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and send in a favorite
picture of  your kids
Earth Day
April 22nd
Outside in Spring
Compounding Pharmacist
Going Casein Free
April 26th
Arbor Day
If you would like to be
involved in helping get
new products accepted,
please contact Cindy by
clicking on
If you feel you need more than the basic
Feingold Program, consider milk as your
first suspect. Casein, which is a milk
protein,  is the dairy ingredient that
causes the biggest problem.  Below is a
list of common sources of milk.
  • Baked goods (made
                 with dairy)
  • Butter
  • Cheese
  • Chocolate drinks
  • Cream
  • Custard
  • Dessert toppings  
               (made with dairy)
  • Ice cream
  • Lactose (milk sugar)
  • Lowfat milks
  • Margarine
  • Milk, milk solids
  • Milk fat
  • Puddings
  • Sodium caseinate
  • Whey (another milk   
  • Yogurt
  • Milk chocolate
How to submit
a product for research
In the spring there are things you should pay
close attention to:

  • What is being sprayed on the lawn?

  • Is your home or neighborhood sprayed     
                 for moths or other pests?

  • Freshly mowed grass.

  • Gardening chemicals, fertilizers.

  • Spring pollen.
You cannot blame
every misbehavior on
food!  Just one incident
in the day is probably
normal childhood
behavior.  However, it
may be a reaction if:
  • The problem behavior lasts a whole day or more

  • A nutritious snack doesn't help

  • You cannot get through to or reason with your child

  • A rest or nap doesn't help
A compounding pharmacist
does what all pharmacists once
did - they create a medicine
individually for each patient.  The
compounding pharmacist may
be able to provide what you
need, without the synthetic
colors and flavors.  Call the
International Academy of
Compounding Pharmacists at
(800) 927-4227 to find the
pharmacist closest to you, or go
to their Referral Service on their
www.iacprx.org .
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Gotta love candy!
Parker playing soccer.
Emma and Jake on their bikes
If you are interested in getting a
new product accepted,  please
follow the directions on the inside
back cover of your Foodlist.