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Cow’s milk allergy and TAR Syndrome

 Cow’s milk allergy has been associated with TAR syndrome. In case of cow’s milk allergy the child, and possibly the breast-feeding mother, needs a dairy-free diet. 

Please note that a dairy-free diet always shall be discussed with a doctor.

Milk features in our diet in many forms – butter, cream, cheese and yoghurt, or as a drink in various ways. Milk is also added to a lot of products to enrich them. Components of milk can also be used in manufacturing. It is sometimes difficult to understand whether a product contains cow’s milk or not. The following web sites provide information about cow’s milk allergy and how to cook without dairy products.

Links to the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (www.foodallergy.org)
Tips for Managing a Milk Allergy
Frequently Asked Questions
IMPORTANT INFORMATION from the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network:
Disclaimer. The information provided on this site is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her existing physician. The material on this website was written to provide a guideline for care. The authors and The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network disclaim any responsibility for any adverse effects resulting from the information presented on this website. The information enclosed is not designed to take the place of a doctor’s instructions. Patients are urged to contact a doctor for specific information regarding guidelines for care. The inclusion of brand name medications or medical devices does not imply endorsement by The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network.

Links to the Lactose Intolerance & Milk Allergy Web Site (www.lactose.co.uk)
Lactose Intolerance & Milk Allergy
Watch out for hidden milk products!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION from the Lactose Intolerance & Milk Allergy Web Site: 
Disclaimer. This is not a medical web site and anything included within it should not be considered for clinical or diagnostic purposes. If you believe that you or someone you know have a similar condition or suffers form the same symptoms described here please contact the doctor for the best advise. Lactose.co.uk is not an official site or organization but the contents of this web site are as accurate as possible and are intended for the help of those who are seeking it. Information on this website is intended to supplement, not be a substitute for, the expertise and judgement of your doctor, pharmacist or other healthcare professional. 

[Last modified: 6 May 2009]