Publish Date: 3 September 2018
Author(s): ANHI Team


Globally, approximately 2.5% of babies develop cow’s milk allergy in their first year of life. Use this infographic to teach parents and caregivers how to keep their dairy-allergic kiddos safe as they grow and develop.

In this infographic series, parents and caregivers will learn:
  • How to recognize the signs and symptoms of a cow’s milk allergy
  • What foods tend to contain cow’s milk
  • How to introduce solid foods as dairy allergic kiddos are being weaned off breast milk or infant formula
  • How to manage the allergy as their dairy-allergic kiddo grows and develops
  • Whether the allergy will affect growth and development
  • How to talk to daycares, schools, babysitters, playdate hosts and relatives about cow’s milk allergy
  • Whether their child will outgrow the allergy
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