Principles of personalized diet therapy of cow’s milk allergy in children

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Cow’s milk allergy protein (CMPA) is the leading cause of food allergy in infants and young children. The personalized diet prescription, providing individual medical nutrition can be reliable guaranty of effective treatment for diverse range of CMPA symptoms. In spite of the fact that there are a lot of special infant formula in Russia, pediatricians and allergologists have difficulties in choosing appropriate diet. The suggested algorithm of individual option of extensively hydrolyzed proteinbased formula for CMPA patients will help doctors to optimize diet.

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V A Reviykina

Scientific Research Institute of Nutrition

Email: 5356797@mail.ru

I A Larkova

Scientific Research Institute of Nutrition


E D Kuvshinova

Scientific Research Institute of Nutrition


M I Shavkina

Scientific Research Institute of Nutrition


M V Boitcov

Scientific Research Institute of Nutrition


V A Mukhortykh

Scientific Research Institute of Nutrition


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