How is cows’ milk allergy managed?

Cows’ milk allergy in babies is managed through the removal of cows’ milk and other dairy products from their diet and substituting them with non-dairy-based alternatives (see table below). Most children with cows’ milk allergy are also allergic to milks from other animals (e.g. goats or sheep) and products made from these milks. Be careful with coconut milk products, as some may contain undeclared cows’ milk (particularly imported products).

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