It’s estimated that 1 in 13 children in the United States has food allergies.1,2 A very common one is cow’s milk allergy (CMA). Some children will outgrow a food allergy over time. But this isn’t as simple as it sounds for parents wanting to provide the best and most comforting nourishment for their babies.
It’s far from an impossible situation, though. First, if you suspect that your baby has a food allergy, speak to your baby’s pediatrician. The following information on CMA in babies may also help ease your mind and guide you forward.