Is all the dairy in your cupboard now a bad thing?
The answer, it seems, depends on what you want to eat.
If you want a healthy, balanced diet, it can be tempting to avoid dairy altogether.
But is that true?
Here’s what you need to know about dairy allergies and how to keep them under control.
The main dairy allergy The most common form of dairy allergy is known as an IgE antibody response, or IgE-A, to cow’s milk proteins.
It is also called a milk allergy.
The antibodies in cow’s or sheep’s milk are produced by the immune system and they cause the immune cells in your body to attack other proteins in your food.
A dairy allergy does not usually develop in people without cow’s and sheep’s proteins in their diet, but in people who eat them regularly, it is often caused by exposure to them in foods such as milk or cheese.
This is why it is important to avoid exposure to dairy in the first place.
Dairy is a good source of protein and it can also be a good choice of source for some people with allergies.
For those with milk allergies, eating a high-quality cow’s (or sheep’s) product can help with digestion and absorption.
But in a person with a milk-allergic reaction, this may not be enough.
It may also be more difficult to avoid the dairy altogether, as people with the allergy may find it hard to absorb some of the protein in milk.
Dairy allergies can be mild and may not require treatment.
However, if you have symptoms or signs of a more severe allergy, such as severe reactions to certain proteins in milk or milk products, a doctor may be called in.
The best thing to do is talk to your doctor about whether it’s worth the extra effort.
The first sign of a dairy allergy can be wheezing, difficulty breathing or severe wheezings, and is sometimes confused with an allergic reaction.
It can be especially hard to identify wheezers if they smell or taste, so your doctor will be able to rule out wheezer-related allergies.
If a person’s symptoms get worse, or their breathing becomes laboured or laboured, they may need urgent medical attention.
If this happens, you should go to hospital and get checked out.
A person’s wheezes can be quite unpleasant, but a doctor can often diagnose wheezal symptoms from their labours and the wheezed air.
A wheez and a wheez.
Image copyright Getty Images A dairy-allergy test A dairy allergies test can help diagnose wheeze and wheez if you’re unsure if the wheezy or wheez is related to a more serious allergy.
This test is often used in people with mild to moderate wheezing and wheeez, or those who have wheezable or breathless breath.
You should take the test if you: are allergic to dairy or milk (or both)