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My 4-year-old boy experiences frequent tummy pain and fever (38-39 degrees Celsius). What could be the cause? The doctor checked, said it might be some viral infection and suggested probiotics and Colimix.
My girl is 2 years old. She has a well-balanced diet for breakfast, snack, lunch, dinner. How much milk (in ml) does she need? She currently drinks Similac Gain and fresh milk.
How much milk should a 1 year old be drinking a day? She is allergic to dairy and there is limited food for her to take to boost her calcium intake.
Is it ok to give 2 glasses of GROW formula milk for my 6+ years old girl ? Should I continue or stop or switch to normal milk?
My boy who is turning 5 next year is still taking Similac Gain stage 4. When is the best age to stop formula?
My toddler is taking a 100% partially hydrolyzed whey formula but she has loose motion and the color of the stool is green. Why?
My boy is currently on a pediatric oral nutrition supplement. What’s the maximum no. of servings he can take within a day?
My child has refused formula milk since he was born. He is still on breastfeeding but supply is running low. He is now 13 months - having mixture of small amount of breast milk and porridge blended with fish/meat/beef/vegetable for his daily meals. Is it OK for him?
I have just been recently diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM). Is T2DM reversible? How do I stay in better control of my glucose levels?
Is there a recommended diet for people with T2DM? Do I need to stop taking carbohydrates or sugary food?
I am overweight and have T2DM. How can losing weight help me better manage my condition? Would a diabetes specific formula like Glucerna help me with losing weight?
I noticed that the adult Ensure formula contains casein, which I was given to understand that is bad for our health. Please could you comment on this statement to clear my doubts as I am one of the many consumers of Ensure products.
This is with regards to Ensure milk for adults. Understood it is to be refrigerated but however, can we warm it up & drink it instead?
Which Oral Nutrition Supplement is better for the elderly: 1 kcal/ml or 1.5 kcal/ml Oral Nutrition Supplement? Will Oral Nutrition Supplements cause constipation?
Can a healthy human drink ProSure to gain weight or weight management?