Milk For Children Aged 2 Years Who Are Allergic To Milk And Animal Protein?
Greetings, I want to ask my baby about the age of almost 2 years. And I started to want to wean it. But I am confused about what milk brand weaning? Whereas my child cannot eat and drink dairy food. What can be replaced with soy milk. And what brand are the recommendations. My child’s BB is below the standard age because he does not consume a lot of animal protein because it can be a trigger factor and can even cause a relapse. Moho advice dom. Thank you…
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. In formula milk or animal milk such as cow's milk and goat's milk there are certain proteins that can trigger certain reactions in some babies, it can be in the form of the appearance of rashes, redness, itching, diarrhea and swelling. To overcome this condition, the best way is to not provide the intake.
But with a very young age, he really needs the nutrients in the milk. Therefore the solution is to provide animal milk but which has been specially formulated by eliminating the protein content that can trigger it. Milk like this usually has the label 'hypoallergenic', 'PHP / Partially Hydrolized Protein', lactose free or something like that. You can try giving the milk. If you are in doubt, may give in small amounts first.
If the condition is still triggered, it means that the milk that can be given to him is soy milk, which obviously has no animal protein at all. If it still triggers it, then check with your pediatrician to ensure its condition and find out the best treatment. Meanwhile, since he is also already 2 years old, his insight into solid foods should be broad enough, and the important thing is to provide good nutrition from these foods, such as vegetables and fruit. So, hopefully answering your question.