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    Really-
    Unless you have some advice on how to help poor baby that is having bms so difficult she's has bleeding, GO START ANOTHER THREAD!

    Do you think the dad has the time to waste reading you people rehash this that has NOTHING TO DO WITH HIS QUESTION.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayla2010 View Post
    so what % of carbs would you suggest a diabetic eats then?
    I'll PM you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayla2010 View Post
    I already apologised.
    Threads always get derailed. Its just what happens. It happens when people have conversations in person too.
    But yes I will start a new thread, as I am curious how other diabetics manage.
    It got derailed because three separate people felt the need to attack me when i was asking a legitimate question.

    Ayla, you know whats good for health and fat loss? Getting off the computer once in awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach View Post
    It got derailed because three separate people felt the need to attack me when i was asking a legitimate question.

    Ayla, you know whats good for health and fat loss? Getting off the computer once in awhile.
    I am not on here all day without moving. Thanks very much.
    I move plenty, I have a 2.5 year old to run after and a house to manage. I do some stuff, and then come back to here.
    And btw not that is is your business, but I am standing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicmerl View Post
    Paleo isn't low carb.
    This. Which brings us back to that valid question that was asked: OP, is your baby getting enough and varied carbs from other than vegetables? Perhaps some added fruit is not such a bad suggestion being breast milk is mostly fat, I'd wonder if lack of fat is really the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach View Post
    Are you kidding me?? You got people telling him to feed her straight butter but im ignorant for suggesting some fruit? Fat is not a magic cure all. If the kid is already being fed tons of fat then more fat is not the answer, trying some easily digestible food like rice or fruit could certainly help.
    Well, the OP did ask about how to get more *fat* into his baby, so I just assumed he wanted to know about *fat* rather than fruit or other foods. I just assume that parents are pretty aware of where their children's needs and requirements are, and as such, ask questions in accordance with that understanding, without needing to put forth an entire deep listing of everything the child eats outside of the question.

    Also, it's easier to answer the question asked, rather than assume that the answer is somewhere in an unasked question. Though, that may also be true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoebird View Post
    Well, the OP did ask about how to get more *fat* into his baby, so I just assumed he wanted to know about *fat* rather than fruit or other foods. I just assume that parents are pretty aware of where their children's needs and requirements are, and as such, ask questions in accordance with that understanding, without needing to put forth an entire deep listing of everything the child eats outside of the question.

    Also, it's easier to answer the question asked, rather than assume that the answer is somewhere in an unasked question. Though, that may also be true.
    Thats why they say "you know what they say about assumptions".

    Also i am sure that the OP would appreciate any help that might alleviate his childs issues, its up to him to decide which advice to take. I also not saying that feeding straight butter is necessarily unhealthy, im just saying that i didnt even suggest any fruit and i get attacked but a suggestion like let your kid chew on a stick on butter goes unquestioned around here which seems odd to me.

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    Tribal Rob, - you might want to do your homework on this before you action it but - my wee Grandson (he is now three, but was eighteen months at the time), had a terrible 6 months of constipation. He was breastfed, and eating a very CW diet. He wouldn't defecate for days, and his stools were so hard that they ripped his wee bottom. I suggested all sorts of things to DD but you can lead a horse to water .........
    anyway long story short, she saw a specialist who prescribed an oil. She had to put a tablespoon into his water each day. It did take a few months of this treatment to completely change his bowel motions. I did wonder at the time thou, because it was hurting him, he was trying very hard NOT to go to the toilet, which was creating this impaction in his bowel, which led to the constipation.

    I will try and get hold of DD to find out the name of the oil. IMO I cannot see a shot of oil daily hurting your daughter, but that truely is just my opinion.

    I will get back to you once I have the name
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    okay that was quick - DD has replied
    He was given liquid Parafin 100%. Between 5ml (1teaspoon) and 15ml (1 tablespoon) daily. this was added to a cup of water.

    However please take note of the following infomation about liquid parafin..................

    Medicinal liquid paraffin is a very highly refined mineral oil used in cosmetics and for medical purposes. This is a UK definition (British Pharmacopoeia) and the term may have different uses in other countries. The cosmetic or medicinal liquid paraffin should not be confused with the paraffin (or kerosene) used as a fuel.

    anyway good luck Rob

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    Mine encountered trouble at this age, she's document (an old classmate, a little crunchy family practice document, very excited when I told him, we just give her a feed us what to eat, rather than mushrooms) Recommended diluted apple juice, the best all-natural kind of cloudy. Worked like a charm.

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