Milk Allergy

Cow’s milk is the leading trigger for milk allergies in young children. 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. It is not to be confused with lactose intolerance. Mostly between 2 to 3 percent of children are allergic to milk.

Although experts once believed that the vast majority of them would outgrow this allergy by the time they turned 3, recent studies contradict this theory. Milk allergy is nothing new in the recent times, almost 2 out of 5 people are lactose intolerant. The best way to avoid this type of allergy is to stop eating milk products. And in case you are suffering from it, then medication is the best cure.

Cure vs Treatment

Our cure is Permanent because it eliminates the root cause of the allergy. It has successfully cured many patients with our specially formulated remedy. It will alter your immune system’s behavior to inhibit future reactions to milk. This change in your immune system will be permanent.

It has successfully cured many patients with our specially formulated remedy. It will alter your immune system’s behavior to inhibit future reactions to milk. This change in your immune system will be permanent.

The list of Medications available

Milk allergy treatment is complicated, our specially formulated medicine needs to be taken orally for up to eight weeks. Most of the mild to moderate cases respond positively in this short time. By the end of the treatment more than 90% of the patients are cured. Some patients with multiple allergies or other medical conditions may have to continue the medication till they are cured. The medication is extremely safe, akin to over-the-counter medication.

What are the symptoms or indications of milk allergy?

There are so many visible symptoms when it comes to the milk allergy. You will easily get to know about the problem. But to save you from doing any type of effort, we have here come up with the list of the top indications of milk allergy.

  • Physical symptoms of an allergic reaction to milk can include anaphylaxis, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, skin rashes etc. to name a few of them.
  • Other severe indications include intermittent coughing and sinus infections. Milk allergies develop as a response to the major allergens found within it. The major allergens in cow milk are αs1-, αs2-, β-, κ-casein and the whey proteins α- & β-lactoglobulin. The body’s Immunoglobulin E (IgE) cells respond to these allergens and in turn trigger the allergic reaction.

Symptoms of peanut allergies are caused by the action of Immunoglobulin E (IgE) and other anaphylatoxins, which act to release histamine and other mediator substances from mast cells (degranulation). In addition to other effects, histamine induces vasodilation of arterioles and constriction of bronchioles in the lungs, also known as bronchospasm.

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