Archives for: March 2005, 08
LOL. Poor kid, he hated those muffins (too much anise flavoring ) and returned home starving to death. I quickly filled him up with wheatless fig newtons (no avoids), mozzerrela cheese, a leftover oat muffin, and chocolate soy milk. My plan was to present him with beef for dinner, but daddy got to him first. I compensated by serving him beef for breakfast and a swedish pancake with raisins and pears. Nobody said Mom was perfect.
Here's the bright side: it's was easy to whip up a batch of pumpkin raisin bread thanks to my Toastmaster bread machine. School should be much better for him today. Meanwhile I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of Dr Dadamo's A Probiotic supplement. My two year old really does better and has fewer stomach cramps thanks to that supplement. Speaking of stomach cramps, I misread a label and bought the wrong kind of cheese. In fact, we have had two incidences with the "right" kind of cheese lately. I used some soft goat cheese as a spread on a rice cracker and later discovered that it must have been a bit on the old side. The first two times we used it, I noticed zero negative reactions for either myself or my son. The third time upset my stomach 30 minutes after dinner and several hours later upset his stomach (or liver or whatever). I have also bought Percorino Romano cheese which is NOT supposed to be made from cow's milk (sheep, I think). Well, the igredients simply said "milk", etc and he was ill later that night. It makes me so mad when companies do not properly label their food.
I once had someone say to me "There is no such thing as a bad food." I should have replied, "Then why does my 2 year old scream in the middle of the night after ingesting cheese?"
Here's the point: We are all individuals. There is no blanket statement that applies to everyone. I still think Dadamo is farther ahead of the game than most professionals out there. Food for thought