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Food Good For Baby With Primary Complex
Nutritionist needed: This question is so broad that I am not sure we can help you here. You did not describe what you mean by 'poor digestive system'. That could be a thousand different things. These type of questions are best answered there in your home town with someone who knows your history and the foods that are easily accessible to you. ...Read more
Garden of life women's formula vitamin code good for a general supplement? Is it in a good synergistic balance? Better to take separately than multi?
No endorsments: Healthtap doctors do not give blanket endorsements of any products. However, the listed ingredients in this one seem reasonable -- and at least it's natural vitamin e. Depending on your sunshine exposure you may need more vit d than supplied here. Also, you may or may not need the extra iron. If you took all this separately, it would be a lot of tablets. http://tinyurl.com/kxmls6y. ...Read more
Which tests can I undergo to give me a good overall idea of my health, as well as check for Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (runs in family)?
Multivitamin but...: I do not recommend ensure- the first ingredient is sugar, followed by corn sugar; it's full of genetically-modified corn, soy ; canola oil ; has dairy from cow given hormones ; antibiotics ; has low doses of vitamins. A good multivit. Is far better- see http://bit.Ly/1b36cq0 for ratings of 101 multivits- choose one in the top 30. This will help but is no substitute for a healthy diet- see comment:. ...Read more
Plant based food: Fish, chicken and lots of fruits and veggies. More highly colored veggiesand fruits are best. ...Read more
Milk: Go to American Dairy Association web site or wikipedia. Not enough room to describe them all here. Guess you are talking about breast milk? or cows? or goat? or camel? or pig? or almond? ...Read more
Suction: I agree with dr. Roberts - lots of suction with saline to loosen the mucus. Some babies with rsv-induced bronchiolitis will wheeze and some will improve with asthma medicines. Your doctor may recommend that. The copious mucus can be really problematic, though, and getting that loose (with saline, with warm baths, or with a humidifier) and get it out may be the most helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is a great multi vitamin for a 38yr old woman with hypothyroidism and no other health problems?
Many good choices: There are many great multivitamins. Being hypothyroid should not affect your choice. For an independent review of 101 brands of multivitamins see http://www.Multivitaminguide.Org/ any of the top 30 are great, though some good choices like ultranutrient by pure encapsulations and only one by new chapter are not included. I also advise taking 5000 iu of vit d in fall & winter months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vegetables are OK: Phenylketonuria is treated with a low phenylalanine diet, which means most proteins are verbotten. But people with pku need expert guidance from a metabolic dietician and biochemical geneticist to do it right. Too much protein restriction can be just as bad. You need to have your phenylalanine blood levels checked regularly. If you are a woman of childbearing age, you have to be even more careful. ...Read more
Better: What would be better would be to have the actual fruits and vegetables that they claim is in there. Think about all the healthy fiber you would be getting and how filling it would be. You probably would take in less calories than in the V8 drink, feel more full - however- if you like V8 - Its perfectly healthy part of a daily diet- its certainly better than fruit juice. ...Read more
?: Could try trans oral liquid vit d it mostly absorbs via the oral mucosa basically bypasses the stomach. ...Read more
Simple choice: The patients with congenital or acquired fructose intolerance need only to avoid foods with this sugar in it. This is the sugar of all fruits and fruit juices. Sometimes a person with the problem can tolerate small amounts that may be contained in other foods without symptoms.Read labels of canned or processed foods to check for fructose content. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1st have evaluations: by a developmental/behavioral pediatrician for genetic & other medical causes & a child neuropsychologist to determine strengths & weaknesses. Educational/ behavioral therapy is needed 25-40 hrs./week. Parent & caretaker training & follow-through is vital. Add social skills group therapy at 6 & >.Find a DBPede, child psychiatrist or neurologist adept at medication doses for kids with ASD & ADHD. ...Read more
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