Cow’s milk protein allergy affects 2 to 7% of children and is rare in adults. Many foods contain milk protein and should be removed from the diet. Here are the prohibited foods.
L ‘Cow’s milk protein allergy (APLV) is one of the most common types of allergies in young children. It disappears in 90% of cases before the age of 3 years. In adults, milk protein allergy is very rare. CMPA is a food allergy determined by a An immune reaction to one or more milk proteins. Milk contains many proteins that can be allergens: casein, lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin … Casein and beta-lactoglobulin are often involved. L ‘intolerance Cow’s milk protein is not an allergy but a digestion problem lactase deficiency. This lactose intolerance is exceptional in newborns and generally appears after the age of 3 years.
Prohibited foods containing cow’s milk protein
Cow’s milk is found in various forms in butter, milk and cream but also, for example, in biscuits, ready meals and sauces.
The Cow’s milk protein be in:
- fresh milk.
- Long life milk.
- Concentrated milk powder.
- the milk.
- 1 year old infant formula
- The so-called “hypoallergenic” milk.
- Little Swiss.
- White cheese.
- Milk-based desserts such as pancakes, creams and ice cream.
- Sweets, ice cream
- Chocolate powders
- mashed potatoes;
- béchamel sauce
- Bread, sandwich bread, rusk.
- Brioche, milk bread, chocolate bread.
- sour candy
- commercial pastries
- Biscuits containing milk.
- Commercial Mash.
- Industrial soup.
- White pork except for high-quality pork
- Turkey and chicken
- Cooked meals…
It’s right Remove all products Contains one of these terms: milk, milk proteins, whey protein, milk casein, milk casein, lactic albumin, lactose, margarine, cream, butter.
What are the names of cow’s milk proteins on the labels?
Cow’s milk proteins are present in the diet in various forms. The presence of cow’s milk proteins (PLV) on product labels is indicated by commercial signs:
- Cow’s milk protein
- whey protein
- serum albumin
Could you also be allergic to goat or sheep’s milk?
A person allergic to cow’s milk proteins may be allergic to goat, sheep, mare, or donkey milk. 90% of allergens from cow’s, goat’s and sheep’s milk are common. People who are allergic to cow’s milk proteins also frequently appear Soy allergy. “In PLV-mediated IgE allergies, there are 12% associated with soy allergies, in non-IgE allergies up to 40%.” says Dr. Etienne Bedat, a pediatric pulmonologist and allergist in Paris. “Meat-related allergies are rare, although there is a sensitivity to bovine serum albumin (BSA).”
What can I replace with cow’s milk?
For children who are not breastfed and who are allergic to milk proteins, conventional formula milk is Replaced by cow’s milk protein. For very severe allergies or in case poly allergy (several types of food allergies), can be prescribed amino acid preparations. “Some children may benefit from a rice “milk” Baby friendly.” Dr. Etienne Bedat says: “After 6 months, the recommendations are that we can use soy productsbut Baby friendly products (not the soy juice found in the supermarket), this is at best after an allergy to soy has been ruled out by testing.
The vegan milk It can replace cow’s milk for children and adults who are allergic to cow’s milk protein. Prefer soy milk, which is rich in protein.
Thanks to Dr. Etienne Bedat, Pediatric Allergist and Pulmonologist in Paris.
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