3 in 4 Are Dairy Intolerant And Most Don’t Know It: How To Tell If It’s You

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Chronic Bronchitis and Colds

Gas

Bloating

Headaches

Asthma

Diarrhea

Those are just a few of the symptoms related to dairy intolerance. Many people have these symptoms, yet many don’t realize food is the culprit. Studies show that 3 in 4 individuals have some form of dairy intolerance but most people don’t know it. When chronic health issues are present the typical protocol is to take over-the-counter medicines to relieve the symptoms, instead of seeking help to find the cause of the problem. Are you willing to make a change if you find that your chronic issues are food related? If so, then check out this 2 minute video on dairy intolerance from the Food Intolerance Institute of Australia. This website is full of information on food intolerances and how to get well from your chronic health issues.

Here is another video on the connection between gluten and dairy intolerance from The Milk-Gluten Connection.

I know it’s not fun to find out you have food intolerances, but once you remove the source of your chronic illness, it doesn’t take long before you feel like a new person. It’s truly life changing. Don’t delay. You’ll be so glad you got on the healthy train!

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2 Responses to 3 in 4 Are Dairy Intolerant And Most Don’t Know It: How To Tell If It’s You

  1. Paul April 8, 2015 at 5:11 pm #

    Aggie VillanuevaI am dying to have your book, Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Cooking, but I can’t. Like so many others I want to read, this one isn’t avablaile anywhere online in Kindle format, not even at Amazon. I have arthritis in my hands and can’t hold paper print books anymore. Even if I could I have NO room to store all the books I buy and read. Any suggestions how I can get this as an ebook, specifically I need to order it as a Kindle through Amazon? Do you have plans to release it in the future through Kindle? THANKS SO MUCH for any help you can offer.Aggie Villanueva

    • Katrina June 25, 2015 at 11:09 pm #

      Hi Aggie! I’m so sorry I haven’t responded till just now. I didn’t know how to see the comments on here. My husband is the web developer and forgot to show me this comment area. I’m also sorry to hear you’re having such a hard time with arthritis. I highly recommend gluten and dairy free for that. I’m glad you’re willing to eat that way to get well. We don’t have our cookbook available on Kindle, yet, but we can send you a PDF of it that you can read on your computer. Would that work? Thanks! Katrina

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