NDC’s latest DN Forum. FHI’s Niamh Hunt discusses how cow’s milk could be a novel solution for milk allergy
Food allergies are most common during infancy and cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA) is the most common food allergy worldwide. Up to 90% of infants outgrow CMPA and develop tolerance by the age of five but those who do not develop tolerance, have an increased risk of developing a variety of health conditions. This edition of the DN Forum discusses our innovative FHI research project which has identified dairy hydrolysates with the potential to protect against CMPA and gut inflammation.
Check out DN Forum April 2017