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YouTube video by Coeliac UK explaining how to read food labels for those with Coeliac disease.

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A resource by EMEESY Children’s Kidney Network about potassium in your diet.

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A resource by EMEESY Children’s Kidney Network about phosphate in your diet.

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A resource by EMEESY Children’s Kidney Network about eating less salt.

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A  Crohn’s and Colitis UK resource about inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and food.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about milk allergy.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about salt.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about vitamin D.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about calcium.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about iron deficiency.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about healthy eating for children.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about iodine.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and diet.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about folic acid and what it does.

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A resource by the Association of UK Dietitians about coeliac disease and gluten-free diet.

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A cow’s milk and soya free diet involves the complete avoidance of cow’s milk and soya milk. This will be necessary if your child has, or is suspected to have, a cow’s milk and soya intolerance or allergy. Infant formula derived from goat’s milk is not suitable for infants under 12 months of...

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The majority of weaning foods are low fat and can be used without restriction such as: All fruit and vegetables (avoid frying or adding oil or butter) apart from avocado and chipped potatoes Baby rice made with special feed or water Commercial baby foods allowed in normal amounts: Wet baby foods...

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Minimal long chain fat diet Your child has been started on a minimal long chain fat (LCT) diet. The majority of dietary fats found in the foods we eat are long chain fats and should therefore be restricted in the diet. It is advised to check the nutritional label of manufactured food and use...

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Amounts of fat per portion and per 100g for controlled fat intake Patient Name: Date: Aim to give g fat daily using the following portion guide. Encourage MCT fat Continue fat-soluble vitamin supplements and EFAs as required  Meat and meat substitutes Food Portion Fat per portion Fat per 100g...

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Meals, snacks and drinks should all be recorded. Please make sure it includes what your child usually eats. For example, by including at least 1 week day and 1 day at the weekend. Please give as much detail as you can regarding the type of food eaten, including any ingredients if the dish is...

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Meals, snacks and drinks should all be recorded. Please make sure it includes what your child usually eats. For example, by including at least 1 week day and 1 day at the weekend. Please give as much detail as you can regarding the type of food eaten, including any ingredients if the dish is...

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Carbohydrate counting You will be shown how to recognise the carbohydrates you are eating and how to adjust your insulin dose for them. This will allow you to have more control over blood glucose levels. What are carbohydrates? There are many factors that affect your blood glucose such as food,...

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What is food fortification? Food fortification is when you add more energy from calories and protein to foods. This can help you to gain weight without having to eat lots more. This information shows you ways to fortify foods and drinks. High calorie foods to try Avocado What can I add it to? On:...

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Why do we challenge children to baked egg? Egg allergy is a reaction to one or more proteins found in eggs, usually in the white of the egg. Some children with an egg allergy are able to eat baked egg, for example in cookies or cake. This is because heating the egg proteins to a… Continue...

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