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Casein Or Dairy Intolerance (Iga)/raw Milk
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I have a question for those who have an intolerance for Dairy. I have been violently intolerant of dairy some time. I tested positive for IgA on Casein, and eating things with butter triggers a fire in my stomach and powdered milk (don't ask) usually results in projectile vomiting. Other reactions to cow's milk products range in between severe indigestion to having to go to bed for the remainder of the day I'm so sick.

But what I have just discovered over the last few weeks is that I can consume raw cow's milk, cream, butter and raw milk products with no ill effects. It is not that I've become able to tolerate dairy in general because on Thursday I had three small waffles (about 3 inch around waffles) made with regular butter and that wasn't a good experience at all.

Has anyone else had this experience?

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I have a question for those who have an intolerance for Dairy. I have been violently intolerant of dairy some time. I tested positive for IgA on Casein, and eating things with butter triggers a fire in my stomach and powdered milk (don't ask) usually results in projectile vomiting. Other reactions to cow's milk products range in between severe indigestion to having to go to bed for the remainder of the day I'm so sick.

But what I have just discovered over the last few weeks is that I can consume raw cow's milk, cream, butter and raw milk products with no ill effects. It is not that I've become able to tolerate dairy in general because on Thursday I had three small waffles (about 3 inch around waffles) made with regular butter and that wasn't a good experience at all.

Has anyone else had this experience?

I have the same severe cow dairy reactions/sensitivity!! My tests showed high for casein, very low for lactose and whey. I also never had any reactions (that I knew of) to raw dairy. I knew I felt better... but my doctor still warned me about internal inflammation. I know if I eat a little raw goat or sheep cheese I'm fine as well. But still, if I over do it, I still get a little gurgling in my stomach but definitely not that severe reaction.

I think the reason I still have a small reaction to store bought raw goat and sheep cheese is because they are not totally grass fed... it's very complicated. If I get something raw in the store (vs. the farm) I try to make sure it's from Europe and grass fed. The raw dairy from cows I had tried were from grass fed, organic, no hormone cows.

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Pasteurization and homogenization both screw up milk, and don't get me started on antibiotics and hormones. I grew up on a farm and we milked our own cows; when we moved to the city milk made me feel ill :blink: And ours is supposed to be a clean, green country. :unsure:

To Korwyn: Can you eat goat and sheep cheeses?

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Pasteurization and homogenization both screw up milk, and don't get me started on antibiotics and hormones. I grew up on a farm and we milked our own cows; when we moved to the city milk made me feel ill :blink: And ours is supposed to be a clean, green country. :unsure:

To Korwyn: Can you eat goat and sheep cheeses?

Yes, I can eat both goat and sheep cheeses. I can eat raw milk cow cheese with no issue too! But as I study more on the effects of pasteurization and homogenization on milk, I'm less and less surprised by what I'm finding for my own personal experience. Everything needed to digest all the components of milk is present in raw milk, but almost all of the enzymes are destroyed during pasteurization.

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