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  1. Hello,

    My son has had some very severe reactions to oatmeal. I have taken him to the doctor and they have told me it is not possible to have an allergy to oatmeal, to take him home and it is just the stomach flu. I am at my wits end. And I do not how or where to go for help. Can you give me any suggestions? I am scared that one day he will accidently get some oatmeal and it will kill him. You may think that is a bit drastic, but on his one reaction to oatmeal he had blood in his stool. And the pain the poor little guy goes through. And he can not even use any lotion with oats in it. I try to feed him healthy foods, but it is very hard because anything “healthy” contains oats. I don’t know what to do. His eating habbits have decreased. And I am worried it is because of the affects oatmeal has had on his system. I don’t remember the last time he has had a solid stool. PLEASE HELP!!

    • It is entirely possible to have allergic reactions to oatmeal. There are supplements that you can give him to strengthen his immune and digestive systems and there are many foods that he can eat that do not contain oats. I am not sure where you are located but if you are near Newmarket, I could give you a tour of the health food store there, if that would interest you. I also know of someone that could help him overcome this allergy at a faster pace than the methods I employ. Please email me at meredith@theresourcefulmother.com to discuss further.

      Meredith

  2. Hello,
    I am a mother of three sons. My middle son (10) has had many symptoms that I believe are food related. Anxiety, frequent headaches, really bad breath, and bouts of diarrhea. He displays odd behavour at times and is not very tolerant of his sibblings. He seems addicted to charbohydrates. He loves crackers, peanutbutter and any thing sweet.
    I would love to know what your thoughts are regarding him. It seems like such a difficult thing to tackle. I could use some good advice.
    Also, I would love a recipe for infant formula.
    Thank you,
    Kelli

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  5. My 4 week old has been on rice milk recipe for 4 days. I used pea protein instead of rice protein and coconut oil instead of flax oil. He is still having tummy ache. Do you think my changes are contributing to his pain? Desperate!!!

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  14. Hello,
    I wanted to share with you and your readers my important book about children’s nutrition, “how I know I’m a bean!” available on amazon.com.
    The book introduces children to 16 different fruits and vegetables and their outstanding nutritional quality, touching on each of the 16 major vitamins and minerals and other beneficial assets, with representative illustrations of these foods in our diets.
    eat well!
    Your friend,
    Justin Palmer
    palmerjd@aol.com

    • Your book sounds great, Justin! Do you have a website that parents and I could look at? I put excerpts of my books on my website; have you done this as well?

      Meredith

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