You are not alone: 6 out of 10 moms we surveyed were unaware that a cow’s milk allergy (CMA) is indicative of more allergies later in life, a phenomenon known as the Allergic March.†
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* Asthma, eczema, rhinoconjuntivitis and urticaria at 3 years in infants with CMA consuming extensively hydrolyzed formula with LGG compared to extensively hydrolyzed formula alone. Feeding began at 4 months or older in the study.
† Survey conducted by OnePoll for Mead Johnson Nutrition™ with a sample of 900 American moms of infants aged 0-1 (from May 9-22, 2019) and 100 American pediatricians (May 9-21, 2019)