Infants and toddlers have a much more permeable GI tract, and therefore are very susceptible to food allergies. Food allergies and sensitivities may cause a wide range of adverse reactions to the skin, respiratory system, stomach, and other physiological functions of the body.
Our companion site, Sinus & Allergy Center of the Midwest, includes detailed information on food allergies in children, including:
Signs and symptoms of food allergies
Extent of the food allergy problem
Diagnosing food allergies in children
Treating food allergies
Preventing food allergies