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Casein Intolerance - How Long For Symptoms To Show?

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I think my bloating, pain, and burping may be from the tomatoes I added back in 2 days ago, but thought I'd ask about casein, too. For 8 weeks or so, I had been eating only lactose-free dairy. I took ALL dairy out for one week. Added it back 7 days ago. If I'm sensitive to casein, symptoms would have shown up before this, right? (Please say "yes"! I'd MUCH rather have to keep tomatoes out than cheese even though I love both!)

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It is normally recommended to add one food every seven days so you don't have the problem of trying to determine what got you. Take them both out and start again :)

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It is normally recommended to add one food every seven days so you don't have the problem of trying to determine what got you. Take them both out and start again :)

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I think my bloating, pain, and burping may be from the tomatoes I added back in 2 days ago)

That can be a sign of a problem with nightshade vegetables. They have a toxin in them that some of us have a problem with. Nightshades are tomatoes, potatoes, all bell peppers, eggplant as well as a few others. Then again it may very well be caisen. So definetly try one food at a time. Just thought I would give you a heads up on the nightshades. Have fun.

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That can be a sign of a problem with nightshade vegetables. They have a toxin in them that some of us have a problem with. Nightshades are tomatoes, potatoes, all bell peppers, eggplant as well as a few others. Then again it may very well be caisen. So definetly try one food at a time. Just thought I would give you a heads up on the nightshades. Have fun.

I thought about nightshades, but I'm able to eat potatoes with no problems. It's one of my staples in fact. So far, I can eat meats, eggs, peanut butter, potatoes, white rice, white rice crackers, corn products, lettuce, carrots, oranges, tangelos, strawberries, blueberries. I am very tired of my limited food list! I know I have problems with fructose and brown rice.

Today, fatigue, brain fog, bad mood, and ringing in my ears hit. (Same time frame as my reaction to high fructose foods.) I sure hope my next food to try works out!!!

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