Milk allergy, or dairy allergy, is an adverse immune response to the protein in cow’s milk, that mainly affects children. The symptoms depend on the amount of dairy consumed and the severity of the allergy and include vomiting, diarrhea, dermatitis and coughing.
Milk allergy symptoms are often confused with lactose intolerance. With cow's milk as the leading cause of allergic reactions in children, it's important to learn more about milk allergies. Read and learn about types of milk allergies, the symptoms to look out for, and the best treatment.
All disease begins in the gut. -Hippocrates Whether you have acne, a dairy allergy or get chronic yeast infections, these are all symptoms of a damaged digestive system. And it’s not just allergies or infections that are indicative of a damaged gut; IBS, constipation, reflux, heartburn, etc. are all …
Did you know that peanut and tree nut allergy is most common in infants and young children, but may appear for the first time in adults. Peanut allergy often receives greater attention because it is common (3% of infants), exposure is hard to avoid and in some cases even trace amounts can trigger symptoms. Around 20% of cases resolve, and while severity may occasionally lessen with age, around 20% of cases can become worse with time. | via www.allergy.org.au #MyMoteef #allergy #food