Infant Allergic Proctocolitis

Infant allergic proctocolitis (IAP) is an immune mediated gastrointestinal disorder typically caused by food proteins ingested by the mother and then passed to the baby through breast milk, or ingested by the baby from formula. The most common protein associated with this disorder is cow’s milk protein, although other food proteins, most notably soy, are also possible causes.

The information below will help you learn more about this condition, and how it can be successfully managed.

- What is allergic procotocolitis?

- Dairy elimination diet

- Soy elimination diet

- Meal ideas for dairy-free/soy-free eating

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