Recommendations

Dietary allergy


Special attention should be paid in the diet to infants who are more prone to dietary allergies.

How do we feed an allergy-prone baby?

  • Breastfeeding babies should be breast-fed as much as possible, breast milk being the best diet. Breast milk does not give an infant a white blood, or it is very rare for a baby to have an allergy to the baby. In this case, the cow's milk in the breast milk causes the complaints. Breastfeeding should not be discontinued due to allergies transferred from breast milk, but should be stopped immediately with the use of cow's milk.
  • In atypical families it is advisable for the mother to pay attention to her diet during breastfeeding. To ensure this is right, for a breastfeeding mother like a baby, the mother should discuss her schedule with her doctor or nurse.
  • If breast milk is inadequate or if breastfeeding is not possible from the outset, the baby should be fed a special diet in which foreign white blood cells are hypoallergenic formulations).
  • Feeding should not begin before 6 months.
  • Foods with high allergenic activity (eggs, milk, fish) should only be given after the age of one.
  • Carefully dust the apartment, avoid using the pen cushion.
  • Do not keep pets.
  • Breastfeeding mothers should not smoke, make sure that no one is smoking in the child's environment

Using Special Infant Formulas to Prevent Allergic Infants

Hydrolyzed formulas called 'hydrolysed' are used to prevent the onset of allergies. These are infant formulas in which the whites are broken down into small particles that the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract of the infant does not swallow, drip, or dissolve. your immune system does not already recognize it, so the risk of developing an allergy is significantly reduced.

Children may be allergic to many meals

Treatment of cow's milk white in case of allergy

If your doctor has diagnosed cow's milk with allergies, the diets should not contain any amount of cow's milk. Special hydrolyzed formulas are recommended for the replacement of cow's milk. In these formulations, the protein from which the formula was obtained was hydrolyzed to such an extent that it did not produce any allergic reaction. The taste of hydrolysed formulas differs from normal formulas. The higher the degree of digestion, the safer the diet is in terms of allergies, but the taste is less pleasant.
These supplements, when taken from 4 to 6 months of age, and after 6 months of age, together with other diets, ensure the proper healthy development of the infant. In the case of allergies, great care should be taken to ensure that the food is not secreted or in a small amount of allergy-excluded nutrients, since in very severe cases, too many traces of these they may also be suitable for the nutrition of infants with milk whey allergy and lactic acid deficiency disorder. At the same time, not only dairy products in diets, but also your soybean can cause allergies, which are common in milk protein supplements. About a third of children with milk allergies develop a reaction to their mouth, which is why they are already using hydrolysed milk formulas to avoid this danger.
From time to time there is a debate about what infants and toddlers can eat, if they are healthy, what if they have cow's milk allergy? This request often stems from the noble effort to make children's diets - such as parents', children's doctors, health and food - healthier and better. Many people find it difficult to change the diet of infants and toddlers worldwide, and the dietary management of infants and children with dietary allergies. In this regard, it is often said that milk of other mammals, such as goat's milk, is consumable in cow's milk allergies. What is the current scientific-medical point regarding cow's milk allergies? Today, there are international recommendations that any white protein of a non-native, non-degraded form should not be given to patients with cow's milk allergies, and accordingly, the consumption of milk from other mammals should not be recommended. Numerous tests and examinations of the goats' milk and sheep's milk and dairy products made from them have taken place and could have been a way out of a strict milk-free diet. However, studies have shown strong cross-reactions between cow's milk and goat's milk and sheep's milk. This means that, in a cow's milk allergy patient, these milks can cause disease symptoms similar to those secreted by cow's milk. There is a large body of literature on the subject, the most important of which is the abolition of the "Allergy Nutrition Resolution" of 1997 ("Paper on the Codex Alimentarius") concerning the use of goat milk: " alkalmazhatу alternatнvakйnt as allergiбs reakciуt vбlthat due to fehйrjйk kцzцtti keresztreakciу. the tehйntej allergy kezelйsйre only hidrolizбlt high degrees (extenzнven) fehйrje tartalmъ tбpszerek ajбnlhatуk ".Gyermeke biztonsбgos tбplбlбsa йrdekйben high allergy kockбzatъ or tehйntejfehйrje allergiбban connection with szenvedх csecsemх tбplбlбsбval all kйrdйst always talk to your pediatrician.
In addition to the above, small seed fruits, strawberries, blueberries, and even tiny vegetables, tomatoes, and food, especially the United States, have to be treated. Other main allergenic foods are liver and eggs.
Certain foods may contain molecules that are similar to surface-allergenic whites in some pollens. That’s it, ъn. cross reactions may cause allergies to rolls and apples.