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DMD RECIPE IDEAS

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A place to post recipes, healthy ideas or food websites that can keep our kids healthy and fed!

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Comment by Jennifer Collier on July 3, 2008 at 11:13am
I think adding the kids pictures throughout the book would be awesome. I just bought my son a t-shirt from Wal-Mart that says "I Want Muscles" in big white letters. I thought it was so cute and describes the way it is!! Maybe he could wear that in the pic!!
Comment by Amanda Rudd on July 3, 2008 at 9:08am
I would love to help. My son was just diagnosedthis month and I am having a hard time trying to find things that he can eat. He eats fresh fruit, but I bought frozen veggies just to find out that they have 400 mg of sodium. So I just pitches them. Also I though low fat turkey would be good, but I am running into the same problem with sodium. Any ideas would be great. I am also willing to help out with a cookbook any way that I can.
Comment by Tanya Fleming on July 2, 2008 at 12:49pm
Hey we could make up a cookbook and sell it and send the profits to PPMD. Put all our kids pics throughout it. Put a face with their favoirte recipe. What do you all think????????
Comment by Jennifer Collier on July 2, 2008 at 12:02pm
A cookbook is a great idea! I would love to help!
Comment by Jill Keenan on July 1, 2008 at 11:32pm
Great idea, Jules! Any ideas on how to get started? This fundraising stuff is all new to me, so I am not a great source but will help however I can!
Comment by Julie Gilmore on July 1, 2008 at 10:11pm
Ok, just thought I would throw this one out there.....

How many of us are looking for an easy way to raise money to further the efforts of PPMD?

Why don't we do a cookbook? I am certain we can get a couple of nutritionists on board to check the validity of the recipes, I know I have about 30 personal favourites of Mitchells that are low salt, low fat, low sugar.

We could make the book available originally as an E-book and then go to hard copy..... the benefit is that we could not only market it to DMD families, but all families that want healthy solutions for their children....

Just a thought, let me know what you think,

Jules
Comment by Jennifer Collier on June 30, 2008 at 4:21pm
I need all the help I can get in the recipe department. I too will probably steal more recipes then I give for now. I can cook, but I am stuck in a rut of the same thing all of the time! I would love some new, healthy ideas for snacks and meals. I have noticed lately that my four year old little girl is starting to get a belly. I don't want to get her in the habit of eating things that are unhealthy.
Comment by Lee Ann Faeth on June 28, 2008 at 6:46pm
I also love this topic because even before DMD, I was very health concious about my little guy's diet. He will be starting deflazacort in the next week or two and what I'm interested in even more than low fat/low sugar recipes is low salt recipes. I already buy low sodium peanut butter, ketchup and marinades and don't cook with salt or add it to our meals, but if you have any other low sodium, kid friendly ideas I would love to hear them.
Comment by Misty VanderWeele on June 28, 2008 at 2:44pm
I have tons to share about this topic. Can't at the moment but stay tuned. : )
Comment by Tanya Fleming on June 28, 2008 at 2:12pm
I give my boys a Ambrotose, (in the power form) I mix it in the ketcup and ranch dressing, I put it in Mashed potatoes, mix in their food all the time and they don't even know they are getting it. It is a Glyconutitional Dietary supplement for immune support. It has had a good effect on Justins' behavior he used to be so angry now he isn't. We need to supplement because foods today are not grown like they used to be.
 

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