Accommodating children with special dietary needs

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Other common allergens include wheat products, peanuts, tree nuts, and eggs.Some young children also have trouble digesting high-fiber foods.

This MB contains updated information regarding the definition of a recognized medical professional.When a child with a food allergy ingests that food, he may have an allergic reaction. This MB provides clarification to child nutrition program (CNP) sponsors on the process, requirements, options, and resources for accommodating children, with and without disabilities, who have special dietary needs.Applying for your room If you have a long term physical condition (e.g.Crohn’s disease, CFS, eating disorders), or disability (e.g.

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