Milk allergy is very common in adults.
Milk allergy is much more common in children than in adults. However, most children outgrow the allergy by 2 or 3. Symptoms of milk allergy include hives, vomiting and breathing problems after consuming a dairy product. Many adults may experience symptoms similar to milk allergy, as adults often have trouble digesting the sugar in milk. This is called "lactose intolerance." It isn't a true allergy. The symptoms of lactose intolerance are bloating, cramping, nausea, gas and diarrhoea.
Lamb and Rice Are Hypoallergenic, Meaning They Cannot Cause Allergic Reactions.
It's Possible for true Allergies to develop after adolescence.
Hives Are Always a Sign of a Food Allergy.
Most People with Allergies Can't Eat Even a Little of what they're Allergic To.
If I vomit Every Time I Eat a Food, I'm probably allergic to It.