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Milk Protein Allergy Babies!

Created by Sara C.

A support and suggestion group for those families dealing with an infant who has been diagnosed with milk protein (or soy or both) allergies.

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  • Fav Dairy Free Cookbook?

    Just looking for some more dairy-free resources, do you have a fav website or cookbook? Our 5 year old has milk protein allergy and I’m lactose intolerant.

    Posted September 28, 2014 at 7:53 am
    I like Milk Free Mom, The Dairy-Free Omnivore, and godairyfree.org for recipe ideas. I also discove…
  • Babies Magic Tea

    Hi all, I am Sehrish. I want to share my experience with a colicky baby. How did I deal with colic in my infant? It’s a long story, but I’ll not take your time and will go shortly. My dear son was a week old and started crying for hours and hours keeping me up all night. I visited our pediatrician many times but he was also helpless to soothe my baby from colic. My son was also having hard time to poop and used to grunt and strain when trying to poop. Dr put him on Zantac, gas drops and Karo syrup, but all in vain. I used different burping techniques and result still nill. I started surfing the web on different forums and found a new product over there that was a natural tea “Babies magic tea”. I decided to give this tea a try as I was already out of my wits and was dying for a few hours of sleep. I ordered this product on Amazon and got after a few days and gave this tea to my LO in his formula (LO is BF and FF). LOL! it was astonishing. My LO slept for straight 5 hours for the first time since his birth and after getting his second dose he went to sleep for the next 4 hours. After two to three days, my son was good sleeper and a happy baby with very little crying. I hope this post will help many sleepless moms by soothing their babies with colic, constipation, reflux and all other tummy troubles.

    Posted March 17, 2016 at 2:48 pm
    I am so glad you baby is feeling better! I did a search on the tea mentioned. It’s ingredient…
  • Food Allergies and picky eater

    I have a 9 mo old who has an allergy to milk, peanuts, strawberries, & cashews; soaps, lotions, and perfumes; he is also a picky eater and will gag on anything he doesn’t like. If I keep trying to give it to him, he eventually gags to the point of getting sick. To top it off, he has a sensitive gag reflex. I’m still giving him pureed baby food and no table food for these reasons. I practice the give one new food at a time to see if there is an allergy there; however, I have a problem determining whether he has a reaction to the food or if the eczema flare up is due to his formula (Allimentum) or an external cause so it is very difficult to determine a food allergy. How can I get my son to eat table food without worrying about an allergic reaction and get past his gagging?!?

    Posted October 13, 2014 at 5:34 pm
    I just loved Laura W’s response to your concerns! She is right on when she suggests taking yo…
  • Allergy-free Halloween!

    I love this new effort created by FARE for kids with allergies to be able to enjoy their Trick or Treating experience a little bit more! https://www.foodallergy.org/teal-pumpkin-project

    Posted October 13, 2014 at 3:45 pm
  • Milk Protein Allergy Babies – Support Group

    Milk protein allergy in newborns can be really tough to deal with for families. Fussy, uncomfortable babies who may not be gaining weight well, breastfeeding mamas who have to eliminate so much out of their own diets, and lots of worry. Let’s chat here about how we can better support these families. Share your own tips on what a nursing mama can eat when she feels like there is nothing “safe” for her baby and offer support to those mamas who are formula feeding these gentle babies!

    Posted September 16, 2014 at 8:33 am
    My son is dairy and soy allergic and I ate a dairy soy free diet for about 6 months when we were br…