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Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 09 Apr 2012, 17:39
by AB&M
I've been on g&b a lot but some have butter oil in them - maybe the flavoured ones.

Hobnobs seem to be the king of biscuits - oats for milk, dairy free AND very yum :D

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 10 Apr 2012, 13:24
by messtins
"Falling off the wagon" and getting a relapse in symptoms confirms a dairy intolerance of some sort - most likely to milk protein. I found that whilst in the first instance it did take 2-3 weeks to clear my system, my milk, LO's system of dairy it is much quicker than that to get back on track after a bit of a lapse.

Chocolate-wise I like Lindt 70% and Tesco finest 70%. If you are ok with soya lecithin that widens your choice considerably.

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 10 Apr 2012, 20:11
by oriel
Darkly Divine is a really good dairy-free dark chocolate.

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 10 Apr 2012, 20:56
by AB&M
We seem to be fine with soya - I have soya milk on cereal although it's just a quick dunking really!

She was so much better today / tonight although not good enough to go to bed so had to sling her until she woke at 9!

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2012, 20:14
by AB&M
Back on the up & desperately not looking at all the eggs in the house!!

Can I have goats cheese or does that have similar issues?

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2012, 20:21
by Jelly Belly
Goat's milk/cheese may cause similar issues but the same is true of soya! Only way to know is to try it...

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2012, 21:11
by AB&M
I have very little soya milk as I'm not a tea or coffee drinker so we're ok with soya. May leave a while then. Had to get DH to eat my caramel egg :(

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2012, 21:38
by Jelly Belly
The things we do for our kids eh?

Re: Dairy intolerance

PostPosted: 14 Apr 2012, 01:17
by AB&M
I know!! I'm such a saint :mona