Food allergies in children, clinical manifestations, proper diet therapy. Clinical cases

T.A. Filatova 1,2, M.G. Ipatova 1,2, Y.G. Muhina 1, N.N. Taran 1,3, E.A. Antonova 1

1 Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Moscow, Russia
2 Filatov Moscow City Pediatric Clinic № 13, Moscow, Russia
3 Research Institute of Nutrition, Moscow, Russia

ALLERGOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY IN PEDIATRICS, Volume 55 • Number 4 • December 2018, pp. 18 – 24
DOI: 10.24411/2500-1175-2018-00018

Allergic diseases are global public health problem. Food allergy is the most complicated condition from all allergic diseases. Nutrition is the main factor determining the development and state of the children’s health. For normal development of children require a balanced diet that contains sufficient amount of protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. In children with food allergy, the main treatment is a strict elimination diet with the exclusion from the diet cause significant products, which can lead to the development of nutritional deficiency and deficient states of varying severity. This article describes two clinical cases of children with FA and nutritional deficiency on the background of improper supervision, lack of proper elimination diet, with right compensation and subsidy of clinical nutrition.

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Filatova TA, Ipatova MG, Muhina YG, Taran NN, Antonova EA. Food allergies in children, clinical manifestations, proper diet therapy. Clinical cases. Allergology and Immunology in Pediatrics. 2018;55(4):18-24. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-1175-2018-00018

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