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enilac
Friday, January 12, 2007, 5:17pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My friend's 6 year old girl rubs her eyes every night before bedtime. She tears and rubs badly every  night to the point that she has eye bags due to lack of sleep.

Her mum puts her on the BTD and seems to improve but it is back again after 3 days.

Any advise on NAP supplements ?


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before giving her supplements they should really watch her diet, and incorporate the beneficials and neutrals only.

the allergy book would be more targeted in terms of choosing her food.


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Hi Lola

Yes her mum is trying to do that for past 3 weeks but finds it very challenging trying to comply. Now she hopes to see more result and wonder if her child can take some supplements to expediate ?

Many thanks


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What blood type is the girl? How long has she been on the BTD? How compliant is she?


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She is Type A , I would say 60 to 70% compliant. It's tough to find some snacks for her child and she tried to avoid wheat in her cookies like choosing those that are rice based.

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what does she eat, that would be a good place to start, running to pills to fix problems is not the first best step, 'supplement' abuse and misuse is as common as regular drugs



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A kids love cut up veggies with peanut butter!!!

there s many possible combinations, all she needs to do is follow the lists and think outside the chip, candy box for snacks.

I believe As can also have popcorn........and she could buy rice cakes, and turn those into 'popcorn', too.

fish, turkey, chicken are good sources of protein.

rice pasta is also available......and there s a 'non tomato sauce' in recibase she could prepare.


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Great suggestions, ok I will let her know.

Do you know why she rubs her eyes and only at night ?

Thanks ya.


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The child would be better off without the cookies. In addition to any wheat the cookies may have, any sugar in the cookies is also not the best for someone with allergy/health problems.

I encourage the mother to keep working on better BTD compliance.

You can look at the online Dr. D Allergy Control  Protocols for supplementation suggestions.

I assume that the mother washes her bedding and pillow on a frequent basis to keep the dustmite level as low as possible.


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there could be certain things she is allergic to........even he pillow, perhaps.

they should check on that.

she needs to make sure the childs hands are always clean before she starts rubbing her eyes!

dirty hands can certainly aggravate the situation!


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Yeh place and things she sleeps on ! Ok will try to get that right too.

Thanks


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