Experts advise not to consume goats’ milk or sheep’s milk in case of cow’s milk allergy. The proteins in these three milks have very comparable structures. A child who is allergic to cow’s milk, also risks being allergic to other milks. In addition, allergies to proteins in goat’s and sheep’s milk seem to be more common. For the same reason, allergists also advise not to give drinks on the basis of non- hydrolysed soy proteins. Rice-based “milk” products, and so-called “milks” from almonds or chestnuts are not advised either (as they are nutritionally unsuitable for growth and could favour the secondary development of other allergies). A diet for an allergic child should be dealt with by a specialist and it is necessary to get medical advice.