The Allergy Check - MILK test
The Allergy Check - MILK test is the test to find out at home if you are allergic to milk. The Allergy Check has a unique patented system with which you can determine within 30 minutes whether you have a cow's milk allergy. The result of the test is clear and 98% surpasses the golden standard of the laboratory tests.
In the Allergy Check - MILK test you will find the following components:
- Dutch leaflet
- 2 sterile lancets
- Blood collection tube
- Tube with developing fluid
- Test cassette
Allergy to milk
Cow's milk allergy and lactose intolerance are two different conditions that are often confused. This is also not strange, since both bring about the same complaints:
- Stomach ache
- Skin rash
The difference between cow's milk protein allergy and lactose intolerance is that an allergic reaction takes place in people with a milk allergy and in people with lactose intolerance the enzyme lactase is missing so that the lactose in milk cannot be broken down.
Do you think you or your child have a milk allergy? Then do the Allergy Check - MILK to find out.
With an allergic reaction, the body reacts excessively to allergens. Allergens are usually harmless substances that can elicit an allergic reaction. The excessive reaction of the body causes the symptoms associated with the allergy.
If there is a cow's milk protein allergy, it is advisable not to consume dairy products made from cow's milk. This is because there is an allergy to certain proteins from the milk and these proteins often also occur in dairy products. Milk from goats or sheep often does no harm, just like the products made from it. In some cases, however, an allergic reaction to goat's or sheep's milk also occurs because some proteins are found in both cow's milk, goat's milk and sheep's milk.