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If ONE simple change could resolve most of your symptoms and prevent a host of illnesses, wouldn't you want to try it? Go Dairy Free shows you how! There are plenty of reasons to go dairy free. Maybe you are confronting allergies or lactose intolerance. Maybe you are dealing with acne, digestive issues, sinus troubles, or eczema—all proven to be associat If ONE simple change could resolve most of your symptoms and prevent a host of illnesses, wouldn't you want to try it? Go Dairy Free shows you how! There are plenty of reasons to go dairy free. Maybe you are confronting allergies or lactose intolerance. Maybe you are dealing with acne, digestive issues, sinus troubles, or eczema—all proven to be associated with dairy consumption. Maybe you're looking for longer-term disease prevention, weight loss, or for help transitioning to a plant-based diet. Whatever your reason, Go Dairy Free is the essential arsenal of information you need to change your diet. This complete guide and cookbook will be your vital companion to understand dairy, how it affects you, and how you can eliminate it from your life and improve your health—without feeling like you're sacrificing a thing. Inside: More than 250 delicious dairy-free recipes focusing on naturally rich and delicious whole foods, with numerous options to satisfy those dairy cravings A comprehensive guide to dairy substitutes explaining how to purchase, use, and make your own alternatives for butter, cheese, cream, milk, and much more Must-have grocery shopping information, from sussing out suspect ingredients and label-reading assistance to money-saving tips A detailed chapter on calcium to identify naturally mineral-rich foods beyond dairy, the best supplements, and other keys to bone health An in-depth health section outlining the signs and symptoms of dairy-related illnesses and addressing questions around protein, fat, and other nutrients in the dairy-free transition Everyday living tips with suggestions for restaurant dining, travel, celebrations, and other social situations Infant milk allergy checklists that describe indicators and solutions for babies and young children with milk allergies or intolerances Food allergy- and vegan-friendly resources, including recipe indexes to quickly find gluten-free and other top food allergy-friendly options and fully tested plant-based options for every recipe


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If ONE simple change could resolve most of your symptoms and prevent a host of illnesses, wouldn't you want to try it? Go Dairy Free shows you how! There are plenty of reasons to go dairy free. Maybe you are confronting allergies or lactose intolerance. Maybe you are dealing with acne, digestive issues, sinus troubles, or eczema—all proven to be associat If ONE simple change could resolve most of your symptoms and prevent a host of illnesses, wouldn't you want to try it? Go Dairy Free shows you how! There are plenty of reasons to go dairy free. Maybe you are confronting allergies or lactose intolerance. Maybe you are dealing with acne, digestive issues, sinus troubles, or eczema—all proven to be associated with dairy consumption. Maybe you're looking for longer-term disease prevention, weight loss, or for help transitioning to a plant-based diet. Whatever your reason, Go Dairy Free is the essential arsenal of information you need to change your diet. This complete guide and cookbook will be your vital companion to understand dairy, how it affects you, and how you can eliminate it from your life and improve your health—without feeling like you're sacrificing a thing. Inside: More than 250 delicious dairy-free recipes focusing on naturally rich and delicious whole foods, with numerous options to satisfy those dairy cravings A comprehensive guide to dairy substitutes explaining how to purchase, use, and make your own alternatives for butter, cheese, cream, milk, and much more Must-have grocery shopping information, from sussing out suspect ingredients and label-reading assistance to money-saving tips A detailed chapter on calcium to identify naturally mineral-rich foods beyond dairy, the best supplements, and other keys to bone health An in-depth health section outlining the signs and symptoms of dairy-related illnesses and addressing questions around protein, fat, and other nutrients in the dairy-free transition Everyday living tips with suggestions for restaurant dining, travel, celebrations, and other social situations Infant milk allergy checklists that describe indicators and solutions for babies and young children with milk allergies or intolerances Food allergy- and vegan-friendly resources, including recipe indexes to quickly find gluten-free and other top food allergy-friendly options and fully tested plant-based options for every recipe

56 review for Go Dairy Free: The Ultimate Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Bayer

