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Scd Diet And Legal Yogurt

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I need some advice on the SCD Diet. I have made the yogurt and started eating it. My symptoms aren't unbearable at this time. (Ringing of the ears, back ache and some gas). Will this get better? Or am I fooling myself thinking I can eat dairy again?

I've been gluten-free and dairy free for about 2 years.

I have a carbohydrate issue - like most here in this forum. I do not get D or C, but have reactive hypoglycemia. I'm following the SCD diet closely.

Thanks for any help or advice anyone has to offer.

Chaty

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Im in the same boat with you right now trying dairy. So far so good. I hope it works that way for you as well. I am doing Keifer made with goat's milk.

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I need some advice on the SCD Diet. Chaty

I think you'll get more responses if you post your question on the "SCD picking up the thread" again thread.

Some of us are on the SCD and dairy free. IMO it makes no sense to keep eating all the bad stuff that's NOT on the diet, just because you can't eat the dairy products that ARE on the diet.

Are those your horses??

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THe yogurt is wonderful! I'm able to eat it with no reaction! I'm sticking with the SCD diet.

Yes, those are my pony's.

I have 2 ponies, too, both about 16 hands and as well fed as yours look. I'd like to have them on gluten-free diets but I guess any pelleted horse food contains gluten as a binder. Boy, that is really off-topic!

Glad you are sticking with the SCD. I hope it works for you.

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My pony's are thinner now, they were on some pretty rich pasture that year. The mare was nursing so didn't want to interrupt anything. They don't get any feed other than grass and grass hay. - Occassionally oats. They are older now and in pretty good shape. (They are smaller - registered quarter horses 14.5 hands.)

Anyway, the yogurt is delicious - with honey. No symptoms at all, but I made a meatloaf that had cheddar cheese in it and I had horrible nightmares and am tired and sluggish. Hypoglycemia again. Is there much lactose in cheddar cheese? I must have zero tolerance for lactose. Will that get better? Or is it broke for life?

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Chaty

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Anyway, the yogurt is delicious - with honey. No symptoms at all, but I made a meatloaf that had cheddar cheese in it and I had horrible nightmares and am tired and sluggish. Hypoglycemia again. Is there much lactose in cheddar cheese? I must have zero tolerance for lactose. Will that get better? Or is it broke for life?

Thanks

Chaty

I don't know if it's broke for life. I hope not. When I was about a month into this diet I figured out I had a problem with dairy and so far haven't been able to tolerate any of it--it makes me dull, foggy, and congested. I miss cheese.

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