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Dairy Intolerant...any Success In Adding In Goat's Milk?

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I really dislike being dairy free. I avoid dairy because it seems to bother my sinuses. No GI symptoms though.

 

I was wondering if anybody had success in adding in goat milk products if they couldn't tolerate cow's milk. I have a local farm that sells goat milk, goat kefir, and goat yogurt.


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Gluten free since 2/14/2010 after suffering a rare and serious complication from my gluten challenge

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My lactose intolerance has resolved, but my casein allergy? Who knows? It always has diminished during winter. I used to think I was cured during Winter (even told my allergist who would chuckle) and it would come back with a vengeance come Spring. I react strongly to tree pollen. Another family curse!

Of course, I have been testing periodically. This winter I have been consuming butter, cream, cheese and yogurt. No tummy issues, so I take that as a sign of intestinal healing from celiac disease. Nose? Very little congestion unless mold counts are high. Then I have been taking an anti-histamine. Took one today after consuming eggs and yogurt. Nose is already stuffy from Santa Ana winds which kick up mold spores. The real test will be in Spring.

I am so happy to be able to consume dairy. I am diabetic and eat a low carb high fat diet which helps keep my blood sugar stable.

I could never stand goat anything as a kid or adult, so I can not tell you how it impacts a milk allergy. You can try an anti-histamine to see if it helps.


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I don't know about goats milk products but I would try about anything to see if it works as a sub. I am just starting to deal with the dairy issue. After months of gluten free and feeling much better but I notice I have nasty reactions to all dairy. I was still having bad days and was trying to pin it down to gluten. Since I don't use much dairy It took me a while to figure out when I did I would have the pain, bloating and awful gas. I hope you'll let us know if you try the goats milk.


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I use Goats milk all the time with no problems...I started using it right after diagnosis, after having problems with dairy.  Try a small amount at first and see how you react to it. It is really expensive, but what isn't.  Good luck.   I also use Goats milk yogurt.

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