Caramel Pear Cake – simple diary, soy and (if necessary) gluten-free cakey goodness!
Dairy Free Custard and Dairy Free Ice-cream easy recipes here!
This page is intended to provide some ideas for family and friends as to how they can support a family caring for a baby or child with reflux. Over time, we’ve collected a few ideas and listed some of them here to give you some practical suggestions. Attached is a letter to families and friends to help explain what’s happening and give ideas on how best to help.
When you stop using a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) a spike in stomach acid production is inevitable. That’s right, inevitable. So your child will very likely be in pain. This does not necessarily mean that the wean has failed. You need to consider pain management for the duration of the wean which could be several weeks. Talk to your doctor about appropriate pain management during this time.
Here’s why: the body will produce a hormone to tell the body to start producing acid again. The acid needs to reach a certain level before the body will realise it can stop and levels will normalise. In the meantime, you need to expect that stomach acid production will be a bit haywire.
1. I believe you.
2. It’s not your fault.
Another great gluten and dairy free option from the kitchen of our erstwhile secretary…
This dairy-free and gluten-free banana bread is a great breakfast treat.
The Annual General Meeting of the Reflux Infants Support Association (RISA) Inc will be held at 8pm EST time on Tuesday, 4th June 2013 by electronic conference, for the purpose of considering the following business: