It’s only natural to worry that your baby could develop an allergy, especially if there’s a history of it in your family. But thankfully, only a small number of babies are affected by allergies and most outgrow the symptoms as they get older.
Whether your baby’s been diagnosed with an allergy or you’re concerned they may have one, this section offers general advice and help with allergy management. Our team of expert mums and qualified healthcare professionals also cover specific topics, such as the difference between intolerance and allergy, dealing with cows’ milk protein allergy (CMPA) and using food labels to help recognise allergens.
- Managing your baby’s cows’ milk protein allergy (CMPA)
- Easy recipes for children with diagnosed cows’ milk protein allergy
- Food allergies in babies
- Intolerances and food allergies in babies
Recognising the signs of
milk allergy and intolerance in babies
- Will your baby develop an allergy?
- Dealing with your baby’s food allergy day-to-day
- Childcare for babies with a food allergy
- How food labelling can help you manage your baby’s allergy
- What to do if you think your baby has cows’ milk protein allergy
- A guide to cows’ milk protein allergy
- Working with Allergy UK