17 Dec

Cow’s milk allergy is most common in infants. But this allergy usually disappears by itself at the age of 2-3 years. cow’s milk should not be given to infants before the age of 1 year. Remember that the best for your baby is his mother’s milk.


On the other hand, egg allergy is especially common in infancy and early childhood. Over the years, its effect decreases and disappears completely in adulthood.

The incidence of eczema or itching, skin and eye lesions in egg allergy is higher than in other food allergies.

Egg allergy, manifested by widespread redness, wheezing, vomiting and diarrhea, is considered the most important cause of eczema, especially in infants.


In addition, soy, peanuts, seafood, wheat, and other grains, sesame oil, sesame seeds, tomatoes, cocoa, strawberries, bananas, oranges, oats, barley, rye, or includes foods such as allergies, and it also leads to maximum nutrients.

Strawberries and tomatoes can cause allergy-like reactions due to the fact that they contain histamine, a chemical substance.


October October In order to understand whether the baby is allergic to a food, it is necessary to be very careful when starting additional nutrition.

It is important to give a small amount of nutrients to the beginner and observe the reactions.

Mothers should try each food alone for at least 3 days, increase the spoon by spoon every day, try yogurt, fruit and vegetable puree and cereals a little before starting october foods. In addition, it is recommended that egg white be started no earlier than October 1, cheese, and then carefully introduce the egg and gradually increase it.

Starting october foods early is also a cause of allergy in itself. Therefore, in infants, 6. October should not be started before the October period of additional nutrition.

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