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8/18/12 7:36 P

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Yeah that's what I figured. Oh well. It won't be long before I'll be able to eat some of these foods. I am taking NAET treatments. Just 5 months ago I was allergic to so many foods it made my head swim. Just a matter of time. Thank you for answering me.

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8/18/12 6:16 P

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I ran into the same problem as well as my work out log. So I don't use it. I would like to and I have problems with dairy and gluten.

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8/18/12 7:40 A

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I am new to SP and I'm finding it difficult to set up my food tracker. I am allergic to wheat, & gluten, soy, ground nuts & legumes artificial sweeteners and food additives. I searched for Brown Rice Crispies to add to my menu but my search came back with rice crispier. Lol
Any tips?

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8/7/12 9:44 P

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For me it's any lactating animal; cow, goat and sheep. I can tolerate feta cheese, yogurt and kefir. According to my allergist the minimum
Is 90 days and then try a little bit every 4 days. Be sure to keep a journal

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8/7/12 1:28 P

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Hi Bluemorning! Welcome to the team :)

Kudos to you on your experiment. I have considered doing the same many times and just haven't bitten the bullet.... As for dairy working the same way, I'm not sure. Perhaps someone else will have that answer for you.

As for cows' milk versus the milk from other animals, from what I remember from my reading (sorry, I have nothing to quote for you) most people with dairy issues have problems with particular proteins found in cow milk - which is not to say that someone with a sensitvity or allergy to cows' milk couldn't also have an issue with, say, goats' milk. Personally, I am fine with goats' milk but cows' milk causes me problems.

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8/7/12 10:50 A

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Hi all---I just finished a 6 week experiment with gluten, that is, I cut gluten out of my diet for 6 weeks and then ate a spaghetti and garlic bread dinner. The result was interesting and painful. I doubt I have a huge problem with gluten, but I think I do need to cut way back! I would like to repeat this experiment with dairy, but I have questions---like, does dairy work the same way? If I cut it out of my diet for 6 weeks and then 'binge' will it tell me something? Or is there another way to find out? Does dairy include any animal milk or is it just cow?

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