lillianm
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Diet

I'm going to start a dairy free diet
Has anyone tried it?

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7 responses

G
G @gj

I actually have lactose intolerance, im basically dairy free and nothing changed for me, obviously it’s different from one person to another! I hope it works for you!


Michelle
Michelle @michelle1021

Hi Lillianm. That will definitely help. I do drink milk in my coffee, sometimes cheese with my macaroni, but I don't do yogurt etc. I did eliminate dairy from my diet and the itching were less. Try eliminating the dairy and you will find the itching and flaking will be less. Good luck :)


lillianm
lillianm @lillianm

Thanks alot Michelle and G... I hope that it will work for me


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Elimated every dairy, did me no good though guess it depends on history and stuff, am a lifer


lillianm
lillianm @lillianm

I tried to eliminate sugar.. It didn't really help but avoiding chocolate kinda helped me


lillianm
lillianm @lillianm

I'm trying diet beacause I'm tired of using medication


Michelle
Michelle @michelle1021

You know what I found? When I started to eliminate some food etc, I saw that some of the bad food does nothing to my P, but, combine lets say pork for instance - a nice pork chop topped with a bit of apricot jam - now that will trigger your P definitely more than eating the chop without the jam. So it is with most food. Having spaghetti alone is okay (although I might get an itch) but having spaghetti with bologna is an inflammation bomb. Eliminate the whole package (spaghetti with bologna) and replace it with a chicken salad or veggies with fish/chicken then you'll feel the difference. I know that some will rather go with medication than changing their diet but a diet is for the long run. meds are only short term. One has to decide what you want :) Good luck



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