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Does anyone have a reaction to just cheese? not dairy, just cheese? I seem to get a bellyache after I eat cheese, no matter what kind. I thought ok, its a dairy issue, but then goat cheese bothered me too, and that isnt considered dairy in allergen terms. Could it be just too rich for me? or am I just deluding myself and its a dairy allergy?


Stephanie

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Do you eat certain cheeses? Or is it all cheese?

Can one be allergic or sensitive to rennet, perhaps?

Assuming you don't drink whole milk, maybe it's the fat.


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When I was narrowing down my reaction to dairy, I tried a soy cheese, which only had casein as a dairy ingredient. It still bothered me, so I knew from this it was more than just lactose.

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hmmm, those both sound good lorka, shredded cheddar doesnt bother me, its the fuller body cheese, like brie, goat cheese.. those heavy cheeses, maybe it is the fat.. hmmmm.. now I be thinkin.. thanks

oh yeah lorka, thanks for that bread you gave us the recipe for, not only is it good, but it is helping my sons digestive system, I only have to give him three little squares a day, and his system works great, no constipation.. but of course he has to eat the whole slice.. but once in a while he will only take a few bites, but it works.. thank you, thank you, thank you!!!


Stephanie

Gluten free since October 05

son born severly premature due to

celiac

"True love stories never end" Richard Bach

"Did you ever stop thinking and forget to start again?" AA Milne

If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you" AA Milne

Swimming Instructor #2 and Town Crier of Rachelville

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i just wanted to add that goat cheese has casein, too. i forgot about that - i have to strictly stay away from all casein.

i hope your figure out what's bothering your belly. i make homemade cheese substitutes (even the non-dairy cheeses (the ones that are casein free, too) have fillers and rice (i'm allergic to rice) and i can't have them.

perhaps also taking a probiotic might help - do you?

you're welcome about the bread. that is really my aim here - to provide good, nutritious foods, in addition to tasting delightful, and able to adapt to free of all the higher allergens. i am so glad that your son has enjoyed it.


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Cheeses are very high in Amines also if you want to consider that. These foods include dark chocolate, alot of fish and sausages. Amines are a result of protein breaking down. Therefore, aged orvercooked and processed meats are high in amines. Browning, grilling, charring will increase amine levels. Amines increase in ripening fruits that go soft, e.g. bananas, avocado.

I'll react to the overipe bananas, avocado and chocolate. My stomach can tolorate a certain level of the amines in cheese as long as the cheese isn't aged long.

Gail


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