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Feel bad for my 4 yr old daughter :( how can I help her

Friday, May 24, 2013

She got her blood tested the other day her cholesterol level is borderline to reaching high cholesterol i am shocked I know heart disease runs in my family and strokes but my 2 nd baby really how is this even possible she's only four. Maybe if she stops eating carbs that
L help idk I emailed her doc well see what he says. Until then I'm not sure this will leave my mind easily.
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  • v LILORITA
    I am so sorry for your baby, will keep her in my prayers. emoticon
    1127 days ago
  • v 3G1RLS4ME
    All her doc wrote was trim sugar and switch to 2% milk and shell be fine.
    Thanks doc that was really helpful but at least she not overweight :)
    She ate 2 servings of broccoli last night too I've been praying for her and I showed her a clip on how important healthy eating is. It seemed to work I guess she's a visual learner
    1127 days ago
  • v DJ4HEALTH
    I found that since cutting out grains and sugar that my cholesterol has dropped every year even my doctor is jealous of it.
    1127 days ago
  • v PEZMOM1
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    1127 days ago
  • v HDHAWK
    2 of my 3 kids are in the same situation. My daughter tested at 375 at the age of 3. If high cholesterol runs in your family she will need medication when she gets older. For now, feed her a healthy diet and teach her how important being active is as she gets older. Healthy carbs are ok if she isn't overweight.
    1127 days ago
  • v NIKKICOLE83
    I am so sorry to hear this. At 4 years old she has no control or say so over her health. Everything she eats, every activity she does or does not do is either guided by someone else or impressed upon her by example. The best thing you can do for her is be the best example for her. You can control what food comes into your home and you can prepare her meals. I would start there and ask her doctor or perhaps a nutritionist for a low cholesterol diet, menu, and grocery list. I would get out with her and begin doing family activities whether it is just going for a walk or playing ball outside with her. I wish you the best of luck. emoticon
    1127 days ago
  • v FLYINGB16
    I am so sorry to hear this. Checkout some of the recipes on www.happyherbivore.com and www.forksoverknives.com . They are tasty, easy to make and kid friendly and have NO cholesterol. They definitely can't hurt. Good luck!
    1127 days ago
  • v 3G1RLS4ME
    Thank you
    1127 days ago
  • v VERONICAVW_140
    Oh no. I"m so sorry. Poor lil Sugars. I hate to hear when babies are unwell. I don't have any advice for you. But I will keep her in my prayers.
    1127 days ago
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