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5/7/14 8:52 A

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Mash half a banana and spread on bread with peanut butter. I also sprinkle a few sunflower seed for a nice crunch.

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5/6/14 3:43 P

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sometimes allergies can cause those things you described, along with inflammation, asthma, doctor needs to check further, esp if current program not changing anything..good luck

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5/6/14 1:23 A

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Before suggesting any foods, has he ever been tested for food allergies? My son used to projectile vomit and it was because of allergies, to not only what HE consumed, but what *I* consumed, too. (I breast fed him for 2 1/2 years because of his allergies.)

I would be inclined to ask your Dr for a referral to an allergist and get skin-prick tests done as well as bloods.


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5/6/14 1:07 A

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My son is 5 almost 6 and has been throwing up small bits since he was born. He has had 2 GI Scopes done (one the other day) and so far all they know is there is a lot of inflammation. The doctor has put him on a no acid diet and prevacid, as well as some night time medicine. He gave us a small piece of paper that said to avoid chocolate, mint, citrus fruits, soda, and pepper. We have had him on this diet for 3 weeks now and nothing has changed. I know there are a lot more foods you should avoid than what is on his list, but my son is a bit of a picky eater and I'm having a hard time finding things to go in his lunch for school. Currently I have been doing Peanut Butter and grape jelly sandwiches, or turkey sandwiches with pediasure, and a low fat blueberry yogurt. Sometimes a cookie as well. He eats fruit bars for breakfast most of the time. (grape or banana) I'm looking for other ideas to put in his lunch. I hate to have him eat the same things over and over again. I honestly am not sure this diet is doing any good at all to be honest, I'm not sure acid is his problem. However I am out of options as to trying to figure it out. We have seen 3 doctors so far with no luck as to why. Any help would be great!

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