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Research on Dairy Free Diet

Why I believe a dairy free diet will help my daughter.  Shared from EzineArticles and Marta Sauret.

It has been shown that eliminating dairy and gluten from your diet can decrease feelings of anxiety, nausea, and panic attacks. Also, you’ll have an easier time sleeping, and have more energy. Your skin will look better your hair will look better, and your nails will look better. Also, you’ll be bound to eat healthier because foods that are stock full of cheese and wheat are usually drenched in oils or overly-processed.

That will lead to you losing more weight, lowering your sodium, lowering your cholesterol, and leveling your blood pressure to normal levels.

In kids, it’s been proven that diet has a direct effect on their behavior. Kids that are hyperactive or autistic are often put on the gluten and dairy free diet to lower or even completely eliminate the symptoms of their illness. Mothers have said that they have noticed the difference in their kids is night and day from before they feed them dairy, to right after they feed them dairy when they are bouncing off of the walls.

That will lead to you losing more weight, lowering your sodium, lowering your cholesterol, and leveling your blood pressure to normal levels.

In kids, it’s been proven that diet has a direct effect on their behavior. Kids that are hyperactive or autistic are often put on the gluten and dairy free diet to lower or even completely eliminate the symptoms of their illness. Mothers have said that they have noticed the difference in their kids is night and day from before they feed them dairy, to right after they feed them dairy when they are bouncing off of the walls.

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Dairy Overdose

Jennifer’s younger sister turned 14 yesterday and our dairy free diet suffered a bit.  Olive Garden for lunch (cream sauce), Cold Stone with Sister during shopping trip, and Chocolate Mousse for dessert with family.  Jen ended up throwing up shortly after she went to bed last night….dairy definitely doesn’t agree with her.  Thank goodness for Whole Foods and the dairy free cheese and butter we bought a few days ago.  Jen is all for the dairy free plan and we’ll start to be more careful about what she eats. 

I’m anxiously awaiting the visit with the Naturopath on the 21st.  I know that getting tested for food intolerance and having the guidance for adding supplements is crucial to Jen’s health improvement.  Until then, I’ll continue to do what I can to include a whole food diet and eliminate anything that may cause problems for her.