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Dairy is full of both casein and whey. Those
are the two main proteins in dairy, and a lot of adults don’t tolerate either casein
or either whey. Casein is a more common problem in terms of the protein profile, and cow dairy
has higher casein amounts than like, goat or sheep dairy. Things that people don’t
always realize that our food sensitivities are things like joint pain or fatigue or migraines
or myalgias, which is kind of a muscle fatigue, and that can be kind of food sensitivity related.
The other really big one, even if you don’t have food allergies, so to speak, is sinus
problems. If there are chronic sinus problems going on, the first thing to do is take out
the dairy, take out the sugar and see what happens. Yeah, I can almost guarantee it.
I mean, I’ve had people with the chronic sinus infection for 20 years, and it’s basically
take out the dairy, have them start Neti-potting or using…there’s a spray called Clear
that’s saline and xylitol and grapefruit seed extract, and they go away. So we really
have to think about what we’re doing in our lifestyle that’s promoting problems
sometimes.

9 thoughts on “Dairy Can Cause Sinus Problems, Joint Pain, Fatigue & Migraines Says Dr. Angela Agrios, ND

  1. Great clear video. I have had joint problems for years. I have had every known test and all were negative. For 15 years or more I have had a small sinus problem annoying but not serious. One nostril almost blocked, Currently I am taking Nasacort. Last night I drank 250mm of milk before going to bed. thinking it was healthy. I did not sleep well. I was bloated and had joint pain. i will try and reduce or eliminate milk and see what the outcome is.

  2. I do not know so much about the other conditions but sinus problems can be lessened through a lesser in take of dairy products indeed.

  3. Its still surprise me just how a lot of people do not know about Sinuzolax Miracle (just google search it) despite the fact that lots of people cures their sinus infection naturally using it. Thanks to my buddy who told me about this. I've eliminated my sinusitis problem for good by using natural ways.

  4. There is a huge connection between dairy products and fibromyalgia problems and sinus, including sinus headache. I love milk. I love cheese. But when I indulge in these, I get overwhelmed with fatigue, as though I have the flu. I have to lie down – now. Like a drunk, I will go to sleep immediately, and sleep for up to two hours, even though I got enough sleep the night before. When I am like this, even after sleeping, I am so exhausted, I can't function, and cannot get anything done. It's like a drug with me. And like a drug, I crave milk and cheese. Mostly milk. My chiropractic son said that some people do not digest the lactose in milk, and lactic acid builds up in the muscles, causing pain, just like a runner or athlete gets when they get spasms and pain in the muscles. Malic acid, from certain fruits, can dissolve this. He said he attended a seminar on this topic, and that drinking about a half a container (large bottle) of apple juice a day will help. I asked him why not just stop eating dairy? "I guess that would work too," he said. So I have done both at various times, but like a drunk, I like to drink milk and eat real butter! Even the butter knocks me out. I have been so stiff and sore lately I have been barely functional. It is an addiction. And like all addictions, the only way to kick it is to lay off the dairy. Period.

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