Katie Ballue-Dommel Posted October 13, 2012 Share Posted October 13, 2012 Hello. My husband and I just started the Whole30 program this week, and I am totally confused on what to do with our kids. My almost 3 year old is acclimating well. She is loving soup, squash, roasts, broccoli, etc. But she also loves her cottage cheese and milk and cheese and so on. My 19 month old loves to eat food, and I'm not too worried about his nutrition there. But he can't have soy or dairy, and so since about 13 months he has been on almond milk or, more recently, coconut milk. My main concern was calcium and vitamin D, and I made sure he ate lots of black beans and other things like almond or coconut yogurt and fake cheese. The past few months, he has been having a lot of mucus in stools (even my daughter has) (and sorry...TMI) and this and our own issues are what has brought us to Whole30. Now that we are learning more and more, I am just wondering what on earth I am supposed to feed them to help them get their nutrition, and yet help them be healthy and not want processed food or sweets and not have GI issues. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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