Complex Medical Issues

Feed to Succeed Podcast Season 6, Episode 9: Is it your accent, or your doctor? Things that get in the way of your diagnosis.

Have you ever wondered if your cultural background affects your medical care and diagnoses? Betsy and Jen tackle a difficult subject – cultural biases in healthcare and why not everything can be fixed with a pill. How do you know when your child is one of the

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Tubie Talk

By: Amanda Gordon, RD, LDN, IBCLC and Dan Frazier, RDN-AP, CNSC Parents feel fulfilled when they feed their children healthy foods.  Foods that are fresh, colorful and taste good.  Foods sourced from quality ingredients.  Food that are less processed and contain fiber and other nutrients that make

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When Weight Issues Are Related to Hormonal Imbalances

When Weight Issues Are Related to Hormonal Imbalances – Feed to Succeed Podcast Season 3, Episode 7 On this week’s pediatric nutrition podcast, p\Pediatric endocrinologist, Dr. Stephanie Drobac, discusses the role of hormones and weight/growth in children. How often is the thyroid to blame? What is the

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IBS and the FODMAPS Diet

IBS and the FODMAPS Diet – Feed to Succeed Podcast Season 2, Episode 7 Have you or your child been told you have “IBS”? Or do you or your child have ongoing GI symptoms of upset stomach, diarrhea or constipation, reflux, gas and bloating; but every doctor

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Food Intolerance from Lactose and Beyond

Food Intolerance from Lactose and Beyond – Feed to Succeed Podcast Season 2, Episode 6 Food intolerances is one of Betsy’s favorite nutrition topics and personal areas of expertise. Jen and Betsy explore the difference between a food intolerance and food allergy, as well as how to

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Kids (and adults!) with Gastro-Esophageal Reflux

Kids (and adults!) with Gastro-Esophageal Reflux – Feed to Succeed Podcast Season 2, Episode 4 Betsy and Jen discuss their personal and family experience with reflux, as well as tips for management by diet. What foods and what timing affects symptoms? What makes reflux more tolerable? if

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Giving Back to the Community

Giving back to the community

Muscular dystrophy, a group of genetic diseases that leads to the weakening and loss of muscle mass, is a condition that is close to my heart. It’s something I have worked closely with in my career and seen firsthand its impact it has on its families. That’s

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Early Intervention for Healthy Kids

Key to Early Intervention services (EI) for many children is nutrition therapy. In a typical month, four registered dietitians from Feed to Succeed see over 50 children through EI. Assisting these children under the age of 3 meet nutrition requirements to grow and thrive is crucial to

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