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    Posted: Jun 24 2014 at 1:44am
I also have to cut out diary for a while to see if it's what causing all this bloating lately.
Process of elimination
I have been eating a lot of Cheese, and using Cream. A new, but very bad habit I developed

I've heard that most Soy products are GMO

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I've been dairy free for about four years now and it's the best thin I've ever done. I have no more allergies and it's done wonders for my skin.
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I drink almond milk.
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i feel as though i NEED cheese...

I like milk ...to bad almonds and i dont get along
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I know quite a few ppl of color who developed lactose intolerance as they got older, like during 20's and 30's. A woman gave me a book a few years ago about 'Eating for your Blood Type'. If you think, most of us are of african origin, and back then they did not eat a whole lot of dairy. If could be that our bodies makeup does not agree with it and its finally rejecting it. Also when it comes to soy I heard that men actually have more to worry about, something about making them infertile.
http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the-dangers-of-soy-for-men.htm
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I just started to experience "adult acne" (what my doctor calls it) I wonder if it is from my daily nonfat chai tea latte that I've been hooked on for the last month or so. I knew that dairy was bad for me but I thought a little wouldn't be too bad. I'm cutting them out starting today.
 
BTW - Coconut milk is phenominal! They also make coconut ice cream with different flavors like mint chocolate chip and cookie dough. I too love cheese and have yet to find a non dairy/soy substitue although I heard there is almond cheese but I haven't found it yet 
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Originally posted by Mochalee Mochalee wrote:

Sorry, goat cheese is not vegan...vegans don't consume anything that is derived from a living animal.Wink
 
she said its the brands name not from an actual animal
 
and i second almond milk!!
blue diamond has so great flavors and its not all that expensive either
i probably wont be making my own anytime soon though its just too much of a hassle (right now)
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Originally posted by ZenYes ZenYes wrote:

i think dairy makes me breakout. i put cream in my coffee for 2 consecutive days & by day 3 my face turned into a ripe fruit with pimples!

I think i will stick to soy milk for now. acne is not sexy.

Dairy makes me breakout, also.
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Sorry, goat cheese is not vegan...vegans don't consume anything that is derived from a living animal.Wink
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Ladies has anyone tried making almond milk from scratch?  I've been making my own for quite some time.  It is sooo easy to make it yourself with soaked raw almonds (or almond butter for quickie), water, and a pinch of sea salt.  Since you control the ingredients, you can add things like vanilla, etc.  Plus, you can make the consistency as heavy as whole milk to as light as non-fat or skim milk.  You can also make your own rice milk just as easy.  And coconut milk too using the young Thai coconuts.

Just a few problems with soy milk are the high plant estrogen percentage; the majority of soy is genetically modified (GMO); since it is a non-fermented soy product it will disrupt your thyroid function over time.  And you def do not want to give your kids soy on the regular.  For the occasional soy use, you want to buy organic (it is non-GMO).
 
When you must have cow's milk try raw milk if you can get it.  My hubbie has no problem digesting it, since it still contains living enzymes.  It tastes great too.  Same goes for cheese.  Look for cheese made from raw milk.  Usually the local health food stores have it and you can also find it if you have a Trader Joe's nearby.
 
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