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Re: Rotation Diet

Jill ·
Thank you! I'll definitely be thinking a lot about this! I will let you know what I come up with (between daycare and home) and how it works! Thanks again!
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music_rxmama ·
I love this topic! This is what we do with half of Bridget's safe list! Haha. Anyways, I usually can hammer out when we are trialing a food if it can go into the "eating almost everyday" category or into the "eating a couple times a week" category. If in a trial we see symptoms that look like a minor fail but do not worsen, I try to reduce and eliminate the symptoms by offering the food less frequently and in smaller amounts. If the symptoms can go away by changing these aspects and she...
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Re: Rotation Diet

Jill ·
Anyone?? Anyone? LOL
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Re: Rotation Diet

RadN4 ·
Ok, so I don't have any real advise here. I have noticed the same thing with Carter. Too much of a good thing really isn't a good thing. I have no sure fire system in place. I tend to play it by diaper. If the food starts to come through, we stop it for a while. Carter also puts himself on his own roation. He'll be chowing down on one food for several weeks and then refuse it. I would think a 3 week rotation would be good. Similar to the amount of time we give for a food to be called a pass.
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Rotation Diet

Jill ·
I am looking for some advice on rotation diets.  I need to start this with Brynn as she appears to 'overdose' if she has the same food too often.  How do you set the rotation up? How many days between do we wait before it's ok to give...
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Siblings with FPIES

FPIESinMI ·
We have two children who had FPIES reactions to the same food (oats). We really restricted the diet of our second the brace/screen for FPIES so I think he could have reacted to lots more but we didn’t introduce as much. We are now expecting our third baby in May and I’m worried about starting this food journey all over again. Do other families with multiple children have FPIES with each child? were their triggers the same?
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Re: Siblings with FPIES

Franny ·
I have three and only one is FPIES stricken. When you say "Oats" do you mean straight Oats or pre-concocted oatmeal products? I use to firmly believe mine had a milk / lactose intolerance and have inevitably , after rediculous home testing, found that the real culprit with "milk" is either the additives or packaging. I also ran into a reaction with something containing none of her know triggers and was only left to wonder if it was the package coating or "mixed tocopherols". I thought she...
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Re: Siblings with FPIES

FPIESinMI ·
Hi there! Thanks for your response! Ours both reacted to baby oatmeal after multiple exposures when mixed with breast milk. We cut them completely from my diet (breastfeeding) and noticed a huge different in their overall gas/discomfort and stooling. Our eldest outgrew it by 20 months (accidents exposure - a yogurt product we had aways purchased added oat cereal to it, didn’t change the label much (a tiny picture of a few oats in the corner) and I didn’t notice until she had eaten all of it.
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