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DAIRY... Just wondering guys.........

DAIRY  

21 members have voted

  1. 1. Does dairy break you out??

    • Yes
      7
    • No
      6
    • Not sure, maybe.
      7
    • Only if I eat alot of it.
      1
  2. 2. Do goat milk products break you out?

    • Yes
      1
    • No
      2
    • Not sure, never tried it.
      18


I REALLY want to start eating dairy again because I dont KNOW for sure if it was making me break out before... the reason why I want to start eating dairy again is because I want to gain weight. I am thinking of starting with organic goat's milk products, like cheese and yogurt... but I'm SO scared!! How soon do you think I will be able to tell if I'm breaking out form dairy? Thanks for participating in my poll guys :).

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Yes dairy breaks me out like there is no tomorrow lol I break out anywhere from 20-45 minutes after I eat dairy, the skim milk I think it is. I dont know why that happens to me :shrug: I never had this problem until last november

Why dont you just buy some double rainbow ice cream? You are sure to gain weight that way and it probably wont break you out ;)

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Yes dairy breaks me out like there is no tomorrow lol I break out anywhere from 20-45 minutes after I eat dairy, the skim milk I think it is. I dont know why that happens to me :shrug: I never had this problem until last november

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Sometimes people who have trouble digesting cow milk and cow milk products do better on goat milk. It might be worth a try.

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Nope, doesn't break me out. Although I question how good it is for you in general.

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i believe so for me. seems to happen every time i try to eat ice cream. im have a moderate intolerance to cow's and goat's milk, and casein (protein found in all dairy), so at the very least, it would cause a lot of inflammation in me.

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If you want to consume dairy, drink RAW (not organic, RAW, but good raw milk is organic milk anyway), unpasteruzied milk or homemade kefir, with live kefir grains.

Dairy is usually problematic besaic of its lactose and hard-to-digest protein. Unpasteurzied milk has live enzymes that aid in digestion, as well as protein that is much more digestable (is that a word?).

http://www.realmilk.com/whichchoose.html

Kefir can be made from pasteurized milk. The fermentation process ultimately turns the pasteurized milk into living food.

Oh, and all dairy is mucous-forming; that can't be helped. : -(

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It didn't break me out - in the sense that, regardless of whether or not I consumed dairy products I still had acne.

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i consume whey concentrate daily with no visible adverse effects so i don't think i have sensitivity to the milk proteins or lactose

the high iodine content on the other hand could be a problem

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I went for about six months without dairy once and the only difference is that I was unhappier without my milk. :(

I'm probably biased-- I grew up on a Swiss dairy farm. However, in my personal experience, dairy doesn't affect me that way. I know that different nationalities process milk differently (for instance, western Europeans are the best at handling dairy because they've been drinking it for centuries), so perhaps that's a factor?

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