    This is an incredibly comprehensive and helpful book for those who are dairy free or who are considering it. The start of the book is loaded with information about why people go dairy free with many fascinating scientific studies detailed about dramatic results in all kinds of symptoms and maladies when people eliminated dairy from their diets (from migraines to acne to seizures to ADHD and more). There's excellent information on calcium, cancer risks, vitamin D, you name it. The author then goe This is an incredibly comprehensive and helpful book for those who are dairy free or who are considering it. The start of the book is loaded with information about why people go dairy free with many fascinating scientific studies detailed about dramatic results in all kinds of symptoms and maladies when people eliminated dairy from their diets (from migraines to acne to seizures to ADHD and more). There's excellent information on calcium, cancer risks, vitamin D, you name it. The author then goes into extensive ways to make life easier once you do switch, even giving ideas on what restaurants to visit for the most options. She provides all kinds of suggestions for substitutions beyond the basic replacements, such as finely ground nuts and garlic as a parmesan sub but also things like like finely chopped green olives since the flavor is different but gives that little punch. She goes on to provide tons of recipes for making your own dairy-free staples with a huge variety of ingredients as the bases (coconut, cashews, pine nuts, you name it) and then provides a huge selection of recipes of all kinds. The author is not vegan but provides recipes that are both vegan and non. She also takes into account other allergies. For instance, if a recipe calls for eggs she gives an alternative. I read a digital Kindle ARC of this book for the purpose of review but it was formatted so crazily that it was very difficult to read. I got so much from this book that I am planning to purchase my own copy so I have the resource for my kitchen. Well recommended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Go Dairy Free is an extremely comprehensive book about cutting dairy from your diet. In the first part of the book the author goes over the difference between an allergy and a sensitivity, an overview of what it means to cut out dairy and secretly listed ingredients to look out for, and what deficiencies can occur by omitting dairy and how to compensate for that. If you actually have a dairy allergy all of that information in invaluable, and if you're not allergic and just looking for ways to cu Go Dairy Free is an extremely comprehensive book about cutting dairy from your diet. In the first part of the book the author goes over the difference between an allergy and a sensitivity, an overview of what it means to cut out dairy and secretly listed ingredients to look out for, and what deficiencies can occur by omitting dairy and how to compensate for that. If you actually have a dairy allergy all of that information in invaluable, and if you're not allergic and just looking for ways to cut dairy due to personal preferences or an "intolerance," you can skim those chapters easily. The majority of the book is dedicated to recipes and helps with substituting dairy-free ingredients when cooking and baking. I'd recommend this book to anyone with an interesting in going dairy free.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christine Kayser

    This was an incredibly useful read for me, a newly (suddenly!) lactose-intolerant person who loves cheese. The scientific facts were super useful and affirming. The health benefits of giving up dairy (even if you do it voluntarily) were reassuring and somewhat comforting given that I'm still mourning the loss of cheese in all its glorious forms. The recipes might be useful eventually, but there's no way I'm making my own almond milk. Even for me, that's a bit much. This was an incredibly useful read for me, a newly (suddenly!) lactose-intolerant person who loves cheese. The scientific facts were super useful and affirming. The health benefits of giving up dairy (even if you do it voluntarily) were reassuring and somewhat comforting given that I'm still mourning the loss of cheese in all its glorious forms. The recipes might be useful eventually, but there's no way I'm making my own almond milk. Even for me, that's a bit much.

  4. 4 out of 5

    patrick Lorelli

    I found this book extremely informative and helpful since my daughter cannot have dairy products. This started when she was an infant and we thought she grew out of it but not. I found the recipes to be good but also all of the information the author gives you as well. For me. The parent is able to help my daughter with this and show her the different ways to cook, shop etc... So she can still fell like a teenager is important. This is also good for anyone who is looking just to change the way t I found this book extremely informative and helpful since my daughter cannot have dairy products. This started when she was an infant and we thought she grew out of it but not. I found the recipes to be good but also all of the information the author gives you as well. For me. The parent is able to help my daughter with this and show her the different ways to cook, shop etc... So she can still fell like a teenager is important. This is also good for anyone who is looking just to change the way they eat and would different recipes to add something new, this would be good for that as well. A very good book that does what the title says. Very much worth the read. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 5 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stef

    Read in 2020- after finding out I am now Lactose intolerant. I've been gluten free since 2013. Lactose intolerant since July 2020. Very informative book . . I will probably re-read in the future. Read in 2020- after finding out I am now Lactose intolerant. I've been gluten free since 2013. Lactose intolerant since July 2020. Very informative book . . I will probably re-read in the future.

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