My 12 mo old has had quite a few issues with food sensitivities. After he went into anaphylaxis after having some almonds in his morning smoothie a couple of weeks ago, we are scheduled to see an allergist to get it all figured out. However, in the meantime, he seems to be sensitive to avocado, meat of any type (including fish), and possibly dairy (cow, goat & sheep). I am not at all convinced that soy is a viable option (the hormones and such) and am looking for some sort of formula I can give him, as he is very attached to having a bottle when he wakes up. I quit nursing him at about 10 & a 1/2 mos, as he was vomiting everytime I fed him and found it would be easier to pinpoint the allergies if I wasn't part of the equation.
So far, we have been using sheep and goat milk interchangeably but have recently noticed his facial eczema flaring up again and think this *might* be the cause. Anyway, after all of this, I am pretty much at my wit's end. The formula on store shelves is full of corn syrup and and sugars, and I don't think it is the best path to venture down.
If anyone knows of a fantastic formula I can purchase in Canada or has a recipe they make at home, I would love your input. My other child has never had any issues and so this is all new to me (and somewhat scary).