FourFour Two: Dairy products and allergies
Dairy products contain a high percentage of dairy, so it’s not surprising that they can cause a condition called dairy allergic dermatitis (DAD).
However, the symptoms of this condition can vary greatly depending on which types of dairy products you eat.
It can be triggered by foods containing dairy ingredients like milk, cream, cheese and yogurt, as well as certain ingredients that are normally present in foods but can’t be found in dairy products.
Dairy allergies are usually caused by dairy products that contain dairy proteins, but they can also be caused by milk products that have a high amount of whey, milk fats, cream or butter.
Dairy allergy symptoms can include a red or pea-green color, rash, difficulty breathing, wheezing and difficulty swallowing.
There are two main types of DAD: IgE-mediated and non-IgE-induced.
IgE mediated DAD causes a reaction in the body to milk proteins, which are called IgE.
These antibodies are found in the blood and in saliva.
These proteins can trigger the immune system, which causes a response.
These reactions can last for days or weeks, sometimes weeks and sometimes even months.
Non-IoE-based DAD occurs when the immune response to dairy proteins is triggered by non-dairy ingredients.
Nonfat dairy products and cheese can trigger this reaction, too.
The exact mechanism is not clear, but a number of theories have been put forward to explain the development of non-DAD.
For example, it’s possible that certain bacteria, fungi or viruses can cause the reaction.
In addition, dairy proteins can cause allergies in other people who eat dairy products or who eat milk.
The type of reaction triggers depends on the type of dairy product.
The more dairy a person eats, the more likely they are to develop an allergy.
Dairy products that are lower in fat and cholesterol can also trigger an allergy, but these foods have been linked to allergies in the past.
There’s no specific test to determine if a person has a milk allergy.
But, if a milk-allergic person has been drinking milk, it may be important to get a blood test.
If there is a negative result on the test, there’s a good chance that the person is suffering from milk allergies.
People with milk allergies may also have symptoms like: difficulty swallowing