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Ribbit
Friday, January 18, 2008, 7:11pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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If I am a Warrior, I ate two of the cheeses that should be avoids.  Under the A nonnie diet, they were neutral.  So it might be that I need to be absolutely certain of my genotype before I try a dairy product again.


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

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Update on dairy.

Every cottage cheese brand I've looked at has milk in it.  It has cultured milk, then milk.  This sounds fishy to me.  


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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Ribbit,

My sis, MadameButterfly is a warrior - she made her own cottage cheese.  

There is a grt thread on cottage cheese in the GenoType diet section     "Cottage Cheese, Ricotta, Quark"
it has links to recipes.






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Update on dairy.

Every cottage cheese brand I've looked at has milk in it.  It has cultured milk, then milk.  This sounds fishy to me.  


Yes, Ribbit, they seem to all have non-cultured milk in them, and there is no reason under the sun to justify this. I do hope you are feeling better than you were a few weeks ago! I nursed both my children, and I had to be very careful about getting the right thing to eat so I wouldn't just collapse from exhaustion. So I can certainly sympathize with you. I would think some NAP protein powder would be very helpful to you right now. It is balanced and also contains ARA (1 gram to the serving) which is one of the best things I've ever taken to give me a sense of well-being. I also have ARA in caps. But a can of protein powder would probably get you in good shape in no time. I highly recommend it. I just throw it into the blender where I already have some soy milk (without carrageenan in it) whirling with some kind of fruit. (I do hope your 2.5 year old is starting to sleep later!)I think I would resort to filling a bottle or two for the baby for a couple of those night feedings! Or one, if two is too much for you. My husband, poor thing, got up and took care of one feeding for me. Felt like heaven too.....
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Spring,
Thanks for thinking of me.  I am still 100% exhausted and I get so frustrated because I feel like I can't get anything done.  There's always somebody crying and always somebody hungry who doesn't want almonds again.  Such is life with small children, I know.  I asked for it.  I get snipets of time every once in a while to come check posts and e-mail, but I have to stop often and check on somebody.

I have thought of pumping milk for nighttime, but my husband won't get up.  He sleeps so hard he never hears anything, and if I shake him awake while nursing the baby so he can take care of the 2 y.o. who wakes up, he gets mad.  He's so disoriented and confused that it makes him angry.  So no, waking him up to take care of the baby isn't an option.  I'm thinking of moving the baby in with my 5 y.o. to see if maybe at least I won't wake up every time she twitches.  Problem is, she sleeps so much better if she's ON me.  *sigh*  What to do.

I'll go check out the cheese post.  I want to make my own.


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Maybe a 10-14 year old child would be willing to be your helper during afternoons some days, playing with the kids, so you can nap with baby or some such.  You may find that this child can make doing chores like laundry a fun thing for all to get some of that work done during the time, as a bonus, a few times, too.

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