Milk and its derivatives can be found in many products, including these shown below:
Milk allergy occurs when proteins in milk cause the immune system to mistakenly perceive them to be a threat. Milk allergy can occur in babies and children and generally ceases, but occasionally it persists into adulthood.
Found in: Butter, Buttermilk, Cheese, Chocolate, Cream, Custard, Ghee, Ice Cream, Instant Mash, Margarine, Milk, Milk powder and Yoghurt.
Common signs and symptoms of milk protein or lactose intolerance include digestive problems, such as:
Below, you can download an excellent allergy fact sheet, written by our friends at the Anaphylaxis Campaign.
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