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My child is on a g tube she takes 5 cans of formula a day? How does she still have Crohns and colitis?
Buying a crock pot!
I’ve had a food intolerance test and have so many food sensitivities. I can’t have rice or egg and only certain meat, vegetables, or fruit. If I were eating even common easily digested foods, it might still contribute to leaky gut. i guess it depends how bad it is. If I eat apple or honey, my stomach immediately swells up. Just thought I should say. Each person’s permitted foods would probably be different, according to their food sensitivities.
Can we give collegan to toddlers