Posts Tagged pediatric nutrition

Spring Newsletter

Read our Spring Newsletter to stay up to date with what’s happening at Feed to Succeed. Click the link below to gain access to the newsletter. https://conta.cc/3w4VqWd

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National Nutrition Month 2022®

When you think of March, you may think of spring, St. Patrick’s Day, or temperamental midwestern weather, but did you know March is National Nutrition Month®? Each year, nutrition professionals use this month to raise awareness of the importance of nutrition for health. This year, the theme

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Winter Newsletter

Read our Winter Newsletter to stay up to date with what’s happening at Feed to Succeed. Click the link below to gain access to the newsletter. https://conta.cc/3vgNuCl

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Breakfast Ideas For Picky Eaters

Picky eating is common in kids and even teens! In this blog post, Feed to Succeed Registered Dietitians give their input and tips on breakfast ideas for picky eaters! Try Non-Traditional Breakfast Foods  “Truthfully, I feed my picky eater non-traditional breakfast food! She loves pasta with tomato

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What I would do differently now: reflections of one mom’s experience feeding a child with a G-tube and trach.

One of our passions at Feed to Succeed is tubies (tube-fed kiddos). I recently asked one of my long-time, favorite moms to share her insights on what she would have done differently in regard to feeding her tubie if she knew then what she knows now. She

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Post-Infectious IBS | Why Antibiotics and Illness Can Cause IBS

  What causes post-infectious IBS? Why do some people seem to develop IBS after an illness or a course of antibiotics? How come diarrhea and nausea don’t go away even after the infection is gone?   If you want to learn more about the Low FODMAPs diet

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Healthy Foods That Make IBS Worse

  Download our Low FODMAPs Recipe Kit: https://feedtosucceed.com/fodmap-recipes/   Whoever said “ An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away” didn’t have food-sensitive IBS!   For kids and families who struggle with IBS it can be very frustrating when it seems like they are doing everything right

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What is causing toddler’s diarrhea… Is it Lactose Intolerance, or Fructose Malabsorption?

Diarrhea is a common problem for young kids. They get frequent loose, watery stools; without any other symptoms. In fact, there’s a term for this – “Toddler’s Diarrhea”. It even has a diagnostic code for billing!   So, what causes Toddler’s Diarrhea and why is it a

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Food Allergies, or Intolerance?

What’s the difference between a food allergy and a food intolerance? Is your child allergic to dairy or lactose intolerant? Do you have a gluten allergy or is it actually fructan intolerance?    The difference between food allergies and food intolerances is confusing. Parents often make dietary

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Is there a pill for IBS?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRu3CNdF0RI&feature=youtu.be Download our Low FODMAPs Recipe Kit: https://feedtosucceed.com/fodmap-recipes/   Parents and children are surprised and disappointed to learn that when it comes to IBS, there’s just not a pill for that.    Most IBS medications are aimed at managing symptoms. Unfortunately, simply managing symptoms does not eliminate

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