A Case Study on the Specific Oral Tolerance Milk Induction in 2-YearOld Child

Oksana Matsyura*, Nándor Takács, Lesya Besh, Natalia Lukyanenko, Livia Simon Sarkadi and Sandor G. Vari

Cow’s milk allergy is the most common food allergies in toddlers. Therapeutic approach of cow’s milk allergy consists of eliminating milk and its derivatives from the diet or specific oral tolerance induction. Use of an elimination diet deprives children of the nutrients and minerals they need for harmonious physical development. Specific oral tolerance induction is an alternative treatment option to gradually expose children to the food that is causing the allergy and let their bodies adapt, so that children can still get the beneficial nutrients.

Published Date: 2021-10-26; Received Date: 2020-12-12