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PostPosted: Tue Apr 11, 2006 11:22 pm 
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Gorilla wrote:
if you eat it consistently your body will start producing the enzymes required to digest it.


Is that with every food? Because other animals not drinking milk shows why they have no tolerance for lactose.


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I have had blood tests done before i went vegan and found im intollerant to egg white and dairy, banabas abd cashews (most gutted about the last 2 as i love them!) I still have the odd banana if i have smoothies out.

Other things i struggle with digesting - nut butters (i find almond is best for me) anything with too many onions in and white pastas/breads (mainly have rye and wheat free pastas)

I use the soya isolate protein powder from Holand and Barrett here - am looking out for other ones to try, as im aware i eat a lot of soya and like to alternate foods.

Alison :D


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Flax seed, flax meal, flax oil. All can upset my stomach.


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