EATING/feeding problems

Bedridden or other invalids may have problems eating food. 
Depending on the problem, the following may help.

 
Coconut water - http://www.onedrinks.com/pdf/ONE-Letter-to-healthcare-professionals.pdf  Raw unprocessed organic is best. "Coconut water is extracted from young green coconuts at approximately 7 months, before the liquid hardens and forms the white fleshy part of the coconut. The fleshy part is where the fat and calories reside, and because this part hasn’t yet developed, coconut water has no fat or cholesterol. The chemical composition of coconut water is similar to human plasma. In fact, coconut water was used as an emergency IV solution during World War II and the Vietnam War...Coconut water contains all 5 of the essential electrolytes (calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium and sodium) needed for effective rehydration.  Coconut water is especially rich in potassium – it has 14 times the amount of potassium as most sports and energy drinks.  Coconut water contains lauric acid, which is present in human breast milk.  The taste of coconut water is light and naturally sweet." 2012
 
Honey93%, propolis2% & pomegranate5% bottled in Brazil - http://www.nectarfloral.com.br/ + http://www.floralnectar.com/
 
100% raw royal jelly from honey bees gives complete protein plus energy.  For those with Alzheimer's a teaspoon with each meal may be helpful.  Add bottled product to yogurt, custard, pudding, etc.  Refrigerate.  Bee Royal Jelly has organic acetyl-choline which is imperative for brain cognition.  www.beealive.com
 
(UMP) uridine-5'-mono-phosphate is a phosphatide building block of RNA-DNA that is critical to optimal brain function and the health of neuronal cell membranes.  It is naturally found in the milk of nursing mothers.  It appears to be essential (1) for the growth and development of infant brains, and (2) for healthy cognitive function in aging adults. 
(UMP) uridine-5'-mono-phosphate (disodium) can be purchased as a supplement for adult use.  2/2007  www.lef.org 
Breast milk can also be purchased from a maternity hospital ward, but sometimes there may be antibody issues.
 

Breastfeeding Problems

 
La Leche League International, Schamburg, Illinois, USA   1-847-519-9585   (check phone book for local leagues)
International organization to help moms breast feed.  Excellent resource.
 

Eating Disorders

 
Anorexia - www.schizophrenia-info.info/Alternative Mental Health/anorexia_nervosa.htm
 
Bulimia - www.schizophrenia-info.info/Alternative Mental Health/bulimia.htm
 

Campbell, Wesley and Stacey 3/30-4/3/2009 – This week’s Radio broadcast #1637  http://www.sidroth.org/site/News2?abbr=rad_&page=NewsArticle&id=8195&news_iv_ctrl=1121 
or http://www.sidroth.org/site/PageServer?pagename=rad_archives  Friday's (4/3/2009) program shares testimony of Jesus healing Stacey of an eating disorder.