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Pea Protein – On the scene more recently, this may be more palatable than rice protein powders for texture (not gritty or sandy) and for taste (more invisible to lightly sweet). It’s a more complete protein (with lysine and arginine amino acids). Like any plant protein, it has no immune modulators in it as whey does. But for some kids, it may be more digestible than rice protein, and can help get minerals like calcium into bones thanks to its lysine content. It also offers a bit of iron. Down side: Some kids who are soy-sensitive may not tolerate concentrated pea protein very well, as these plants are similar – if your child has loose stools on a pea protein supplement, this can mean an allergy or sensitivity is brewing to soy, pea, or other legumes. Blood test for ELISA IgG can find out.

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Kids at this age need at least 30-35 grams high quality protein daily, when they are growing normally. When they are not, they may need more. I don’t know what to recommend in your case without knowing more history. It’s good to include the variety of proteins that you are. If his weight is dropping but height is staying steady, this indicates his total food intake is probably too low – eg, he needs more calories from dense healthy carbs and varied fats to fuel progress for weight.

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This is a typical scenario for a child with autism who desperately needs nutrition intervention – I’m glad you’ve gotten started. Exactly what protein replacement is best for her is best determined by lab study. You can use an elemental powdered source such as Pure Encapsulations Amino Replete but this should have medical or dietitian oversight. You will see much faster improvement if she replaces whey protein – this is a dairy protein. It isn’t casein, but in my experience, kids like your daughter need the total and strict dairy (and gluten, and soy) avoidance. Please pick up a copy of – it is written for your situation precisely! Save yourself time, money, and mistakes. Also: If she is in pain at night due to a GI condition (also very common with the symptoms you describe) please consider making an appointment with me so this can be professionally evaluated. This is not a behavioral issue, it is a physical pain issue and there are solutions.

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How much is enough? School age kids who are healthy and growing normally need a bit more than half their weight daily, in grams of protein. So, a child weighing 70 pounds needs at least 40-50 grams of high value protein every day, spread through out the day. Growth failure, allergies, frequent illness, inflammatory conditions change protein needs. Getting professional nutrition guidance will assure your child gets the best food for his or her best health and ability potential. Toddlers and infants have different needs; don’t use off the shelf protein supplements for kids under three, unless you have a knowledgeable pediatric nutritionist or specialist guiding you on what’s best.

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Whey Protein Powders – About 20% of the protein in cow’s milk is whey, with 80% is casein. You’ve probably seen those giant tubs of whey on store shelves, with muscles all over the label, to appeal to body builders. Skip those. They usually have other ingredients your child doesn’t need (especially sugar, or minerals and vitamins at excessive potencies). You can buy plain, organic, unsweetened whey protein powder () and mix it with cold or warm foods, or even add it to baking recipes. It blends well in smoothies and adds a pleasant fluffy texture. Whey protein – with its good amino acid profile and immunoglobulins – has strong evidence for helping muscle mass and immune function. Babies and kids who don’t do well with casein may do fine with whey, but not always. Blood tests can discern this, when elimination diets are too cumbersome or time consuming to work through; I use both IgG and IgE testing to whey and casein in my practice.

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Hello! Great article! My son is 10, 5’1″ and about 90lbs. He recently had a palette expander put on and in a few months will be getting braces but I have noticed a significant change in his diet due to the appliance. He has lost about 8 pounds in the past 3 months since it was put on and is incredibly skinny (hip and rib bones are way more visible than they used to be). He is lactose sensitive and has IBS issues. I currently drink a whey based protein shake and would like to get him on something similar to increase his caloric intake. What would you recommend? His daily diet is pretty much soft meats (hamburger or chicken) and mashed veggies (broccoli, potato, green beans or corn) He is not really a fan of pasta or rice. Thanks for your time!