Hello! You’ve most likely found yourself here because you’ve recently had a diagnosis of Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA) for your little one, or you suspect that dairy might be causing a problem for them. This page will point you to some great starter resources, so that you can get to grips with CMPA, and get rid of that awful overwhelming feeling you’ve got right now. I’ve been there, and I get it, so don’t worry – you’re in good hands. Together we can get to the bottom of what’s going on with your little one, help you adjust to a dairy free lifestyle if required, find you some dairy free chocolate and help you continue to breastfeed your little one if that’s what you want to do.
So this page is like a little directory, pointing you to more useful resources and helping you find the information easily and quickly whenever you need it. It’s regularly updated, as are all the pages linked from here so please bookmark this page rather than screen shot, so that you’re always getting the most up to date info. If there are more resources you’d like to see or you have more questions feel free to send me a message over on my Facebook page or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Get Some Confirmation
Get Some Answers
You have lots of questions, I know. Start here, and hopefully we can get some answered.
- Frequently asked questions about CMPA
- If you prefer listening to reading, check out my FAQ video on YouTube
- More FAQ pages coming soon
Get Some Dairy Free Treats
Get Some More Information
- Alternative milks comparison and more diet information
- Eating out with food allergies
- Tips for dairy free holidays
- 10 things that don’t suck about being dairy free
- Our journey so far
- Practical tips for breastfeeding with CMPA
- Considering Moving On From Breastfeeding
- Myths about breastfeeding with CMPA
- What to do when going dairy free doesn’t work
Get Some More Support
Come join our Breastfeeding with CMPA and Other Food Allergies Facebook group and get some support from over 3000 mums who really do get it. Look out for a message from our admin team after you request to join.
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