Be cautious with this combination
- For diabetes: Casein peptides 12-17.6 grams, with or without leucine 5 grams, have been taken with meals.
- For high blood pressure: Certain casein peptides, sometimes called lactotripeptides, have been used in doses of 10.5 mg daily for 4-21 weeks.
- For eczema (atopic dermatitis): Specific casein peptide formulas (Nutramigen or Progestimil, Mead Johnson) have been used for 4-6 months.
- For allergies: A specific casein peptide formula (Nutramigen, Mead Johnson) has been used for 4-6 months.
- For cow's milk allergy: A variety of casein peptide formulas have been used, including Alimentum (Abbot Laboratories), Damira 2000 (Nutrition & Sante S.L.), Frisolac Allergycare (Friesland Nutrition), and Nutramigen (Mead Johnson).
- For diabetes: A specific casein peptide-based formula (Nutramigen, Mead Johnson) has been used when breastmilk is not available, starting at birth and lasting up to 6-8 months of age.
- For excessive crying in infants (colic): Specific casein peptide formulas have been used for up to 7 days. These include Alimentum (Abbot Laboratories) and Nutramigen (Mead Johnson).
- For high levels of a chemical called bilirubin in the blood of newborns (jaundice): Casein peptide formulas, including Nutramigen (Mead Johnson), have been used for 1-3 weeks.