Dairy ree Resources | Inspired Eats

Dedicated to helping us live a “previously-moo’d free” life, the below resources are excellent sources of inspiration, alternative options and support along your dairy-free path. 

Our quest in helping the cow to stay happy, and our readers to stay healthy!

http://www.godairyfree.org/  

Your Information Resource for Dairy-Free Living! Go Dairy Free is updated daily with recipes, product reviews, cooking tips, and food news. We cater to milk allergies, lactose intolerance, vegan cooking, gluten-free / casein-free diets, and general milk-free and non-dairy living with a wealth of information, useful tools, and our popular No Dairy Product Lists (available for soy-free, gluten-free, and egg-free consumers too!) for your grocery shopping needs.

 

http://gfcfdiet.com/

Since 1999, this website, www.GFCFDiet.com has been assisting parents & individuals with information about The “GFCF Diet”. We are a free resource for any parent who needs support implementing a gluten-free – casein free diet ( GFCF Diet ). This website provides a central location for parents to find other parents who are also using Dietary Therapy.  It is the largest free resource of its kind on the Internet, not only providing lists of products to help guide you through the Grocery Stores (ALWAYS READ LABELS!!) but other relevant information which will help every parent learn about Dietary Intervention.

http://www.livingwithout.com/topics/casein_dairyfree.html

Living Without is the magazine for people with food allergies and sensitivities.

http://www.dairyfreemarket.com/

Ever feel like there’s an aisle missing from your local supermarket? Tired of shopping in several grocery stores and leaving feeling disappointed? Hungry for yummy foods that don’t make you sick? You’re not alone!

Welcome to DairyFreeMarket.com. We make it simple to find the delicious foods you crave, without the ingredients you can’t tolerate. We offer a wide selection of tasty, dairy-free foods, many of which are also free from other allergens, including egg, gluten, nut, potato, soy and sugar.

Sadly, there aren’t a ton of sites devoted to the cow-free way of life, but the above sites are great resources for you to begin with. I will also be building out dairy-free recipes and you can read more on how to support a dairy-free recipe on our Paleo, Vegan and Primal Blueprint pages.  

Remember, choosing a dairy-free lift is a challenge for many, and requires as much diligence about ingredients as a gluten-free, vegan and grain-free lifestyle. Be your own health advocate and ensure a lifetime of better health! 

 

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