How to be dairy free

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how to be dairy free

Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-free Living: 1 by Alisa Marie Fleming

I found this book after my own dairy allergy progressed to the point of no longer ignoring it. I felt overwhelmed and did not know where to start. Though, I did find some of the ingredients lists to not be my cup of tea, I will say though that this book combined with her website godairyfree.org changed everything for me. It is where I learned a lot of what I know about allergens and it is my go to place for all things food allergy.

The part of the book I found most fascinating and appreciated was a section where she informs you about different trials that had been done and what the results were. How being dairy free helped children with certain health issues. In my opinion, it helped me to grasp for the first time, how damaging consuming dairy can be and the idea of the little things that go unnoticed were actually symptoms all along (headaches, stomach aches, lack of focus, ect).

I dont particularly follow this cookbook, BUT it did help to create a foundation for me which I truly appreciate and thank her so much for putting this information out there.

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Getting Started on a Gluten-free Diet

I've been mostly dairy-free for about five years and I can't imagine ever going back. Once I gave up dairy, my skin cleared up, my pants felt.
Alisa Marie Fleming

Dairy-Free Diet Guide: Easy Tips & Helpful Advice

Once I gave up dairy, my skin cleared up, my pants felt looser, and my seasonal allergy symptoms dissipated. Some studies indicate that dairy is addictive. We know for sure that during digestion, a protein found in dairy products called casein releases opiates called casomorphins. Personally, the clearer skin, looser pants, and allergy symptom relief are pretty much the best reasons to go dairy-free, but those reasons are of course anecdotal. If going dairy-free relieves your symptoms, then do what works best for you. Learning how to navigate a dairy-free lifestyle and where dairy hides will help you be in control of your diary consumption.

Alternatives to Dairy-Products

Going dairy-free is easy, and making the switch pays off in a number of important ways. I will also show you terrific alternatives to every dairy product in existence. Dairy products are deeply problematic on both health and ethical grounds. Maladies like nasal congestion, digestive problems, acne, or chronic ear infections may vanish within a few weeks. You might therefore consider going dairy-free for a month to see if doing so significantly improves your quality of life. Nutritionally speaking, dairy brings lots of bad news.

This material must not be used for commercial purposes, or in any hospital or medical facility. Failure to comply may result in legal action. Medically reviewed by Drugs. Last updated on Sep 24, What is it? A lactose free diet means eating foods that have no lactose. Lactose is a sugar that is a normal part of milk products.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Vachel B. says:

    Not to rain on your frozen-dairy-dessert parade, but many doctors , nutritionists and studies agree that dairy ought not to be consumed in moderation — dairy has to go.

  2. Pilessporbo says:

    Rather Than Milk...

  3. Kevin K. says:

    This is easily one of the most frequently asked questions that I receive via email and Facebook , so I thought it was about time that I dedicate a post to the topic ….

  4. Bhapabintow says:

    I've been dairy-free for eight years.

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