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Bread and no avocado?! Wtf... user banned
3rd Mar '13

If your child was heavier than other kids their age, and a nutritionist told you to feed them bread every meal and avoid avocado... how would you respond? The nutritionist's reason being "bread will fill her stomach up, so she's not hungry. Avocado is just fat and won't do her any good."

Bawse Litchfield, NY, United States 70684 posts
3rd Mar '13

I'd probably find a new nutritionist to speak to

[Doe Eyed Dirty Lurker] ; 18 kids; noneya, TN, United States 3245 posts
3rd Mar '13

That sounds....off, lol.

Little Vine Japan 422 posts
3rd Mar '13

Either there's more to the story or that person is an idiot, lol. Is this really a registered dietitian?

~.:*DKLL*:.~ Minnesota 5764 posts
3rd Mar '13

I would immediately find a new nutritionist considering avocado is full of healthy fats and are good for you in moderation. Hopefully they at least suggested 100% whole wheat bread!?

Boobo&bugs 2 kids; Simpsonville, South Carolina 7686 posts
status 3rd Mar '13

If be finding a new nurtrisionist ASAP. That is te complete reverse of what our nutritionist told us. She said eat bread sparingly. I asked about avocados because we love them. She said they're a super food and full of good fats. I would never give up avocado!

[JadeLee] 1 child; Minnesota 12190 posts
3rd Mar '13

Unless they are feeding their kid avocado at every meal I don't see how that would be a big deal.



But bread calories are generally more empty than avocado.

Princess Celestia +1 1 child; Tallahassee, Florida 3636 posts
3rd Mar '13

Uhhhh :?



I think you should look for another one.

user banned 1 child; :), :), United States 5380 posts
3rd Mar '13

Yeah, a nutritionist at a children's hospital. She did recommend whole wheat, which I'd be more comfortable feeding the baby than white obviously. Baby eats avocado once in awhile. I'd be fine giving her a little bit of whole wheat bread sometimes, but a slice at every meal strikes me as too much.

ILOVEWINE Due April 24; 2 kids; Sweden 10814 posts
3rd Mar '13

Uhh I would find a better nutritionist. I would just feed my kids balanced meals and include fiber and protein to keep them full.

Bawse Litchfield, NY, United States 70684 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mom-moo:</b>" Yeah, a nutritionist at a children's hospital. She did recommend whole wheat, which I'd be more comfortable ... [snip!] ... awhile. I'd be fine giving her a little bit of whole wheat bread sometimes, but a slice at every meal strikes me as too much."</blockquote>




She's telling you to feed a 9 month old bread at every meal? :?

Mommy2Kay Due April 20; 1 child; Florida 4235 posts
3rd Mar '13
Quoting Baboon-Loon:" I'd probably find a new nutritionist to speak to"


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Feeding the child fiber will fill them up, not just bread! That's ridiculous. Feeding a kid white bread is like giving them candy.

user banned 1 child; :), :), United States 5380 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Baboon-Loon:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mom-moo:</b>" Yeah, a nutritionist at a children's hospital. ... [snip!] ... at every meal strikes me as too much."</blockquote> She's telling you to feed a 9 month old bread at every meal? :?"</blockquote>



Yeah. Also 1/2 cup of yogurt or an ounce of cheese a day. I told her that I'm not comfortable giving her dairy products until a year old, she said that if it was her baby that she would definitely give it to her. :(

Kimber's Mommy 1 child; South Carolina 4272 posts
3rd Mar '13

that doesn't sound right at all. lol.

Bawse Litchfield, NY, United States 70684 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mom-moo:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Baboon-Loon:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mom-moo:</b>" ... [snip!] ... giving her dairy products until a year old, she said that if it was her baby that she would definitely give it to her. :("</blockquote>




I'd give yogurt, my girls loved the yo baby and baby gerber yogurts...but this "nutritionist' sounds like a loon