What’s the Clinical Evidence?
There is a growing body of clinical evidence showing the negative health consequences of dairy consumption—especially for children. We selected a handful of relevant papers—but there is so much more we can help you find. Just reach out.
Malik; Panuganti (2023)
This review describes the pathophysiology and symptoms of lactose intolerance, plus highlights the role of the interprofessional team in its management.
Dairy Intake and Acne Vulgaris
Juhl et al (2018)
This meta-analysis suggests any dairy, such as milk, yogurt, and cheese, was associated with an increased odds ratio for acne in individuals aged 7-30 years.
Food anaphylaxis in the United Kingdom: analysis of national data, 1998-2018
Conrado, et al. (2021)
Hospital admissions for food induced anaphylaxis have increased from 1998 to 2018. In school aged children, cow’s milk is now the most common single cause of fatal anaphylaxis.
The role of nutrition in asthma prevention and treatment
Alwarith, et al. (2020)
Shows dairy consumption is associated with increased risk of asthma and might exacerbate asthmatic symptoms. Current literature supports reducing dairy consumption to help manage clinical symptoms.