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GFfrog22

How Long Until I Can Drink Milk Again?

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I have been eating gluten free for about a month now. I feel fabulous until I drink milk. Of course, with some research, I have found that I need to stop drinking milk due to the casein until my intestines heal. How long can I expect that to be? A few months, a year? Thanks!

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It depends on whether you are reacting to the lactose or the casien. If it is the lactose give it at least a month or so or until your symptoms have resolved well. Then try hard cheeses like cheddar and yogurt and see if you tolerate them. If you have casien intolerance that may not go away with healing. Think positive though cause there are many of us that once we have healed can go back to dairy with no issues.

Until you can do dairy go with stuff like almond or hemp milk or rice milk, but not Rice Dream. It might be a good idea to avoid soy milk as soy is another common intolerance amoungst us.


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