The following assessments by Dr. Julie Wei explore whether your child could have MCD,
and will help identify the culprits and mealtime habits that could be causing it.
If your child has experienced some of the symptoms described by Dr. Wei, including chronic stuffy nose, runny nose, cough and congestion, this assessment can help you determine whether he/she may have MCD.
Added sugar intake for children should be limited to just a few teaspoons per day. But, most children have more than this in just one drink! Take this assessment to learn how much sugar your child is drinking.
This assessment is for parents, grandparents, daycare providers and anyone in charge of mealtimes and eating. Take the quiz to help identify whether you can help create healthier habits at the dinner table.
A HEALTHIER WEI
Dr. Julie Wei’s first book shares tips on how to live A Healthier Wei. It expands on many topics related to MCD, such as anatomy, health care and health culture. It will also teach you how to navigate nutrition and make quick and easy meals for your family.BUY NOW
ACID REFLUX IN CHILDREN
Co-authored by Dr. Julie Wei, Acid Reflux in Children is the revolutionary book for parents who want to help their children lead healthy, active lives, free of acid reflux and the many other symptoms this condition can create.BUY NOW
Check out the following pediatric resources for feeding and drinking recommended by Dr. Julie Wei:
GUIDELINES + RECOMMENDATIONS
- Bright Futures: Nutrition Guide provides a thorough overview of nutrition supervision during infancy, early childhood, middle childhood and adolescence. Produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
- Latest recommendations to help parents keep their kids safe and healthy. Produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
- Feeding guidelines for healthy, full-term infants and children up to six years of age. Produced by the Ontario Society of Nutrition Professionals in Public Health (OSNPPH), Canada.
- Recommendations for juice intake. Produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
- The new nutrition facts panel with updates to how dairy and sugar are labeled reflecting the most current understanding of nutrition science. Produced by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- Bright Futures: Nutrition Tools offers questionnaires, key indicators of nutrition risks for various age groups and more. Produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
- MyPlate offers ideas and tips to help you create a healthier eating style that meets your individual needs and improves your health. Produced by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
- My Food Diary is an interactive website that shares nutrition facts for a variety of foods and beverages.