Your pediatrician should be able to hook you up with a nutritionist who can help you plan your diet so that it doesn't negatively impact your baby's system. I'm lactose intolerant, plus have trouble with soy, and had to be careful about what I ate while nursing my kids, too; they needed to go on supplementary formula.
Here are some SP articles that might help:
The Hunt for Hidden Sugar: http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrit ion_articles.asp?id=616
Eating Protein Without the Meat: http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutr ition_articles.asp?id=158
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Congratulations on your choice. Eating healthy does take some research in the beginning and giving up things you are accustom to eating. Before long your body adjust and you do not want to go back to the old style. There are many protein foods that are not dairy,--eggs---dried beans (many to choose from) lean meats, (preferrably natural and not harmone laced meats). Hubby and I have changed our eating habits and we are feeling better and enjoy the foods that we eat.
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