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Sunday, June 12, 2011, 12:57pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Just a short note for those who have been kind enough to help with Emil's health.

Pretty much all good news at the moment "touching several bits of wood"

I have expanded her diet to include more BT compliant foods that are higher in fodmaps, so she is beig introduced to lots more fruit and veg, slowly but surely. all doing well with little or no reaction.


The only foods we continue to have major problem with when we introduce them, usually at birthday parties are.

Cow MIlk Anything - Emily does fine now without much milk at all, as a precaution we give her goats milk once or twice a week at most.

ham, this get s asimilar skin reaction to milk,so we now just don't allow it.

wheat - Emily reacted ever time she has ANY wheat - so now even at Parties she get little or none. although today she is i believe going to MacDonald's as art of a party - that will be her McDonald's quota for the year!

We still limit the amount of juice Emily gets, not so much that she can't handel it as i personally think kids get too much of the stuff. if she does get any organic, and additive etc free.

she does not react so badly as far as moods are concerned to chicken and beef so both of these are increasingly being added back to her diet.

She still craves sweets and cakes, which is a bit off putting.

I think she is one of the few kids in her class still to have all her own first teeth. actually bar a accident they looks as if they will be there for quite a while yet. she never gets toothaches or anything like that and sails through any dental inspections. although i think the dentist is terrified of me anyway lol.

her weight and height are good, she is still slim but not skinny or anything like that, and her skin is just amazing now, not so much as a blemish on her.

I'm just saving up now to get my own private IGg test done for Emily, to confirm, to some extent what we already know.


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I am ever convinced that she will be Gathere.. menaing a O with sugar likes..

fruit juices are way to sweet for us.  eat fruit whole na drink the vegetables is oldest and best adcvice.  Carrots make any juice tase delish love celery or greens that way..

giving up the sugars.. why could you not give it a try to give her cocoa powder in hot water or some form of 'milk' if you like.  It has just worked wonders for me. for a child I might add it to foods.. more like a spoon of spice rather then sweet.. there is nothing sweet about it.. more like blk coffee yak.. but it works on MY brain to make it settle down and be happy.  

as for wheat.. oh well parties are bad.. but if she could learn that it is not the sugary bread she really thinks is good.. but rather the stuff you put on top.  So there is no problem for me at least to suggest that she can have the jam without bread on a spoon and enjoy it- much like eating nut butters in a spoon.  This feels indulging but if you choose the right kinds it could be a real treat and still be Beneficvial foods all the while she likes her lips.  

I never eat chicken.. I learned somehow early on that it was not good.. still cant get over that believe.. but as Gatherer Turkey is king...

going to bday parties is ok.. just feed her food before she gets there so when she sees the foods she is not hungry and feel deprived.. maybe she will be the kid that eats a bit of a hamburger and leaves the rest behind.. I mean would that not be a good way to waist food?!

or the kid who just eats a few finger likings of the white stuff on the outside of bday cake..    

She is doing soooo much better and will continue to do better. time will heal all.. good work..  


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Kids always crave sugar.  It's energy.  And they need it.  At least that's how I see it.  Before we did IGg tests on my son, we got a RAST blood test done and that was covered by insurance.  It showed us quite a bit.  My son is allergic to many many foods.  We also had a prick test done at some point, which was covered and then the IGg/IGe with inhalants.  

She sounds a lot like my son.  His wasn't mood problems though, well, it wasn't the MAIN problem.  His was horrible, terrible eczema.  


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Emily is really lucky to have parents so clued up on nutrition. Thats great that her skin and digestion problems have cleared up Being on BTD at such a young age, it will really set her up for healthy eating and attitude to food for her whole life and (assuming she keeps it up when shes an adult) she has many years to reap the benefits    
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Sorry Emil-misread the name.
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Wow- sounds like she's doing great!

Parties are always a challenge- kids don't like to feel left out, and so much junk food is always served. I'm glad that my kids are healthy enough so that they CAN have the occasional "avoid meal" at parties, since they eat right the rest of the time.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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I wasn't condoning letting them eat tons of sugar with my post up there.  I just said they always crave it.  My kids are real good too.  We used to just not let them, now that they are doing better, I let them indulge twice a week.  Even in things I don't really want them to.  Albeit small portions.  So, if they're having a party, that's their weekend treat.  I even have my kids, on their own, turning down treats.  Because they know it doesn't make them feel good and they know I don't want them to have too much.  At church, it's usually a junk food fest at every get together and there are kids constantly stuffing themselves and walking around moaning and groaning with stomach aches after running around in the gym once they're done eating.  And everybody seems clueless as to why.  I don't get it.


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