Natural history of soy allergy and/or intolerance in children, and clinical use of soy‐protein formulas

@article{Cantani1997NaturalHO,
  title={Natural history of soy allergy and/or intolerance in children, and clinical use of soy‐protein formulas},
  author={Arnaldo Cantani and Piergiorgio Lucenti},
  journal={Pediatric Allergy and Immunology},
  year={1997},
  volume={8}
}
Atopic diseases of infants and children are common, debilitating, chronic and sometimes even life‐threatening. Several well‐conducted studies in high risk babies have demonstrated a significant reduction in the prevalence and severity of atopic diseases with dietary and environmental manipulations. The currently available cow's milk (CM) substitutes for infants are soy protein (SP) formulas (SPFs), hydrolyzed formulas (HF), and home‐made meat‐based formulas. Soybeans have been cultivated in… Expand
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