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    Quote Originally Posted by Milk-Man View Post
    Hello Paleobird

    I've started an all raw milk diet recently. I've been on this diet for about 2 weeks now and I feel much better.
    I'm having trouble with my bowel movements though. My stool comes out yellow in colour and floats.
    Have you had this problem?

    And my stool is sometimes very fluid, what was the consistency of your stool?

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    Hey Milk-man, Paleobird isn't on the forums anymore so I doubt she'll see your questions. I'm afraid I don't have any insight to your questions, but it sounds like maybe the milk isn't agreeing with you. Do you experience any digestive upset drinking it?
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    I know that paleobird won't see this, but grapefruit interacts with a lot of meds, inhibiting the enzymes that break them down so the drug profile in the body is altered. Maybe it interferes with enzymes present to break milk down as well?

    Not sure if that explains anything, but I always am careful with grapefruit as a result if I am taking any medicine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    Hey Milk-man, Paleobird isn't on the forums anymore so I doubt she'll see your questions. I'm afraid I don't have any insight to your questions, but it sounds like maybe the milk isn't agreeing with you. Do you experience any digestive upset drinking it?
    The first three days of staring the diet I had experienced constant diarrhea.
    But my symptoms are slowing changing.....very slowly.

    I'm on raw milk only.

    I really want to hear from another person who is on this diet so that I can get his/her experience.
    I guess my stool floats because I have severe gut dysbiosis.

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    Were you already eating a very high-fat diet before you started this? If not, your body is probably still upregulating fat digestion. It could be over two weeks before you can fully digest all the fat in the milk you are drinking. Until then, you can expect floaty, fatty poop. It's just getting through a bit under-digested, IMO.

    2 weeks now
    Oh, I see. It might take longer. It took my gut 6 weeks to be able to ingest large amounts of fat without getting the runs.

    Then again, if you are bloated and the diarrhea is really bad, milk in such quantities might not be for you...
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