E-Books Reintroducing Dairy Foods to Babies and Toddlers

This is suitable for children with symptoms of non-IgE cow’s milk allergy (sometimes known as Cow’s Milk Protein Intolerance) who have been told it is safe to trial re-introducing dairy foods at home.



Reintroducing Dairy Foods to Babies and Toddlers Whats Included?

This includes children whose symptoms have improved or stopped completely after removing dairy from the diet of the mother or child.

This approach for reintroducing dairy foods is NOT safe for children who have an IgE mediated cow’s milk allergy. This includes children who have had a positive allergy test for cow’s milk protein, or children who have experienced swelling, hives, or anaphylaxis from dairy foods. It is also NOT safe for children with FPIES (Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome) to dairy.

The resource has been developed in conjunction with the dietitians from Advanced Dietitians Group.