Guide to Going Dairy Free on a Ketogenic Diet

Guide to Going Dairy Free on a Ketogenic Diet

Doesn’t it seem like dairy is in everything? From keto recipes to high-carb snacks and candy, there’s some kind of milk product in so many things that we eat.

This isn’t a problem if you’re not allergic or intolerant to dairy at all, but what should you do if struggle with lactose or dairy proteins — especially when you are on a diet that typically consists of a lot of dairy like the ketogenic diet?

Fortunately, there are a wide variety of dairy substitutions and dairy-free recipes that will allow you to live a dairy-free lifestyle, regardless of what diet you are on. Throughout this guide, we will be focusing on how to follow a dairy-free ketogenic diet — one of the best diet variations for losing weight without any of the issues that dairy can cause.

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  1. I can eat most dairy, all types of cheese, heavy cream, yogurt, sour cream, cream cheese but when I eat store bought ice cream or some brands of sherbet I get cramps, diarrhea, and sometimes feel like I have to vomit. I didn't have this problem growing up and in my thirties until now. If I make my own ice cream I'm fine.

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