Feeding my child with food allergy

Feeding my child with food allergy

Managing life with cow’s milk and/or egg allergy, or less common allergic conditions such as FPIES and/or EoE can be difficult. A&AA’s Feeding your child with food allergy Webinar Series has been developed with the support of four experienced, dedicated allergy dietitians. The dietitians will help with understanding of these conditions and will share everyday management tips.

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These webinars have been great, our Resident Medical Officers, registrars and trainees have been watching them and lots of patients have seen them by the time they come to see me - so thanks for putting them together!
Ingrid Roche, Dietitian

How can I teach my child to eat well?

How can I teach my child to eat well
Dr Merryn Netting – Advanced Accredited Pracitising Dietitian – talked about ways to help babies and children learn to eat well. Merryn covers: tantrum free family mealtimes hints and tips for getting your kids to eat well managing family mealtimes with food allergies feeding issues There are also 20 viewer questions answered that may assist you with...

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Cow’s milk protein allergy! - part 1

Cow’s milk protein allergy – part 1
Ingrid Roche – Accredited Pracitising Dietitian Rapid onset (IgE mediated) cow’s milk allergy, how to manage it and get enough nutrition  Cow’s milk allergy is one of the more difficult to manage food allergies in children. There are many different types of allergic conditions caused by cow’s milk protein, as such, the cow’s milk protein allergy has two...

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Cow’s milk protein allergy! - part 2

Cow’s milk protein allergy – part 2
 Ingrid Roche – Accredited Pracitising Dietitian Gastrointestinal (non IgE mediated) cow’s milk allergy – what is it and how to manage it Cow’s milk allergy is one of the more difficult to manage food allergies in children. There are many different types of allergic conditions caused by cow’s milk protein. The second part of this two-part presentation...

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Managing Egg Allergy 2020

Managing Egg Allergy
 Dr Merryn Netting – Advanced Accredited Pracitising Dietitian – managing egg allergy as part of our Feeding your child with Food Allergies webinar series. Egg allergy is one of the most common food allergies in childhood, affecting about 8 percent of infants aged 12 months. 80 percent of these infants are likely to outgrow their egg allergy within the first...

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Understanding FPIES

Managing Egg Allergy
Kathy Beck – Accredited Practicing Dietitian – Understanding FPIES as part of our Feeding your child with Food Allergies webinar series. Have you heard of FPIES, or Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome? Kathy Beck discusses FPIES as part of our Feeding your Child with Food Allergies webinar series. FPIES is an allergic condition which is generally first...

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Managing Eosinophilic Oesophagitis (EoE)

Managing Eosinophilic Oesophagitis (EoE)
Dr Vicki McWilliam – Advanced Accredited Practicing Dietitian and researcher – Managing Eosinophilic Oesophagitis (EoE) as part of our Feeding my child with food allergy webinar series. Have you heard of EoE or Eosinophilic Oesophagitis? Join Vicki as she discusses EoE as part of our webinar series. Eosinophilic Oesophagitis (EoE) is an allergic condition affecting...

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