yogart

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    stevenboehland
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    The avoid food list says to avoid almost all dairy except ghee, butter, kefir, and probiotic yourt. Milk contains lactose, but in yogurt most of the lactose disappears in the process. I have a yourt that is organic with only cow’s milk that is from grass fed cows and 5 live probiotic cultures in the ingrediants. It is plain. On the label is says it has 11 grams of sugar in each serving. Does that mean not to eat it or it is ok? I’m confused………….steve

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    Jaumeb
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    Probably it’s something individual. I use homemade goat yogurt.

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    Banshee
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    I’m concerned about dairy intolerance, so I will likely either ferment my own coconut yogurt or try goat or sheep’s.

    I found a commercial brand of sheep’s yogurt, which is expensive, but has impressive nutrition: http://66.165.136.124/yogurt_facts.html

    Less sugar, more calcium, less allergenic.

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    Banshee
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    Also, you could always halve the serving size, if you are concerned. Maybe start with 1/4-1/2 cup of yogurt for a while and see how you feel?

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    raster
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    Goats milk is more or less safe for the diet for most people but I would include it later in your treatment vs. beginning.

    -raster

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    RobyRob
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    They probably added sugar later for better taste. Avoid it. I make yogurt at home from organic goat’s milk.

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