Allergy or Intolerance - [Infographic] | Daily Infographic - Removing my ISA foods (TM) (intolerance, sensitivity, allergy foods) eliminated almost all of my symptoms. Amazing. Yet you do need a process for elimination testing (and you can learn about my process and tracker at CleanEatingandCupcakes.com)
Milk allergy, or dairy allergy, is an adverse immune response to the protein in cow’s milk, that mainly affects children. The symptoms depend on the amount of dairy consumed and the severity of the allergy and include vomiting, diarrhea, dermatitis and coughing.
There are a number of naturally gluten-free foods such as cheese, chocolate and coffee that contain proteins so similar to gluten that your body confuses them for gluten. When you eat these foods your body and immune system react as if you just ate a bowl of whole-wheat pasta.