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Re: [CEREBRAL PALSY CLUB] Re: High Calorie Helplist

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  • Mary Fox
    I am almost finished compiling the list....thanks for all of your suggestions. I think I ll also send this to a feeding site and give everyone the final list
    Message 1 of 10 , Oct 7, 2005
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      I am almost finished compiling the list....thanks for all of your
      suggestions. I think I'll also send this to a feeding site and give
      everyone the final list next week. I've been given some new ideas, so
      hopefully this will help others, too!

      -Mary

      sweet_fragrance4 wrote:
      > Hi i am new to this site as of today but i wanted to say how about a
      > milk shake such as pediasure or something of that nature .. my son
      > has been on pediasure all of his life and he is doing very well , He
      > is is now 12 years old and weights 90 lbs or more it has all the
      > colories they need and vitamins as well , i know there are other
      > brand names as well but here in Canada its pediasure and nutren ..
      > nice to be here .. GBY Linda from Canada--- In
      > cerebralpalsyclub@yahoogroups.com, Mary Fox <mary.fox@d...> wrote:
      > >
      > > My problem is "sampling" all the high-calorie foods I give Phillip.
      > > Today I made him scrambled eggs with whipping cream and cheese,
      > cooked
      > > in a t. of butter. It was yummy but sooooo rich (I only had a small
      > > bite). I am trying to make sure he does get vegetables, at least...
      > >
      > > -Mary
      > >
      > > staci woods wrote:
      > > > Hi Mary,
      > > > Well I heard some one else chime in about feeding butter. I just
      > want to
      > > > say I heard that before my sisters friend was perscribed butter
      > because
      > > > she was underweith as a toddler. ALl the things castle listed
      > sound
      > > > good. I should be an expert on high calorie foods because I eat a
      > lot of
      > > > them. You wanted stuff low in sugar....hmmmm. Pudding sugar
      > free. This
      > > > is hard.
      > > > Staci
      > > >
      > > > Mary Fox <mary.fox@d...> wrote:
      > > > Well...at this point any high-calorie suggestions will help.
      > He's below
      > > > the 3rd percentile, but has just started expressing an interest in
      > > > feeding himself.... I am wondering what other parents have found
      > helpful...
      > > >
      > > > -Mary
      > > >
      > > > Castle wrote:
      > > > > High calorie yet low in fat and sugar??? Hmmm I do not know of
      > > > > anything like that...typically when things are lower in fat ans
      > > > > sugar they are naturally going to be lower in calories...If I
      > come
      > > > > across something I will let you know!
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