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BA1984
Thursday, October 2, 2008, 10:38pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I was wondering if theres any lactose intolerant b Nomads out there? do you just cut out all dairy?  or how do you still stick to it when most dairy makes you feel so bad and cuases so much mucus?
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Thursday, October 2, 2008, 10:50pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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If you are lactose-intolerant, just cut out the non-cultured dairy altogether.  Does yogurt also cause you any trouble?  I have two friends who are lactose intolerant but who handle yogurt fine.
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DH thought he was lactose-intolerant.  He was totally dairy-free for a few years.  After being on the BTD a few months I convinced him to try dairy again, thinking maybe his body had healed.  It had, and now he eats insane amounts (can you tell I'm jealous?) of cheese.  Maybe given enough time on the diet your body will heal too.


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Victoria
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I don't eat cow dairy, except for ghee.

One cup of goat milk yogurt every day is splendid for my body!  More than that bogs me down, and is unnecessary.

I keep some Manchego (sheep) cheese in the fridge and grate a little bit for an occasional garnish.  1/4 pound will last a couple of weeks or more, and usually I forget it until it molds.  Quite a change from the dairy queen that I used to be on the BTD!  



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here I join Victoria and there are some lactase pillies to help over the probs http://www.natvd.com  


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BA1984
Monday, October 6, 2008, 5:34am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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those lactose pill don't work for me. I have problems with gas and mucus. it might help with gas, but not mucus. I still get mucus problems with yoghurt - but maybe I was eating too much. cheese, sour cream are okay. but not commercial kefir.
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Lemons in warm water every morning might help cut the mucous down.  I eat a good amount of dairy.  I don't feel I have a mucous problem, but it's there sometimes.  But I'm also trying to rebuild the mucousal lining in my stomach after taking too many antibiotics to kill a bad infection of H.Pylori and when I had dental work done.  I had a root canal go bad and I did what the dentist said.


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Yogurt used to bother DH--made him sniffly--but when we started making our own it cleared up.


ISTJ, BTD since 5/05.  Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.

"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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Victoria
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If you're brave, try goat yogurt, and stick to one cup.

Goat and sheep dairy are much easier to digest.



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of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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My kids seem to like it.  But it has the fruit in it.


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Victoria
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Can you buy goat's milk and make your own yogurt?  It's real easy and I'll be glad to give directions.  You don't even need a yogurt maker, only a tiny ice-chest, the size of a 6-pack.



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