All brands of Greek yogurt I've found are very rich in lactose. They're just regular yogurt that has had the whey strained out to make them thick. The only way to remove lactose is to ferment the yogurt for 24-36hrs (instead of the usual standard 4-8hrs), which makes a *very* tart yogurt. One taste and you know that's not the case with storebought yogurt of any kind I've ever tried (and I've had many many wonderful specialty brands), and one look at the carb count will confirm it.
Originally Posted by abstractpersona
The OP mentioned adding eggplant, tomato, & bell peppers and having troubles. I don't know if this is your issue, but these are all nightshades, which some people can't do (I don't know what the symptoms of nightshade intolerance are, though).
Did you do dairy before going primal? If not, I'd start right there with the elimination diet.
Is the chicken broth homemade? If so, yay! great for your belly. Just add ferments and you've got a great recipe for improving digestion, along with removing problem foods until gut flora is well balanced. (And no, I don't think going primal threw off your balance.)
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