Friday, May 27th, 2011
Although breastfeeding is the best way to help reduce your baby’s risk of developing allergies, if you are not nursing exclusively and have a family history of allergies, Gerber’s Good Start Formulas may help reduce an infant’s risk of eczema, the FDA has concluded. Published studies like this one support this link. Good Start Protect and Good Start Gentle are made from 100% whey protein that has been partially hydrolyzed—which means that it has been broken down into smaller pieces that may be easier for an infant to digest. The formulas are made from milk, so any baby who has already been diagnosed with a milk allergy or has symptoms of a possible milk allergy should not drink it.
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Thursday, July 15th, 2010
I know that the serving suggestion for my cereal is 3/4 cup, but functioning in the morning is hard enough without adding measuring cups into the routine. So, like most people, I pour into my bowl what looks like a good portion size and go to town. The catch? After a quick test, it turns out I’m spooning up a lot more than the recommended amount. If this sounds familiar and you think your family could do with some portion policing, consider investing in The Measure Up Bowls. This smart solution lets you know how much you’re really consuming with increments from 1/4 cup to 2 cups on the interior of the bowl. It’s perfect whether you’re trying to drop a few pounds or you want to make sure your kid isn’t ODing on the icecream. Don’t want to replace your dinnerwear set? Just eat off of the smaller plates; research shows people tend to dish out more when they eat from super-sized platters.
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