Milk Allergies in Infants and Children  
by Roger Mitchell
infant that they have a problem with the milk they are receiving and may even be
allergic to milk. This condition will need quick intervention to make sure the baby is
not adversely affected.

Interventions For Milk Allergies In Infants

The best thing a baby can be fed is their mother's milk. Most of the time when they
are nursed by their mother they will have less allergies. Some of the times what the
mother is eating causes problems for the baby. If a baby seems to be allergic to their
mother's milk the mother should first change her diet. She should avoid gas
producing foods and foods which may be irritating to the infant. If this does not
relieve the symptoms in the baby the mother should speak with the pediatrician and
consider switching to formula.

There are two primary formulas for infants. There is cow milk based and soy based
formula. Many infants who are allergic to cow's milk will do great on soy milk. Both
these types of formulas have the necessary ingredients to promote good health in
the infant. If these types of milk do not work for the infant, a physician will need to
prescribe a formula that will be able to nourish the infant that has the milk allergy.
Most infants will grow out of the milk allergy in time and will be able to eat a normal
diet.

Children With Milk Allergies

Some babies do not overcome their allergy to milk and as the child grows it becomes
a more complex issue. Children with milk allergies will have many foods to avoid as
they grow up. Milk is an ingredient in many products and even small amounts can
sometimes cause an allergic reaction. Parents will need to learn what food products
to avoid and will in turn need to teach their child. Because the Food and Drug
Administration requires all ingredients to be listed on produced food it is easier for a
parent to figure out which foods may cause a problem.


About The Author

Roger Mitchell

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Milk is very important part of the diet
of infants and children. Milk provides
both calcium and vitamin D which are
essential for the growth and
development of children. It is well
understood that if infants and children
do not have enough milk they will
have serious health problems. From
the time a person is born they begin
to consume either mother's milk or
other forms of milk. Mother's milk
and formula both are made to
provide all the essential nutrients an
infant needs to grow and develop
normally. Sometimes it becomes
evident very early in the life of an
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