Low-carb meal plans
Excluding dairy from your diet can be an effective way to speed up your weight loss and help reversing type 2 diabetes.1 A lot of people who limit dairy will still enjoy real butter, as butter, despite being made from milk, contains only trace amounts of milk protein and sugar. That’s why you may find butter in our dairy-free recipes but feel free to use coconut or olive oil instead.
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Dairy products contain not only milk sugar (lactose), but also milk protein (casein), which stimulates insulin secretion more than other types of protein. This is why milk is great for a growing baby, but not that great for an adult who wants to lose weight. ↩