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I know i'am new, but dairy dosen't seem to bother me, are there others who, are gluten free, but can still use dairy. I have been gluten free for about 2weeks. I've never had problems with dairy, l like cheese of all kinds, and so far l have had no advers reactions. So please comment, and tell me if you've had similar good results with dairy.

Sljh :D:P:rolleyes:

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Hi

I know i'am new, but dairy dosen't seem to bother me, are there others who, are gluten free, but can still use dairy. I have been gluten free for about 2weeks. I've never had problems with dairy, l like cheese of all kinds, and so far l have had no advers reactions. So please comment, and tell me if you've had similar good results with dairy.

Sljh :D:P:rolleyes:

Hey Lewiss!

After diagnosed, I went gluten free. Once I successfully quieted the gluten voice, the dairy voice made itself known...about six to eight weeks later. Both were there all along, at that time.

I eliminated dairy for several weeks and was able to reintroduce it with success.

No one is the same and you may have no problems. If, so great! :)

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Same here. I thought I was fine with dairy- turns out it was just the lesser of the two evils. About 12 months after dx, I had to go casein free too.

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Hi I have been gluten free about a year. I've always had trouble with dairy. At first on my gluten-free diet eating things like sour cream and processed cheese gave me a gluten like reaction. So I stay away from those things. Now I can drink a half of a cup of milk ok but a whole cup gets me bloated and runny nose for four days. Yoplait yogurt is good to me, it seems to help calm down my stomach. I usually eat two small containers a day with no reaction. Real cheese like chedder seems ok too and just yesterday I was reading the package of Kraft shredded sharp chedder cheese and it said 0g lactose. So I would say a good non-generic brand would be ok to try. Everyone is different so you will have to do more trials. Also the milk made low lactose like Lactaid gives me double the reaction compared to regular 1% cows milk. Usually I just drink almond milk. Good luck to you, everything is a learning experience.

Dairy usually upsets me within a half hour to hour and gluten takes a whole day and they are different reactions now.

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I had never had a problem with dairy (that I knew of) until a couple months after going gluten free. I can have a little bit of sharp cheddar at this point but I'm not pushing anything else till I know for sure I'm good with the cheese. Good luck

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