Symptoms of Dairy Intolerance

Food intolerance has delayed reactions - explained here:


Explanation of Symptoms of Lactose Intolerance and Casein Allergy

Milk products contain FOOD TOXINS which cause sickness in various ways.

Symptoms of Dairy Intolerance include:

    • Gastro-intestinal: Diarrhea ; Constipation ; Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) ; Stomach bloating
    • Depression, feeling the 'blues', anxiety
    • Weight gain - or unexplained weight loss
    • Respiratory disorders like Coughing, Asthma, Bronchitis ; Snoring or Sleep Apnea
    • Sinus pain and headache
    • Chronic fatigue or lethargy or lack of motivation
    • Skin disorders like Eczema ; Hives or unexplained rashes
    • Stressed immune system: Ear infections, colds and 'flu, bronchitis, Yeast infections e.g. thrush

Many people suffer from these troubling symptoms all their life without realising it could be food toxins.

Moving to a low toxin diet usually sees symptoms reduce.


Symptoms of Dairy Intolerance overlap with other intolerances

Symptoms are not exclusive to one or other food toxin!

There are around twenty food toxins and they act together in various ways to damage cells and provoke the immune system. 


How Common is Dairy Intolerance?

Lactose intolerance affects around 75% of all people globally ... three in four.

Casein sensitivity is harder to measure. But It must be rather common - because scientists now link it to dozens of common chronic diseases including:

  • chronic respiratory disorders - especially in children. 
  • schizophrenia
  • anxiety
  • skin issues
  • intestinal disease



I am ready for an immediate solution - what's next?

Begin with our free ebook. Food toxins can cause serious long-term health problems.

Gluten is just one toxin that could be causing your symptoms. There are more than twenty FOOD TOXINS – and they act together in different combinations to damage cells and provoke the immune system.

Learn more with the Free ebook about Food Toxins




All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals