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...foods, many parents assume soy-based infant formulas are a suitable substitute. Soy formulas are based on soy instead of cow milk. That means they contain soy protein instead of cow milk protein. Companies market these formulas for patients with lactose intolerance and galactosemia, which are not common in infants. Experts now estimate that up to 60% of children with an allergy to cow milk are also allergic to soy protein. For this reason, expert groups...
Back to School With Food Allergies
Summer is winding down, and it’s time to start helping your children prepare for their return to class and food allergy. Your school might have sent school supply lists, teacher assignments, and schedule for school nights. Now, it’s time to create your own food allergy checklist. Whether your child is returning to the classroom or attending for the first time, here are some things to help make sure they have a successful,...
8 Common Signs and Symptoms of a Cow Milk Allergy
...blocks of protein. Amino acids can’t trigger an allergic reaction the way proteins or peptides in other formulas can. (Read about formula types.) If you suspect CMA, ask your child’s doctor for a thorough evaluation. Bring this information with you and ask your doctor if your baby might benefit from Neocate. For more on CMA, check out the following resources: CMA Symptom Checker CMA Guidelines The Difference Between CMA and Lactose Intolerance Outgrowing CMA...
Going to Preschool Or Daycare with Food Allergies
...holidays and special events (if the school allows). This way, you know that your child is safe, and she won’t feel excluded from the fun! (Some schools now do not allow freshly baked items, and require caregivers to bring in packaged items.) Give the teacher or staff a bag with treats, so they can use them one-by-one as needed for your child during holidays and birthdays. For children that use a special formula, ask what... pumped breastmilk. Within just a few days, he began showing signs of dairy protein intolerance, including excess fussiness and gassiness just after eating, arching, vomiting, mucus in his stools and diarrhea. His mom eliminated dairy from her diet and that seemed to improve his condition some and he started gaining a little weight. After a couple weeks, Roland was weaned from the tube and sent home. Unfortunately, once at home, his symptoms continued to...

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