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Dairy Allergy

Dairy Allergy

You will soon find out just how many ingredients cow’s milk can be made into. Milk allergies are one of the most common food allergies, and it is no wonder, as milk is broken down into an ever growing list of by-products, which are then used as a cheap ‘filler’ ingredient in a lot of food.

* Casein/caseinates

* Dairy solids

* Ghee, butter oil, butter fat

* Hydrolysates (casein, milk protein, whey)

* Infant formula – cow’s milk based including partially hydrolysed (HA) formula

* Lactalbumin

* Lactoglobulin

* Milk derivative

* Milk protein

* Milk solids

* Non-fat dairy solids

* Non-fat milk solids

* Skim milk solids

* Whey

* Sour cream

* A2 milk

As you can see, milk is broken down into so many components. Not only that, but milk is used in foods that would not normally constitute milk as an ingredient.

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