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RENATA144 SparkPoints: (90,919)
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6/1/13 10:26 A

Lactaid

KKKAREN SparkPoints: (216,120)
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6/1/13 9:00 A

I drink 3 servings a day of ff milk. if it bothers your system try lactose free.

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5/31/13 11:41 P

Wow, I eat yogurt 2-3 times per day I'm going to drop it and see what happens. Thank you Ethel : )

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5/31/13 11:39 P

@ dropcone, I'm not diagnosed lactose intolerant either. Thank you for the idea of using a lactase enzyme supplement for my pizza and lasagna times : )

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5/31/13 10:24 P

fat free milk is the best thing for good protein, simple to find. Yogurt causes bloating, stay away from that stuff, especially if you take prescription meds, my husband can never have yogurt again, it cancels out his meds that he needs to stay alive. The cheeses, you will have to test out, to see if you like them. 2 or 3 servings a day. Ask your dietitian for advice, she knows you better than any of us do. :)

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5/31/13 9:01 P

Thank you for the information Lolema!!! : )

ANNAMARIE125 SparkPoints: (2,203)
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5/31/13 9:00 P

Thank you so much Sheryl!!! : )

LOLEMA SparkPoints: (93,298)
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5/28/13 11:05 A

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DROPCONE Posts: 1,537
5/28/13 10:18 A

I also found that eliminating as much dairy as possible eased my bloating. I wasn't diagnosed lactose intolerant, but I went to a lactose-free creamer, stopped eating "casual cheese" (on sandwiches, for instance), stopped eating ice cream, and I use a lactase enzyme supplement if I decide cheese is going to be eaten anyway (I love pizza!).

The only dairy I regularly eat is a Greek yogurt in the mornings. That's supposed to help your digestive system stay balanced, and I never get bloating from it.

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5/27/13 9:57 P

Thank you Sheryl : )

SHERYLDS Posts: 12,119
5/27/13 9:10 P

check out this link for info on bloating and dairy products

too much dairy affects me also...so I limit my consumption to a little a day
I am not lactose intolerant www.harristeeter.com/blog/post/Bloating-wi
th-dairy-products-It-could-be-lactose-
intolerance/default.aspx


Edited by: SHERYLDS at: 5/27/2013 (21:10)
ANNAMARIE125 SparkPoints: (2,203)
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5/27/13 8:22 P

Which are the best dairy products for weight loss? How often should I eat them?

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