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  • How long is best to stay off dairy?

    I can't sleep woke up at 1am, now 3:30am so I thought I would ask what I am thinking.

    I have stopped all dairy and would like to know with your experiences, how long should I wait till I add them back.
    Plus should I add one thing at a time, like cream for a few days then cheese for a few days ect...
    What will I be looking for when adding them back, sleepiness, headaches, bloating that kind of things!
    And if no problems that means I can eat dairy in moderation?

    okay back to bed need to sleep
    Have a nice day
    Got my life back September 23rd 2013...Female 5'6"

    HW 210lbs
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    CW189lbs
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    The best feeling is not feeling depressed

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  • #2
    Confused. Do you have problems with dairy or are you just suspecting it?

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    • #3
      No I read to stop dairy, legumes and grains and to reintroduce dairy and then legumes and if no problem I could eat them.
      I don't really care about legumes, but dairy I miss as I don't eat red meat or much fish.
      Got my life back September 23rd 2013...Female 5'6"

      HW 210lbs
      SW 202lbs
      CW189lbs
      GW140lbs

      The best feeling is not feeling depressed

      My journal http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread95382.html

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      • #4
        I did an elimination diet a few years ago to figure out what, if any, food sensitivities I had. The protocol was basically remove all possible offending food groups (usual suspects, wheat, dairy, soy .... etc) for 30 days. Then pick one and add it back in fairly heavily. For example, if adding back in dairy add in the types of dairy you'd normally like to eat in a significant (not over indulgent) amount. If you don't notice any immediate reactions do that for 2 to 3 days and see how you feel. If all good, then it doesn't bother you. Symptoms that dairy could be bothering you though can be anything as everyone is different -- headache, digestive issues, phlegmy cough, fatigue, achy joints, acne...etc.

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        • #5
          Brilliant that's intresting as I suffer with phlegmy coughs in the last 2 years, I have been putting it down to the 2 year old kid's I work with as they always have runny noses. I hope it's not the cheese, oh well we shall see.
          Got my life back September 23rd 2013...Female 5'6"

          HW 210lbs
          SW 202lbs
          CW189lbs
          GW140lbs

          The best feeling is not feeling depressed

          My journal http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread95382.html

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          • #6
            Try going to the Whole 9 Whole 30 website. Although you have not done a Whole 30, they have some great tips on their forum and web page on re-introducing foods into your diet. Their book "It Starts With Food" has a section on reintroducing.
            Good luck!

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            • #7
              Thanks APPLEGIRL going to have a look now
              Got my life back September 23rd 2013...Female 5'6"

              HW 210lbs
              SW 202lbs
              CW189lbs
              GW140lbs

              The best feeling is not feeling depressed

              My journal http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread95382.html

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