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What does no dairy really mean?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by vkiernan, May 24, 2012.

  1. vkiernan

    vkiernan Silver

    Dear Dr. K.

    You recently told me "no dairy" in my diet. I don't want to blow it and need to make sure I understand. I realize it means no cheese, cream, milk, etc. but I am guessing this means no butter too? Is ghee acceptable?

    Thank you!
  2. Jim

    Jim New Member

    I believe he has said ghee (clarified butter) is acceptable because most of the offending proteins have been removed. However a strict interpretation would remove even that. Personally I still do butter and some cheese but probably shouldn't.
  3. primat

    primat Silver

    N=1 for me: a few servings of ghee (Purity Farms, Organic Ghee Clarified Butter) makes my blood glucose rise by 20% (4ish to 5ish) for 7-10 days after and adds 8-12 pounds in a few days. Guessing inflamation - so for ME no dairy means no milk traces. Your milage will likely vary. :)
  4. janagram

    janagram New Member

    Supposedly ghee is butter oil. Just the oil. If its made right. Its easy to make.
  5. August

    August ~

    Sorry to hear that, Primat, that must feel very limiting and frustrating . . I hope that will not always be the case for you!
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Too many questions here.......closed.

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