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    It is probably the soy. Cow milk protein and soy milk protein are very similar. It is usually advised to eliminate both of them, if diagnosed with CMPI.

    There is some information about it here under the "What is the treatment for Cow's Milk Protein Intolerance" heading:
    http://www.gikids.org/content/103/en/

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    I saw the LC yesterday and I am going to start weaning DS over to AllerPro. At least then I won't have to worry about anything I'm eating. Cutting out all soy as well as dairy is just too difficult and too restrictive when I have a family to cook for!

    Fingers crossed he does well on the formula otherwise we'll have to go to something like Neocate.

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    What is the basis of AllerPro if not dairy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    What is the basis of AllerPro if not dairy?
    It's based on cows milk but the protein has been broken down so it can be more easily tolerated.

    Neocate is amino-acid based so is pretty much broken down to the basic elements.


 

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