When your bub was established on solids did their protein intolerance resolve? Did they continue on Neocate as toddlers?
DD is almost 5 months and I'll probably start her on solids very slowly at about 6 months. I just want her to catch up some more with her weight on the Neocate first. We probably won't challenge the intolerance until she's about 1 (as per advice from her paed) but just wondering if others have babies who grew out of the problem.
I really want her to be able to enjoy an unrestricted diet as a kid.
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27-12-2011 23:54 #1
Neocate/protein intolerances - did your bub grow out of it?
28-12-2011 07:07 #2Senior Member
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My ds is the same and I am funding it really restricting with his solids. Everything contains milk it seems. My specialist told me to slowly introduce dairy after the age of 2.
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28-12-2011 08:38 #3
DD is 28 months and still hasn't out grown it. We only just stopped giving her neocate a month ago.
28-12-2011 08:41 #4
Ds couldn't tolerate ANY dairy til after 1 ... He's now nearly two and tolerates most stuff except full cream milk - he still screams for hours after having it, and there's some random other things he can't have ...
I did ALOT of baking/cooking when before he was 1... I had to read every.single.label when u did the groceries ... It's a pain but it's sooooo much better than the screaming ...
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28-12-2011 08:41 #5
28-12-2011 08:42 #6
I will add too. I've never found it hard at all. We have actually become vegans so as DD can eat anything we eat. I make everything. I have many recipes. You can replace eggs with flaxseed and milk with rice, soy, brand or almond milk. You can buy lots and lots of dairy free things. Even Oreos and some Pringles are vegan. I never gave DD any processed foods till well after 18 months (I made everything)
You can buy rusks too.
28-12-2011 08:43 #7
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28-12-2011 08:48 #8
I don't mind the idea of cooking etc, I just want a happy healthy bub. Glad to hear your DS improved with time, it's encouraging!
28-12-2011 08:48 #9
We give ds rice or oat milk ..
As water lily said its pretty easy to find substitutes now, and once you get used to it it just becomes second nature ...
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28-12-2011 08:51 #10
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