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Cow`s milk (dairy) allergy - Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA)

Cow's milk is a common cause of food allergy in infants. In Australia and New Zealand around 2 per cent (1 in 50) infants are allergic to cow's milk and other dairy products. Although most children outgrow cow's milk allergy by the age of 3-5 years, in some people cow's milk allergy may not resolve.

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Cow's milk (dairy) allergy | Dietitians Australia

Cow's milk allergy is common in babies and children, and symptoms can range from milk to severe. Avoiding cow's milk and other dairy-containing foods is the only effective way to manage a cow's milk allergy, but it's important to seek specialist advice.

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Dairy foods: How much is enough? | Nutrition Australia

Learn what dairy is, why it is important for health, and how you can meet the dairy recommendations through the foods you eat.

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Food - Vegetarian eating in children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

This information, with its food examples, is intended for educational purposes only and does not constitute SCHN/JHCH endorsement of any particular branded food product

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Cow’s milk allergy - Better Health Channel

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Lactose intolerance | Dietitians Australia

What is lactose intolerance? We look at common symptoms, how to manage them, and what foods might trigger discomfort.

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Lactose intolerance - MyDr.com.au

Lactase deficient people do not have enough lactase, the enzyme that helps break down lactose and they suffer from lactose intolerance. The main symptoms of lactose intolerance are bloating and wind. 

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Food - Ways to boost iron intake for babies, toddlers and children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

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What is a vegetarian diet? | Dietitians Australia

A varied and well-balanced vegetarian diet can supply all the nutrients you need for good health. Here are the nutrients you need to pay attention to if you're following a plant-based diet.

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Lactose intolerance - Better Health Channel

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