Milk Allergy, Lactose Intolerance and Soy Allergy
by Mercedes Cole
result in skin rashes, headaches, nausea and or wheezing. Lactose intolerance and
cow milk allergy are not the same. One most common allergy that children have is
milk allergy. In some instances, some that are allergic to cow's milk may also allergic
to goat, sheep, buffalo and soy milk. Milk allergy is most common in cow's milk. Milk
allergies can appear in the first year of life.
Lactose intolerance is the digestive systems inability to digest lactose. Milk allergy is
an immune system disorder. If you have lactose intolerance or are allergic to milk it
is recommended that you restrict or if possible eliminate dairy products from your
diet. Consult with your doctor specialized in lactose intolerance and milk allergy for
professional consultation. You can still enjoy your favorite meals but they have to be
Soy allergy is a common food allergy in infants and young children. Soy ingredients is
common in processed and manufactured products. Soy is a common ingredient in
fast food restaurants, infant formula, cereals and salad dressing having soy. Soy
allergy is an auto-immune disease that is triggered by the consumption of soy.
Soybeans is a legume. The allergy can extend to other foods in the legume family.
Legume include navy, kidney, string, black, and pinto beans, chickpeas (garbanzo
beans), lentils, carob, licorice, and peanuts. Soybean allergies and peanut allergies are
Foods to avoid:
- Soy Milk
- Baked Goods containing peanuts, peanut oil and soy flour (bread, crackers, cakes,
rolls and pastries)
- Natural and processed cereals containing soy ingredients
- Soy pasta
- Soy beans and soybean sprouts
- Any vegetables or fruits prepared with sauces or breading with soy products
- Any vegetable drink, fruit drink mix, instant coffee, hot cocoa mixes, malt
beverages with soy ingredients
- Lunch and deli meat with soy preservatives.
- Margarine and butter substitutes containing soy generally in preservative.
- Any salad dressing, mayonnaise containing soy products
- Heinz® Worcestershire sauce
- Lea & Perrins® sauce
Label Ingredients that contain soy:
- shoyo sauce
- textured vegetable protein (TVP)
Products that may contain soy:
- processed foods
You can still enjoy your favorite meals but allergy causing products have to be
eliminated. Many commercial products contain additives and or preservative they
have to be eliminated as well. It is suggested that you eat preservative-free. Enjoy
honest meals with vegetables, fruits, poultry, fish and nuts. Eat delicious meals with
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Not all food allergies are the same.
Milk and soy allergies are immune
disorders. Lactose is a digestive
disorder. All allergies require
elimination of the cause of the
allergy. There are some great recipes
that are dairy and soy free.
Milk allergy is a reaction of the
immune system to one or more milk
proteins. The immune system
mistakenly creates antibodies to fight
the milk proteins. The antibodies
create chemicals in the body that can
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