Dietary counseling improves nutrition in children with food allergies

06/16/2014 | Reuters

Children with food allergies whose parents met with a dietitian had substantial improvements in total calorie intake six months after receiving counseling, a small Italian study showed. Dietary counseling was also associated with increased levels of fiber, iron, protein, zinc, carbohydrate and calcium. The findings appear in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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