Tag Archives: Nuts

Ask the Expert – Managing Food Allergies

Kristi Winkels, RD Education: B.S. University of Minnesota Twin Cities Founder, Eating With Food Allergies.com Specialty: Food allergies and intolerance Twitter: @KristiWinkelsRD Facebook: Kristi Winkels Website: Eating with Food Allergies LinkedIn Profile Contact via http://www.eatingwithfoodallergies.com/contact.html Question: We know that my son has major food allergies which include nuts. How do you decide which one to ignore? Answer:
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Simple Recipes – Healthy Nut Mix

Registered Dietitian Susan Dopart sent me this recipe from her recent book A Recipe for Life by the Doctor’s Dietitian. A great way for children to enjoy vegetables. Servings – 10 1/4 cups Prep Time – 10 minutes Cooking Time – 10 – 15  minutes Ingredients ¼ cup raw steel cut oats ½ cup raw
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5 Sources of Vegetarian Protein

Proteins are important building blocks for a growing child. They are required for growth, maintenance and repair of body tissues. Different kinds of specialized proteins also perform many important functions like carrying oxygen in our cells and fighting infections. In a recent Ask the Expert column, dietitian Emma Stirling wrote about protein power and offered
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