Milk and Egg Free Zone

Milk and Egg Free Zone

This product is also available in NDR Prescribe.

Please note that you must register or log in to purchase this resource.

10 per pack

Price per pack

£19.00

Order Desktop Licence

Select licence below

Price from

£19.00
Item added to order. Click here to view order.
Please select a size from above to proceed.
x
NDR-UK Ref No: 9002
Publication Format: A5 leaflet
Classification: DT  
Pack size: 10
Publication date: 06/05
Last Review: 2017
Next Review: 2020

Information for older children and adults advised to follow a milk and egg free diet.

Classification: DT (Dietitian)

Advice is complex, condition specific and requires a Dietitian with knowledge, skills and experience in the condition.

To support patients to safely undertake a milk and/or egg free diet that meets their individual needs.

The Target Group will:

  • know what and how to choose appropriate foods to meet nutritional and energy requirements for health and to thrive.
  • be able to read food labels to make appropriate food choices.
  • know what the guideline requirements are for calcium (and other nutrients as appropriate), and to meet these through appropriate food/drink choices.
  • know the risk of key nutritional deficiencies (Ca, Fe, fibre etc) and what foods to choose to meet defined targets via helpful suggestions in text.
  • be able to detail suitable food choices via choose/check/avoid lists to provide positive choices/swaps.
  • Ierodiakonau D et al (2016) Timing of Allergenic Food Introduction to the Infant Diet and Risk of Allergic or Autoimmune Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA. 2016 Sep 20;316(11):1181-1192. doi: 10.1001/jama.2016.12623.
  • Muraro A et al (2014) Primary prevention of food allergy in children and adults.  EAACI Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Guidelines
  • Primary prevention of food allergy. Allergy. 69 (8) 1008-25
    Perkin M, Logan K and Lack G (2015) EAT - A randomized controlled trial of early introduction of allergenic foods to induce tolerance in infants www.food.gov.uk/sites/default/files/eat-study-full-report.pdf 
  • Morrison BJ et al (2016) How different are baby-led weaning and conventional complementary feeding? A cross sectional study of infants aged 6-8 months.  BMJ Open 6, 6 (5), www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4861100 (accessed 7/4/17)
  • Cameron SL, Taylor RW and Heath A-L M  (2013) Parent-led or baby-led? Association between complementary feeding practices and health related behaviours in a survey of New Zealand families.  BMJ 9; 3 (12) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24327363 (accessed 7/4/17)
  • Townsend E and Pitchford N J (2012) Baby knows best? The impact of weaning style on food preferences and BMI in early childhood in a case-controlled sample. BMJ 2e000298 http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/2/1/e000298 (accessed 7/4/17)
  • Complementary feeding and baby led weaning.  Institute of health visitors (2015) ihv.org.uk 
How to Avoid Wheat

How to Avoid Wheat

Comprehensive information for adults on following a wheat-free diet due to suspected allergy or intolerance.

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: DT
  • NDR-UK ref: 9134

Price per pack

£20.00
Egg-Free Zone

Egg-Free Zone

Guidance for adults and children advised to follow a diet completely free from egg and egg products.

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: DT
  • NDR-UK ref: 9004

Price per pack

£15.00
Milk-Free Zone - A Resource for Older Children and Adults

Milk-Free Zone - A Resource for Older Children and Adults

Dietary guidance for adults and successfully weaned children with a suspected or proven milk allergy.

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: DT
  • NDR-UK ref: 9000

Price per pack

£15.00
best seller