Powder formula recipes
Listed below are recipes for mixing store-brand formula, providing approximately the number of calories per ounce. These recipes can be used for all formula types.
For 20 calories per ounce, use the recipe on the formula package.
The Nutrition Services team at Children’s Mercy provides comprehensive nutrition assessments and individualized care plans for children in our hospitals and clinics. Our focus is on helping children manage their medical conditions, grow well, and develop healthy nutrition and eating habits.
In addition to providing specialized care to children, the Nutrition Services team also hosts nutrition education sessions for Children’s Mercy staff, community members and health care students. Many of our team members are active in nutrition research as well.
Your primary care provider or specialist can refer you for an appointment to see a Registered Dietitian in the Nutrition Clinic. A counseling session in our clinic often includes meal planning, nutrition assessment, growth evaluation and nutrition education.
In addition to the Nutrition Clinic, our Registered Dietitians also partner with the care teams in several different multidisciplinary clinics at Children’s Mercy. These include:
- Beacon Clinic
- Down Syndrome
- Eating Disorder Center
- Gastroenterology/Liver Care
- Ketogenic Diet
- Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery
- Primary Care Clinics
- Pulmonology/Cystic Fibrosis
- Rehabilitation Medicine
- Special Care/NICU Follow-up
- Weight Management
Nutrition care for children in the hospital
Our Registered Dietitians are an important part of your child’s care team when they are staying at the hospital. Dietitians provide comprehensive nutrition services that are tailored to your child’s individual needs.
Inpatient nutrition services include:
- Screening children to identify nutrition risks.
- Assessing nutrition needs and making recommendations on how to best meet those needs.
- Recommending appropriate feeding plans to meet the nutritional needs of children of all ages.
- Managing the care of children with a feeding tube or who receive parenteral (IV) nutrition.
- Providing nutrition education and dietary instructions for families.