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Not normal exactly, but for him his carb digesting enzymes are still not fully that of an adult. Some of what you are seeing is fairly normal for a 15 month old. Does he have other digestive symptoms and is his stool normal, dark brown, not overly smelly, otherwise? I would concentrate on cooked fruits and veggies, eggs, dairy, fats and meat/fish barring any allergies/intolerances you might uncover. A food journal might help.
However, there are ways that grains and nuts were traditionally prepared to enable the anti digestive properties to be neutralized that are no longer done in this modern world of processed food:
That being said, it seems like your experience is out of the norm. A reduction in stomach acid can play a role for you. Nutritional deficiencies. Food allergies and/or intolerances.
Digestive enzymes www.enzymestuff.com and probiotics have helped us heal a great deal but sometimes we just had to cut food out. Yes, if you are not digesting your food you are not getting the nutrients plain and simple.
Also, one food, say wheat, soy or dairy, can be causing inflammation, and then causing a bunch of other foods not to be digested well.... so it's possible melon is totally fine but the main culprit is something else.
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