5 Ways to Fill the Dairy Void

Does it seem like everyone is hating on dairy these days? Perhaps being one of the top food sensitivities has something to do with it or the fact that an estimated 70% of the world’s population is lactose intolerant. Even though I consistently see it as a common food sensitivity while working with digestively challenged clients I personally don’t think dairy is evil. Some ancient cultures ate (and still eat) an abundance of dairy in the form of raw unpasteurized milk, yogurt, kefir and cheese with no health issues. So the answer to the question: ‘is dairy right for me’ is it depends… Do you have an inflammatory response when you eat it? Unsure? Check out my blog post: The Surprising Signs

The Surprising Signs of Food Sensitivities

I can happily say I grew up with what I can only describe as a white picket fence childhood. Days were spent roaming outside our country home, eating raspberries straight from the bushes and surrounded by my large extended family and many friends. The only darkness I can recall were moments of confusing health issues for myself and my two siblings. Allergies, hay fever, tonsillitis, asthma and numerous skin issues including chronic eczema for which we were prescribed a corticosteroid cream for years. Today they have now realized the side effects of corticosteroids (thinning of the skin, discoloration, folliculitis, extreme fatigue, weight loss, headaches, vision problems, etc). Today this me

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