Low Dairy


First Used Oct 1970

Current Users 631

Loyalty 28%

Average User Health


391 ratings

5 stars
97 people
4 stars
133 people
3 stars
105 people
2 stars
29 people
1 star
27 people

Popular Concurrent Diets

No Beer
Low Fiber
Low Spicy Food
Low Sugar
Low Red Meat
No Spicy Food
No Spirits
No Wine
Low Gluten
High in Probiotics

Certain foods and beverages can aggravate your signs and symptoms, especially during a flare-up. If you think eating certain foods make your condition worse, keep a food diary to keep track of what you're eating as well as how you feel. If you discover some foods are causing your symptoms to flare, it's a good idea to try eliminating those foods.

Like many people with inflammatory bowel disease, you may find that problems, such as diarrhea, abdominal pain and gas, improve when you limit or eliminate dairy products. You may be lactose intolerant — that is, your body can't digest the milk sugar (lactose) in dairy foods. If so, limiting dairy or using an enzyme product, such as Lactaid, will help break down lactose. However, milk and dairy often fill key nutrient gaps in one's diet so make sure to have an adequate supply of calcium, vitamin D, and protein to replace this intake.
Information from Mayo Clinic and Wikipedia

Current Users' Health Compared to people not currently on Low Dairy

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