- Dairy Tolerance
- Absolutely No Dairy
- Cutting Dairy
- Dairy Intolorant
- Dairy Substitute
- Dairy Elimination
If you can't tolerate dairy, it is not the dairy it is you!!!! and there are steps you can take to tolerate dairy. the body adapts and dairy can be your best friend if you establish a strong foundation. what do I mean by foundation?... (more)
Is whole, non-homogenized, creamline milk a good recovery drink? I know many people say drink chocolate milk post workout, and I was wondering if just an organic, grassfed, creamline milk would work? I'm trying to lean out, and I know milk is good... (more)
Skim Milk and protein powder, who needs fat in their post workout drink? Not you, not anyone. Will one glass hurt your progress? Maybe not, but it will be another opportunity missed to ingest something that will help with your progress.
Three hundred ninety-one. That was the total cholesterol count staring back at me 2 months ago from my lab results. Now, when I asked my doctor to order the test, I was expecting it to be out of range. 250 or so was what I expected and I was... (more)
I saw tubs of coconut oil going really cheap the other day. I'm pretty sure it is refined, but not hydrogenated. As it's cheaper than the homemade ghee I've been using, I thought I would buy some. I have two questions though: Is refined coconut... (more)
The number of seniors older 55 and older is accretionary dramatically. Some of these seniors can stay alive in their "golden eld" and penury not accept themselves to a fashion of inactiveness. Individual boomers already live they can screw an... (more)
Me and my girlfriend both do not suffer any ill affects from gluten or dairy but since going paleo we cut it out just because we followed basic paleo and didn't miss anything. We however do love a few things. Cream to go with our strawberries and... (more)
On a bulk here and looking to try GOMAD. I know it's not strictly paleo, this is mostly for convenience as I just don't have time to be preparing food all day with my schedule at the moment. Now obviously a little extra fat on a bulk is... (more)
"Carbs do not make you fat" ... Of course they do. If you keep them below a reasonable threshold you may not put on extra fat but carbs are the driver of the body's fat storage hormone called insulin. Science people, science.
Hello all, This is my first post here. A quick backstory on me: I am 29 years old and lived a very healthy, active lifestyle as a personal trainer, nutritionist and business owner for many years. At 26 I got hit with adrenal fatigue... (more)
Guys, for those of you who have helped I thank you kindly. I didn't come here to banter around with the uninformed but that's what it's turned into. I will take my questions elsewhere
Hi guys, well...i'm not really feeling so balanced with my diet...I get about 1500 a day, and i'm an athlete. I green smoothie and eat about 500 calories of animal protein a day I don't really like eggs, and I don't like nut butters So..I... (more)
I've been reading up stuff on allergies and came upon a bit about how some allergies are psychosomatic. They not only make your body react, but also your mind. I'm thinking that this may be the case with me. For one, I noticed that I was... (more)
I get anxiety, brain fog and other wierd reactions from many foods, but dairy is definitely one of the worst. But, being very low in carbs (at least for a start) can make me anxious as well.
So obviously many people have small cheats here and there or do whole cheat days weekly. Every other day or so I tend to incorporate something small that i shouldn't have - green beans with dinner, white rice as a side, goat cheese on my burger... (more)
It also depends entirely on your own personal paleo prescription. For instance I don't count cheese in moderation to be a "cheat" - I also don't consider white rice to be a "cheat" though I try not to have it every day. However, pinto beans are... (more)
In particular, I'm interested on the link between dairy consumption and mucus production. How much before you start to notice changes? Anyone know if its cow specific or does dairy from other animals have the same effect? What about human breast... (more)
When I was a child, I had a severe dairy allergy- to the point that if someone was handling cheese then touched me, I would break out in hives. I outgrew my allergy at a younger age (probably younger than 10). Since then I've eaten any and all... (more)
The Austin Primal meetup hosted Dr Sebring over the weekend and one thing I noticed was he picked on Casein quite a lot as a problematic protein, causing inflammation and in general the same kinds of problems that gluten causes. He recommended... (more)
There was some noise about A1 versus A2 casein a few years back. The studies supporting A2 over A1 weren't that compelling in the end, nobody consuming different types of casein can tell the difference.
I have been pretty much dairy free with the exception of grassfed ghee and occasional kefir. We recently went to Europe for a month where it was a little challenging to have clean meals everyday, so I decided to just enjoy the experience and try... (more)
Anyone else noticed dairy affecting their energy levels over time? I recently reintroduced homemade Kefir into my diet after a few months of not consuming it; for about a week, I was tired, achy, and generally sick-ish, which sounded similar to... (more)
Here's the link to the page http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsweek/Glycemic_index_and_glycemic_load_for_100_foods.htm I thought that fat slowed digestion so that the glucose from the lactose enters your bloodstream slower? (more)
Black coffee is great, don't get me wrong. Most of the time I love it, but recently I've been missing my old coffee with milk or cream, and I was wondering what is the healthiest alteration. I have added full fat greek yogurt back into my diet,... (more)
Just look for heavy cream without additives. Read the label. A few at the grocery store have stabilizers and weird stuff, most have carageenan. Trader Joe's and my co-op both have organic heavy cream without additives.
When you culture milk, the bacteria live off of the lactose, correct? Does that mean that a batch of yogurt / kefir that starts with nonfat milk will end up with more total bacteria than a batch made from the same amount of whole milk? I'm aware... (more)
In podcast episode 11, Dr. O'Bryan mentioned, almost in passing, that for many people, their bodies 'read' dairy consumption as gluten with the same physiological reactions/symptoms. Do any of you know the references for this assertion or... (more)
Ok, so I spent some time researching what the Irish Ancestral Diet looked like, particularly before the potato, and after reading many sources it came out looking like Paleo + oats and dairy, with the caveat that they were both primary sources of... (more)
I was raised in the Midwest, and have always had a diet rich in dairy products (raised on dairy farm). I know that there are a multitude of studies showing that dairy products are poor for your health, and plenty that claim the opposite. What is... (more)
Hi all, I just recently purchased this product Now Acidophilus & Bifidus 8 Billion and just realized once I got home that it says "Note for those highly sensitive to milk protein: This product may contain minute amounts of casein." on the... (more)
If you have a true allergy to dairy whether its casein, lactose, or whey, obviously ingesting it could be fatal.
Hi, I have been on the paleo diet for close to four months now and have been feeling great. Every now and then I cheat ie had chocolate cake at a birthday, sampled some ice cream I made for the kids etc. A couple of weeks ago I was worrying... (more)