Lactose intolerence
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    Have youbtried using this FM

    https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318577.php

    When A1 protein is digested in the small intestine, it produces a peptide called beta-casomorphin-7 (BCM-7). The intestines absorb BCM-7, and it then passes into the blood. Doctors have linked BCM-7 to stomach discomfort and symptoms similar to those experienced by people with lactose intolerance.








    or even goats milk
    Never seen A2 milk on the shelves over here.

    Goat's milk is common here but it tastes very different to cow's milk.
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    We didn't get these fancy ailments years ago. Allergy to this allergy to that, goes into a massive seizure at the thought of a camera flash.... And don't even mention peanuts.

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    We didn't get these fancy ailments years ago. Allergy to this allergy to that, goes into a massive seizure at the thought of a camera flash.... And don't even mention peanuts.

    Bunch of puffs.
    Lactose intolerance is not an allergy. It's the inability to digest a particular kind of sugar due to the lack of the enzyme (lactase) that enables it. In adults it's the default, whereas lactose tolerance is a fairly recent adaptation. HTH.
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    Now that I think about it, I do fart quite a bit. I tend to assume that's because I eat a lot of fibre, but I'm going to cut out dairy for a while and see what happens. Purely in the interests of science of course.
    Hasn't made any difference so far. However, porridge with water is perfectly fine, black coffee is fine, and although I'm not keen on straight tea without milk it's nice with lemon, so I may not actually bother.
    Oh, hang on.... custard. As you were.
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    Memnoch
    Hasn't made any difference so far. However, porridge with water is perfectly fine, black coffee is fine, and although I'm not keen on straight tea without milk it's nice with lemon, so I may not actually bother.
    Oh, hang on.... custard. As you were.
    I've cut back, seems to be helping. Stopped the cereal, have black coffee, but I still eat cheese. Seem to be better.
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    Good grief - no dairy? What a horrid thought. I drink milk by the pint, and every day has to have cheese in it somewhere!

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    Good grief - no dairy? What a horrid thought. I drink milk by the pint, and every day has to have cheese in it somewhere!
    Lacto free cheese is available. Personally I don't like it, and I'm told that very mature hard cheeses have hardly any lactose in them anyway.
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    It's a lot more common in adults than children, and becomes more common the older you get.

    Symtoms vary, but in me you really don't want them described...
    Do the "Symtoms" include spelling mistakes?
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    Do the "Symtoms" include spelling mistakes?
    Yes, everyone knows Homer is illiterate.
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