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A dietician from the Royal Victoria Infirmary has offered advice regarding milk intolerance and milk allergies.
Dan Newton, a 10-year-old from Cumbria, is allergic to milk and has written a dairy free cookbook.
Sandra Adams explains his condition:
Read about Dan Newton here.
Dan Newton was diagnosed with a rare dairy allergy when he was just six days old and, to try and turn his allergy into a positive learning experience, his teachers have helped him write and publish his very own dairy-free cookbook.
Amy Dunsmuir went to meet him at the book's official launch.
Dan Newton has a rare liver condition called galactosemia, which means he can't eat dairy.
He's now using his condition as inspiration for a new cookbook that he's selling at his school.
The 10-year-old was first diagnosed with the condition when he was just six-days-old, as his parents Hayley and Richard, told us:
A ten-year-old boy from Cumbria has written and published his very own, dairy-free, cookbook.
Dan Newton has a rare condition called galactosemia, which means he can't eat dairy.
He's been selling signed copies of his book at his school, Braithwaite Church of England Primary.
A ten-year-old boy from Cumbria has written and published his very own cook book.
Dan Newton is allergic to dairy and filled the book with dairy-free recipes.
He was selling signed copies of the book at Brathwaite Church of England Primary school yesterday and told us some of his favourites recipes.
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10-year-old Dan Newton has a rare dairy allergy and has written a dairy-free cookbook. These are a few of his favourite recipes.