Common symptoms of dairy intolerance you may not have been aware of
The typical indication that someone is sensitive to dairy is a tummy ache, diarrhea or bloating after eating a dairy rich meal, however dairy intolerance can create symptoms far beyond the digestive tract. Symptoms of dairy intolerance may change throughout someone’s life. What may have once presented as childhood diarrhea, may manifest into rheumatoid arthritis or chronic joint pain as an adult due to long term inflammation.
Do you experience any of these symptoms?
If you consume dairy frequently and are experiencing some of these symptoms you may want to try removing dairy for 30 days to see if you are reacting.
- Bloating and gassiness
- Irritable bowel, constipation and diarrhea
- Acid reflux
- Liver and gallbladder stagnation
- Histamine reactions such as eczema, congestion, puffiness and rashes
- Intense premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms
- Ear, nasal, tonsil, throat infections
- Excess mucus in lungs and nose
- Yeast infections and urinary tract infections
- Brain fog
- Low energy
- Mood swings
- Poor concentration
- Colic and jaundice in babies
- Joint pain, stiffness and inflammation
Liv’s Dairy Free Kitchen can help you navigate eating dairy free without sacrificing the foods you love
In my e-book, Liv’s Dairy Free Kitchen, I walk you through how dairy may be impacting your body and why this is the case. I also teach how to remove dairy for 30 days while assessing how your symptoms change. I teach you how to tune into how your body feels with certain foods to be able to navigate what is driving your symptoms. You don’t have to do it alone or sacrifice the foods you love!