What about Lactose intolerance and Cow Milk Protein Allergy?

What about Lactose intolerance and Cow Milk Protein Allergy?

Lactose intolerance

Lactose is often blamed for tummy troubles in little ones, but it’s the primary carbohydrate source in breast milk. Lactose is identical, regardless of source (breast milk, cow milk or goat milk). According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, lactose intolerance is uncommon under 2-3 years of age. Lactose intolerance should be assessed and diagnosed by a healthcare provider. Kabrita Goat Milk Toddler Formula is not suitable for children with galactosemia and/or congenital alactasia.

How common? Recommendation
Uncommon under 2-3 years of age Avoidance of lactose;
lactose-free soy formula

Cow Milk Protein Allergy

Cow milk protein allergy can be a serious health problem and affects 2-3% of children under 1 year of age. Symptoms may be immediate or delayed, and may include moderate to severe symptoms such as hives, vomiting, wheezing, severe eczema, and/or blood in stool. Cow milk protein allergy should be assessed and diagnosed by a healthcare provider. Kabrita Goat Milk Toddler Formula is not suitable for children diagnosed with cow milk protein allergy (CMPA).

How common? Recommendation
2-3% under 1 year of age Avoidance of cow and goat milk protein; extensively hydrolyzed/hypoallergenic formula

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