Food allergies are common in kids of all age. In fact, the U.S. Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) reports that over 6 million kids are living with one allergy or the other.
Breastfeeding babies are not immune to allergies. A baby who feeds off his mom’s breast milk could develop allergies from the food his mother eats. Toddlers who are being introduced to cow milk and other ‘light’ foods also stand the chance of developing allergies.
Cow milk allergy, for example, is common among kids who are being introduced to cow milk for the first time. Being the first time, they are exposed to such amount of proteins, they tend to react to the milk after drinking it.
In this article, you will learn the common food allergies in children, their symptoms, and how best to prevent these allergies.