Milk allergies are caused by an immune reaction to one of the proteins in animal milk. Learn more about types of milk allergies,symptoms, and treatment.

Milk Allergies (Milk Protein Allergy)

A milk allergy, not to be confused with lactose intolerance, is an immune reaction to milk proteins. Symptoms may include abdominal cramps, diarrhea, and skin rash.

What are the Symptoms of Milk Allergies? Similar to other food allergies, the majority of milk allergy symptoms can be lumped into “reaction” categories: Skin: Itchy, Red Rash; Eczema; Hives; “Shiners” or Black Eyes; Aphthous Ulcers (canker sores) Swelling of the Lips, Mouth, Tongue, Face, or Throat. -Digestive: Abdominal Pain; Abdominal Cramps; Abdominal Bloating; Diarrhea; Gas; Nausea; Vomiting.

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A milk #allergy is an immune reaction to one of the many proteins in animal milk, although it is most often caused by the alpha S1-casein protein in cow's milk.  #milkallergy

Milk Allergies (Milk Protein Allergy)

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Very relevant topic in modern nutrition... It's seems like everyone has a gluten or lactose intolerance A food allergy is a rapid and potentially serious response to a food by your immune system. It can trigger classic allergy symptoms such as a rash wheezing and itching. In rare cases the symptoms can be very severe and can cause potentially fatal breathing difficulties!  An intolerance is less severe but may bring on very similar symptoms and more uncomfortable groggy feeling brought on…

Very relevant topic in modern nutrition... It's seems like everyone has a gluten or lactose intolerance A food allergy is a rapid and potentially serious response to a food by your immune system. It can trigger classic allergy symptoms such as a rash wheezing and itching. In rare cases the symptoms can be very severe and can cause potentially fatal breathing difficulties! An intolerance is less severe but may bring on very similar symptoms and more uncomfortable groggy feeling brought on…

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Benefits of Immunocal. Immunotech warns that people with an allergy to milk proteins and those undergoing immunosuppresive therapy should not use Immunocal. People following a protein-restricted diet will need to calculate the 9 g of protein provided by each pouch of Immunocal. Abdominal cramps and bloating are occasional side effects and a rash is possible, but rare. If a rash occurs, discontinue use of the product immediately. Large doses, exceeding 7 g, of cysteine can be toxic.

Benefits of Immunocal

Benefits of Immunocal. Immunotech warns that people with an allergy to milk proteins and those undergoing immunosuppresive therapy should not use Immunocal. People following a protein-restricted diet will need to calculate the 9 g of protein provided by each pouch of Immunocal. Abdominal cramps and bloating are occasional side effects and a rash is possible, but rare. If a rash occurs, discontinue use of the product immediately. Large doses, exceeding 7 g, of cysteine can be toxic.

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