1. Cow’s Milk
An allergy to cow’s milk is most often seen in babies and young children, especially when they have been exposed to cow’s milk protein before they are six months old (5, 6).
An egg allergy is the second most common cause of food allergy in children (10, 11).
3. Tree Nuts
People with a tree nut allergy will also be allergic to food products made with these nuts, such as nut butters and oils.
A shellfish allergy doesn’t tend to resolve over time, so most people with the condition must exclude all shellfish from their diet to avoid having an allergic reaction (33).
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