Lactose Intolerance Questions
Is it possible that taking enzymes will cause unwanted weight gain? After all, they will likely help you digest your food better. Thus you will be able to get more calories out of your food, instead of passing them out undigested or partially... (more)
You can make non-dairy buttermilk by mixing 1cup non-dairy milk, like almond milk, with 1 tsp lemon juice or apple cider vinegar. Stir, set aside for a few minutes.
Since being diagnosed with celiac and going GF 4 mos ago my 13 yr old has had an increase in GI symptoms. Ironically, he never had any before going GF. His GI doc suggested removing dairy from his diet. So I know that there is a link between... (more)
I love coffee, and for the most part, it doesn't give me any issues. However, sometimes, if I'm using half and half or drinking a latte, I'll develop extreme stomach pain and/or diarrhea. I've never had this problem using heavy cream in my coffee... (more)
Positions on dairy in a "paleo" diet aside... I am lactose intolerant, which I started noticing when I was in high school and my daily carton of milk gave me digestive upset (well, I was sure this was it - could have been my sandwich bread, too).... (more)
Does lactose consumption (of those with the enzyme lactase) have a similar effect to our bodies insulin production as added sugars in SAD foods?
I haven't seen anyone mention this product. I'd like to introduce it to you all since it has worked so well for me. I am severely lactose intolerant. Without taking some kind of supplement for my lactose intolerance, I can't even eat butter as it... (more)
I have never tried it, and I don't get why people keep trying to drink milk when it bothers them. Then again, I guess some butter is worth it. Are you sure it is just the lactose in the milk that is bothering you?
I did the whole 30 about and finished about a month ago. Since then I have added a little bit of dairy back, but I notice if I have milk or yogurt it slightly upsets my stomach. Not like I need the toilet or am going to be sick, just discomfort.... (more)
Lactose Intolerance is tough to diagnose. Some may have other problems which may be confused with lactose intolerance; like i.e. IBS och gluten allergy. But can someone who seems to have problem with lactose get better from abstaining from... (more)
A strange thing happened to me yesterday/this morning which makes me believe I may actually be lactose/dairy intolerant. A couple of weeks ago I started eating 95% paleo with the odd miso soup or safe starch (white rice/rice noodles) post workout.... (more)
Since a good part of the paleo rationale is based on the idea that we are not genetically adapted to eat a certain way, it seems very relevant and quite interesting to look at this example of how quickly such a genetic mutation/adaptation can... (more)
I have quite a modest budget, so I don't think what I eat will provide enough micronutrients for me. I heard a few people take Vitamin D3, K2 and magnesium, and I am almost 100% sure that I am D3 deficient, but I also heard that you need K2 or... (more)
Hi =) I'm very curious, If you are one of the people that became more intolerant or intolerant to a food ( such as dairy) after going paleo, would introducing it slowly make you more tolerant to it? For example, All my life I've been what I used... (more)
I know the hierarchy of dairy. The question becomes if you have sensitivity to the lower levels of this hierarchy, but not at the higher ones should you still consider avoiding it completely? For instance I had a fajita omelet today at a Diner... (more)
As far as I can tell, I have no lactose intolerance. I have been drinking at least a glass of milk every day, usually more, ever since I was born. (My mother is a big milk supporter.) That said, I would like to try going dairy free on the... (more)
Hey guys my health has improved since paleo, I've also lost weight and been more energetic BUT: 1) I now get headaches most times when I eat at restaurants. 2) I am now more lactose intolerant than ever. 3) I carry my own coconut flour muffins... (more)