Cows' milk allergy

The prevalence of this allergy is increasing, as is understanding about its impact on long term health. Nutricia Early Life Nutrition continue to pioneer solutions for the dietary management of cows’ milks allergy in infants and young children.

What are prebiotics and why are they important?

6 min read
24th Jan 2019

Prebiotics encourage probiotics to flourish; Prebiotic oligosaccharides (OS) are non-digestible carbohydrates which resist stomach acid. They escape digestion and pass into the colon to act as nutrients to the friendly bacteria, or probiotics, that reside there.

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The importance of palatability

4 min read
24th Jan 2019

It is now recognised by clinical guidelines† that palatability is an important factor to consider in formula choice, particularly in older infants, when managing Cows’ Milk Allergy (CMA)1-3. This is because often by the time infants are prescribed an extensively hydrolysed formula (EHF) their taste preferences have already developed4. As they are less likely to accept bitter tastes, the chances of rejection are increased5,6, which could impact growth7.

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Cows’ milk allergy in infancy: best practice in primary care

4 min read
8th Nov 2018
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Lunch and learns: the diagnosis and management of food allergy in infants, with a focus on cow’s milk allergy

3 min read
15th Oct 2018
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Nutrition in the first 1,000 days: our top five resources for pharmacists

3 min read
20th Aug 2018
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Early Life Nutrition: our top five resources for health visitors

3 min read
15th Aug 2018
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Lunch and learn: CPD-accredited seminars designed for healthcare professionals

4 min read
12th Jul 2018
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The role of the gut microbiota on allergy development in early life

4 min read
15th Jun 2018
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