pooping. :/ This seems to happen frequently but i have tried in every meal to push some kind of fiber food to keep him regular. Most mornings he won't hardly eat anything for breakfast but i have found he will eat a granola bar. Is this okay to let him eat in the morning? I give him the oats and honey kind. My son his 2. If you have anything other than granola bar for breakfast idea please let me know. he doesn't like fresh fruit much and wont hardly eat much cereal. Eggs are a no go with him and oatmeal has a texture that he doesn't like :/Answer Question
Answer by Lyndsey250 at 11:10 AM on Jan. 29, 2011
It can mean he is not having enough liquid. It can cause problem with pooping. I wasn1t really sure how did you manage to start with problems with pooping and ended up with cereal bars. But yeah...
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Answer by dancer at 11:21 AM on Jan. 29, 2011
Granola bars have a lot of sugar. If they are helping to keep him regular, that I don't see a big problem with it - especially if his diet balances out over the rest of the day. There are better things you could be doing. Apple juice has pectin which can help some peolpe go but can also slow them down. Prune juice can help. Dairy (milk, yogurt, ice cream cheese, etc.) is constipating so don't offer more than 4 servings per day. DD has had problems for years with this. She's even gotten blocked up (encopresis). We give her Miralax and Benefiber on the advice of her GI doctor. Fluids will help to keep things soft and flowing. Go for 24 - 30 ounces per day and keep in mind that milk has a lot of solids, so 8 ounces count as 6 ounces of fluid.
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