Dairy Intolerance Reviews
Newest Review: ... dairy proteins and can trigger the immune system to react. Depending on which part of the immune system responds, you may be diagnosed conditions called "Milk protein intolerance" or "dairy allergy". These conditions are much harder to treat, other than by the complete elimination of dairy products. ==What is the difference between an allergy and an intolerance?== A food intolerance is where your body reacts in a negative way to normal, harmless foodstuffs that are not toxic. Although many people refer to such an intolerance as being allergic to a food, this is not really the case. An allergy is a very specific type o... more
Customer Dairy Intolerance Reviews (6)
by - written on 26/08/11, updated on 26/08/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
As many of you who have read my food reviews know, seeking out dairy free food is a dull but necessary chore for me, because I'm an asthmatic and (as is quite common for asthmatics) my body is not equipped to handle dairy. In this review, I discuss various types of dairy intolerances and other hypersensitivities, including lactose intolerance, milk protein intolerance and allergy. Most of this is based on my own experiences and reading on the subject after diagnosis (i.e. I have no medical training). I would strongly advise anyone who believes they may have a dairy intolerance or an allergy to talk to a medical professional about it. If you look at the adult ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/08, updated on 20/12/08 (Very useful, 109 readings)
No doubt about it, I was always 'Queen of Dairy Products.' Milk was a main food, cheese came a close second and I lathered everything in butter! But about ten years ago I started suffering symptoms that I didn't, at first, associate with Lactose intolence. Grumbling tum, getting 'the runs,' at first. Then I started with severe stomach cramps. My GP at first diagnosed Irritable Bowel Syndrome, but I had doubts. Over the next couple of years things got worse, the stomach cramps literally had me screaming in agony and the only thing that would relieve it was ibuprofen. The GP was still insistent on IBS and was no help at all. Everything ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/07 (Very useful, 229 readings)
Seven years ago, my first child was born, he was perfectly normal when born, with no problems, but when my son went onto formula milk, he was very poorly, he struggled to put on weight, was projectile vomiting constantly, had diohrea, red blotchy skin, eczema and was always catching viruses and getting colds, he also had asthma, and always looked ill and had pale skin, the health profession where I lived just kept saying he is just a sicky baby, and offered me no help or explanation as to what was causing his problems. Then I moved into a new area, and registered with the local doctors. One day my son suddenly had a severe allergic reaction, his skin was red ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/01, updated on 30/06/02 (Very useful, 428 readings)
Some of you will already know that I have four children. Well, most of them aren?t really children any more- they range in age from 14-22. I have been unfortunate that three of them have had dairy food allergies. Two very severely and one less so. I suppose that entitles me to consider myself fairly ?clued up? on the subject. Ooh- by the way, and keep this secret as I feel rather too young for this-!! I have two gorgeous grandsons aged 3 and 6 months. Sadly, one of them also seems to have a dairy problem. The thing I have noticed over the years is how much easier it is to cope with now in this diet conscious society. Permit me, if you will to take a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/01, updated on 01/09/01 (Very useful, 396 readings)
It was 2 weeks before my sons first birthday when we noticed something wasn't quite right. He started to get really clingy and upset, he was off his food, wouldn't sleep and had up to 6 really bad dirty nappies a day. After 3 days we took him to the Doctor, we were told he was fine and that it was just a "bug that was going around" but 2 days later he came out in a rash all over his body, we waited for 24 hours to see how he was, but when he got up the next day he was covered and the rash had turned into big spots that were blistering. Immediately we thought it was chicken pox, but the doctor confirmed it wasn't because the ... Read the complete review
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