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Goat Butter + Goat Cheese + Goat Milk Safe?

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I noticed I don't get digestion issues with these foods, but not sure how it affects my acne jsr yet. Anyone ever try goat products??

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Yeah. Unfortunately they make me break out just as bad as regular milk.


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even goat butter and cheese,..?

what about french or italian butter?

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You have to try it for yourself.


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Yeah, you have to just try for yourself. Butter doesn't do anything bad to me (goat or cow) but any milk, yogurt, cheese, kefir, etc = BAD. But that's just me.


Current Skin-Care Regimen (A work in progress):

Morning:

Gentle wash with DKR cleanser

Benzoyl Peroxide 2.5% (Following Dan's Regimen)

DKR Lotion + A squirt of Argan or Grapeseed oil (The lotion alone wasn't hydrating enough)

Skin 79 Korean BB Cream (excellent stuff)

Evening:

Gentle Wash with DKR Cleanser

Benzoyl Peroxide 2.5% (Following Dan's Regimen)

DKR Lotion + A squirt of Argan or Grapeseed oil


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Thing is its soooo hard for me to tell whats causing my acne.

I mean if i can get to a point where i get no new breakouts, than i can pinpoint what is causing it.

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Cow's milk was the source of my cystic acne (which has since cleared up completely in the 4 years since I cut it out of my diet completely.) I introduced goat products into my diet last year without terrible consequences. I can eat goat milk yogurt without it affecting my skin at all. However, if I eat too much goat cheese I get some small pimples and my skin becomes red/agitated. If I eat it in moderation nothing really happens. I've never tried goat butter or goat milk. I replaced butter in my diet with Earth Balance and milk with unsweetened soy milk.

I think everyone reacts differently so you'll have to just try it yourself and see what happens!

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Cow's milk was the source of my cystic acne (which has since cleared up completely in the 4 years since I cut it out of my diet completely.) I introduced goat products into my diet last year without terrible consequences. I can eat goat milk yogurt without it affecting my skin at all. However, if I eat too much goat cheese I get some small pimples and my skin becomes red/agitated. If I eat it in moderation nothing really happens. I've never tried goat butter or goat milk. I replaced butter in my diet with Earth Balance and milk with unsweetened soy milk.

I think everyone reacts differently so you'll have to just try it yourself and see what happens!

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I can eat goat cheese two

Cow's milk was the source of my cystic acne (which has since cleared up completely in the 4 years since I cut it out of my diet completely.) I introduced goat products into my diet last year without terrible consequences. I can eat goat milk yogurt without it affecting my skin at all. However, if I eat too much goat cheese I get some small pimples and my skin becomes red/agitated. If I eat it in moderation nothing really happens. I've never tried goat butter or goat milk. I replaced butter in my diet with Earth Balance and milk with unsweetened soy milk.

I think everyone reacts differently so you'll have to just try it yourself and see what happens!

Thanks for the response. How much is too much goat cheese if you do not mind me asking

Also, regarding butter, since butter is technically just fat, it shouldnt be a problem I think..

Earth balance? Which earth balance product do you use?

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yup. Spawned two huges pimples on my cheek. Been also eating goat butter like a mad-man. Correlation = causation in this case

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Yeah, you have to just try for yourself. Butter doesn't do anything bad to me (goat or cow) but any milk, yogurt, cheese, kefir, etc = BAD. But that's just me.

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I have been having little goat milk with my tea in the morning--less than quarter cup but daily and about 1/2 cup of homemade goat yogurt daily 1 week so far.. I will keep you updated if I think any breakout is due to that. I use raw goat milk and make yogurt out of it too.

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I have been having little goat milk with my tea in the morning--less than quarter cup but daily and about 1/2 cup of homemade goat yogurt daily 1 week so far.. I will keep you updated if I think any breakout is due to that. I use raw goat milk and make yogurt out of it too.

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