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Managing Lactose Intolerance

Most people with lactose intolerance can handle small amounts of lactose, such as a glass of milk. However,  the following tips may help:  Try cheese and yoghurt; they are generally better tolerated than milk.  Drink full fat milk because the fats slow...

Living Dairy Free

Five years ago I made a decision that changed my son’s life.  Tim has autism, and like a lot of autistic kids, a history of ear infections, antibiotics, eczema and asthma. He was either constipated or had diarrhoea. He had a very limited diet, was a...

Lactose Intolerance

Lactose Intolerance is not mediated by the immune system.  ·       The symptoms of abdominal bloating and diarrhoea are the result of the malabsorption of the CHO-lactose.  ·      ...

Finding the Missing Nutrients for a Dairy Free Diet

A work colleague of mine some 15 years ago scoffed when I asked him why he didn`t eat dairy foods. "Milk is for baby cows" was his pointed retort, and after working with food intolerances since that time, while his rationale might not be entirely...

Dairy Alternatives

What To Avoid Suggested Alternatives Milk Soy Milk, Rice Milk, Almond Milk, Goats Milk,  Sheep’s Milk.  Yoghurt/Dairy Desserts Sugar free soy yoghurt, sheep’s yoghurt,  goat’s yoghurt.  Cheese Goat’s cheese, goat’s...

Amine Intolerance or Allergy: What are the Symptoms?

Let`s start by looking at what Amines are...  Amines are naturally occurring chemicals found in many foods. They result from the breakdown of proteins or through the fermentation process, and are responsible for giving the food its flavour. The more...

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