Re: allergic and going through formula
I have to agree with Whiskers here. Casein, the predominant allergen in cow's milk, is also present in goat's milk. An allergy to cow's milk (true allergy) will likely mean there's also an allergy to goat's milk. Furthermore, goat's milk is lacking in essential nutrients needed for human development, so unless properly supplemented, it is not a good alternative at all. A much better option, when dealing with formula allergies and intolerances is to discuss the issue with the pediatrician and find an option that works for the child. Nutramigen, Alimentum, Neocate and Elecare exist for the management of food allergies in infants and young children.