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Milk Protein
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kera2811 - August 30

Hi everyone!

A friend sent me a webpage which said that milk proteins had been linked to FM. Has anyone else read/heard about this?

I've had FM for yeeeeaaars and am past the point of getting excited about every published potential cause of the condition (and, as such, potential cure). However, I'm not past the point of still trying everything to see if it works :-)

But, before I go denying myself some of the few things in life I can still enjoy, I wanted to check with my fellow sufferers to see if it's worth the bother.

Apologies if this reads a bit cynical and crabby, but it's the way I'm feeling today :-(

Thank you for your attention and wishing you as good a day as it's possible for you to have!

 

January - August 30

Hi Kera - this just rings a bell with me, but I don't know if it's an answer to your question… A lot of us get relief from pain if we go on a gluten free diet. I know that many people with sensitivities to gluten are also lactose intolerant. So maybe that ties in with what you are saying. You can search for discussions on gluten and celiac disease if interested. Hope you feel better soon!

 

kvc33 - September 1

When a person has food allergies it is usually the proteins in the food that they are reacting to and dairy is a common one. No harm in giving it up for a while to see if it makes a difference for you. There are lots of substitutes- almond, rice, soy, or coconut milk.

 

annegervais - May 15

i really like cream or milk in my morning coffee. usually 2 cups. what will come close to making my coffee still taste good. hope you all are having a good day.

 

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