Babies are born with a very weak immune system which is strengthened by breast feeding, this is the best way to feed your baby, preferably to age six months. If this is not possible in certain circumstances then formula milk is introduced. However, most formula milk contains whey protein which comes from cows milk. The protein from cows milk can potentially cause an allergic reaction in babies and ought to be avoided in the first 12 months of life. Symptoms of allergy in your baby can include symptoms such as eczema, asthma, recurring ear infections, cough, nasal congestion, colic and continuous crying.

To help ease these symptoms we can recommend very specific nutritional supplements that can be prescribed for very young babies. These are mineral salts which are completely safe and can be crushed into a powder for dissolving in water or adding to a small quantity of food.

Cows milk intolerance can be tested with Bioresonance which uses electromagnetic energy waves to detect allergies. The cows milk allergy can be desensitised for a baby using Bioresonance therapy, it is completely safe and extremely successful. Simply eliminating cows milk will soon show health improvements in a child with health problems. Occasionally symptoms may get worse before they get better, for example the eczema or asthma may get worse. With asthma you must continue with any prescribed medicine and work closely with your Doctor, but this should not discourage you from trying to eliminate cows milk to help your baby’s health.

The best alternative for very young babies is Nanny goats milk powder formula or fresh goats milk diluted to start with and going on to normal strength.

While breast feeding avoid eggs, fish, nuts and milk and avoid exposure to very dusty environments, cats, cigarette smoke and be very cautious about the introduction of foods. Childhood allergies are often related to cows milk, soya, peanuts, egg white, fish, wheat, oats, barley, rye and oranges. The safest foods for the first 12 months of life are goats milk, and after six months introduce:

  • Pureed vegetables (except potatoes, tomatoes, red and green pepper and aubergine )
  • Pureed fruits (except oranges)
  • Ground seeds
  • Pulses and beans mashed (except soya )
  • Hard boiled egg yolk
  • Meat and poultry, very small portions, mashed (no pork, bacon, sausage or any pork product or any cured meats)