Cow’s milk allergy (usually just called “milk allergy”) is a very common food allergy. A milk allergy is an immune system reaction to milk protein. It can cause a severe allergic reaction called anaphylaxis [anna-fih-LACK-sis]. If allergic to milk, remove milk from the diet to prevent allergic reactions. This includes all milk products, as well as lactose-free versions of milk products.
"A Guide to Managing Milk Allergy" covers the following topics:
- What are symptoms of an allergic reaction to milk?
- How can I prevent milk allergy reactions?
- Reading labels
- Cooking and baking
- Preventing cross-contact
- Can I eat baked milk or eggs?
- Milk ingredient list (if you see these ingredients on a label, it means it contains milk protein and is not safe for someone with milk allergy)
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