How To Survive On Only 2 Foods
Original Posting Date- April 4th 2021
Life would be so much simpler if you were only going to be in one camp. Whether it’s gluten-free, vegan, keto, sugar-free, organic, plant-based, or lactose-intolerant if you're more than one, it's going to be a challenge to find food that fits your needs. Even if you simply need to avoid food allergens, that can be a real challenge, depending on what you’re allergic to. We are often in more than one of these situations, which makes things all the harder. It is doable; it just takes quite a bit of diligence.
Soy & Nuts
Lactose Intolerant & Milk Allergy
This happens to be the case with milk, too. Cross-contamination is the bane of our existence. In my garlic powder, there’s possible milk, soy, and tree nut contamination, which now explains why it made me sick. I didn’t think much of it at the time; I just attributed it to my chronic stomach problem, when all along this could have been the culprit. Lactose Intolerance and milk allergies are two different things. People react differently when exposed to dairy. Being lactose intolerant just amounts to not being able to break down lactose because of a lack of lactase enzyme. Someone with a milk allergy will react the same as with any other allergy. They both end in the same result: not being able to have dairy, which for us cheese lovers is tragic. However, if your lactose intolerance isn’t that bad, you may just suffer or try lactaid remedies rather than give it up entirely, and I must say I can't blame you for that.