Cow's milk allergy is the most common food allergy in children under the age of three. Fortunately, it's an intolerance that children often grow out of. Cow's milk is often the first foreign protein we consume and the child's immune system can classify the milk protein as "foreign" or "dangerous", triggering an allergic reaction. Children with a cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA) require a special milk-free non-allergenic diet.
Bimbosan Riso PH is especially suitable for the dietary management of infants up to twelve months who are allergic to milk protein or suffer from galactosemia or lactose intolerance.
Breast feeding is best for baby, including infants with CMPA. If breastfeeding is not possible, infant formula or foods for special medical purposes based on partially hydrolysed rice protein or partially hydrolysed single amino acids can be used as an alternative. Foods based on highly hydrolysed cow's milk proteins are also an option. For children with CMPA, a doctor will decide which food is the most suitable.
Riso PH – the specialist formula for special nutritional needs
With its innovative Riso PH product, Bimbosan has launched a special formula based on partially hydrolysed rice protein. The product is officially classed as a food for special medical purposes and features in HOCHDORF's Smart Nutrition range. Manufacturing Smart Nutrition products requires sound knowledge of nutritional physiology and reliable technological competence to carefully process the raw materials.
A product developed from scratch by HOCHDORF, Bimbosan Riso PH is especially suitable for the dietary management of infants up to twelve months who are allergic to milk protein or suffer from galactosemia or lactose intolerance. Riso PH has a high-quality, 100% vegan product composition and is free from allergens, lactose, sugar, soy and palm oil.
Recognised by health insurance companies, Bimbosan Riso PH should only be prescribed in consultation with a paediatrician or a specialist and used under medical guidance. This innovative product has been available in pharmacies in Switzerland since autumn 2021, offering parents of children with a cow's milk allergy a high-quality alternative if breastfeeding is not possible.
European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition (ESPGHAN). Koletzko S., et al. Diagnostic approach and management of cow’s-milk protein allergy in infants and children: ESPGHAN GI Committee Practical Guidelines. JPGN 2012;55:221-229, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2904490/#