Cow's Milk Protein Allergy, is one of the more common baby allergies . It results from a hypersensitivity of the body's immune system to the protein in cow's milk and manifests as an allergic reaction in different parts of the body. Most babies who suffer from Cow's Milk Protein Allergy outgrow it within their first year, with others by the time that they are 3 years old While not all baby allergies are related to diet, Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy can be managed either by eliminating milk and milk products for breastfeeding women or by a hypoallergenic (extensively hydrolyzed) formula such as Nutramigen® A+® with LGG®. Nutramigen A+with LGG is formulated for the dietary management of babies with cow's milk protein allergy, including colicky babies due to cow's milk protein allergy.
What to do if you Suspect a Cow's Milk Protein Allergy
In this video we will cover a topic that is very popular in the parenting community - cow's milk protein allergy. Stay tuned as we discover what to be aware of, what you need to do, and much more if you suspect your baby has a cow's milk protein allergy.