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Yogurt Intolerance

Commented on June 14, 2011
Created June 14, 2011 at 5:29 AM

This is an odd ball and maybe a fluke of not enough testing yet having been done but let me throw it out there. I've been reintroducing dairy. I started with yogurt and it upset me a bit, but reintroduction of dairy involves up regulating of enzymes which takes time. That much I'm okay with. But over the last week, I've noticed something. Yogurt seems to bother me; however, milk doesn't. Is there a reason yogurt would be more aggravating than milk? For those of you keeping track at home, this is lightly pasteurized milk from A2 cows.

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Hey Rhubarb - I haven't had any dairy yet (120 days), thinking of introducing something - thought that yogurt might have some pro biotic content - what is A1/2?

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Is your yogurt A2? If not sounds like you may have an issue with A1 casein proteins - which is not uncommon.

I would see if you can track down some A2 yogurt or use the A2 milk to make your own.

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on June 14, 2011
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Hey Rhubarb - I haven't had any dairy yet (120 days), thinking of introducing something - thought that yogurt might have some pro biotic content - what is A1/2?

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