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- Just a few of the winning highlights from yesterday's NPC Battle Royale! See more on my personal IG stories @shawncarla_ifbbpro 🌟🌟🌟 Athletes: @madison_simas @mary.mccready @annygarcia85 @kaseylfitness @lindsi_nicole 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Coaches: @fitpro_nutrition @vbodyz @kpnufit @jillvadala.ifbbpro @strengthandgracefitness @sebastian_a22 πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ† Congratulations to all of you! #conqueringcutie #shawnscouturecuties #shawnscouture
- Just a few of the winning highlights from yesterday& #39;s NPC Battle Royale! See more on my personal IG stories @shawncarla_ifbbpro 🌟🌟🌟 Athletes: @madison_simas @mary.mccready @annygarcia85 @kaseylfitness @lindsi_nicole 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Coaches: @fitpro_nutrition @vbodyz @kpnufit @jillvadala.ifbbpro @strengthandgracefitness @sebastian_a22 πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ† Congratulations to all of you! #conqueringcutie #shawnscouturecuties #shawnscouture
- Just a few of the winning highlights from yesterday's NPC Battle Royale! See more on my personal IG stories @shawncarla_ifbbpro 🌟🌟🌟 Athletes: @madison_simas @mary.mccready @annygarcia85 @kaseylfitness @lindsi_nicole 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Coaches: @fitpro_nutrition @vbodyz @kpnufit @jillvadala.ifbbpro @strengthandgracefitness @sebastian_a22 πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ† Congratulations to all of you! #conqueringcutie #shawnscouturecuties #shawnscouture
- Let's talk dairy issues!? How many of y'all struggle to digest dairy in some way? When I ask my clients if they have any food allergies, lactose intolerance is the most common answer. BUT, I find most of those people don't really suffer from lactose intolerance, they are just sensitive to it. So what the heck is the difference!? βž–Lactose sensitivity: your body doesn't tolerate certain forms of dairy, but you can handle other forms. For example, you do well with yogurt, but not milk. For some people the heavier forms of dairy like milk, ice cream, etc. can cause diarrhea, gas and bloating, but other lower lactose dairy products like cheese or yogurt cause no reaction. I find most of my clients fall in this category! βž–Diagnosed* lactose intolerance: I say diagnosed b/c most people self diagnose this incorrectly. Lactose intolerance is when you are missing the enzyme lactase or it's not functioning correctly, which helps in breaking down lactose. Therefore, you can not digest the lactose (sugar) fully in dairy b/c of the lack of lactase. Symptoms include diarrhea, gas, bloating, cramping, etc. The difference from a sensitivity is that all lactose is an issue, meaning all forms of dairy cause this reaction. βž–Milk Protein Allergy: an overreaction of the immune system to milk protein. Immunoglobulin E responds to milk protein as an invader and it turn cause reaction. Symptoms including wheezing, rash, hives, itching, swelling, anaphylaxis, etc. just wanted to shed some light on the whole "lactose intolerance" thing πŸ₯›πŸ§€πŸ¦πŸ³
- Let& #39;s talk dairy issues!? How many of y& #39;all struggle to digest dairy in some way? When I ask my clients if they have any food allergies, lactose intolerance is the most common answer. BUT, I find most of those people don& #39;t really suffer from lactose intolerance, they are just sensitive to it. So what the heck is the difference!? βž–Lactose sensitivity: your body doesn& #39;t tolerate certain forms of dairy, but you can handle other forms. For example, you do well with yogurt, but not milk. For some people the heavier forms of dairy like milk, ice cream, etc. can cause diarrhea, gas and bloating, but other lower lactose dairy products like cheese or yogurt cause no reaction. I find most of my clients fall in this category! βž–Diagnosed* lactose intolerance: I say diagnosed b/c most people self diagnose this incorrectly. Lactose intolerance is when you are missing the enzyme lactase or it& #39;s not functioning correctly, which helps in breaking down lactose. Therefore, you can not digest the lactose (sugar) fully in dairy b/c of the lack of lactase. Symptoms include diarrhea, gas, bloating, cramping, etc. The difference from a sensitivity is that all lactose is an issue, meaning all forms of dairy cause this reaction. βž–Milk Protein Allergy: an overreaction of the immune system to milk protein. Immunoglobulin E responds to milk protein as an invader and it turn cause reaction. Symptoms including wheezing, rash, hives, itching, swelling, anaphylaxis, etc. just wanted to shed some light on the whole "lactose intolerance" thing πŸ₯›πŸ§€πŸ¦πŸ³
- Let's talk dairy issues!? How many of y'all struggle to digest dairy in some way? When I ask my clients if they have any food allergies, lactose intolerance is the most common answer. BUT, I find most of those people don't really suffer from lactose intolerance, they are just sensitive to it. So what the heck is the difference!? βž–Lactose sensitivity: your body doesn't tolerate certain forms of dairy, but you can handle other forms. For example, you do well with yogurt, but not milk. For some people the heavier forms of dairy like milk, ice cream, etc. can cause diarrhea, gas and bloating, but other lower lactose dairy products like cheese or yogurt cause no reaction. I find most of my clients fall in this category! βž–Diagnosed* lactose intolerance: I say diagnosed b/c most people self diagnose this incorrectly. Lactose intolerance is when you are missing the enzyme lactase or it's not functioning correctly, which helps in breaking down lactose. Therefore, you can not digest the lactose (sugar) fully in dairy b/c of the lack of lactase. Symptoms include diarrhea, gas, bloating, cramping, etc. The difference from a sensitivity is that all lactose is an issue, meaning all forms of dairy cause this reaction. βž–Milk Protein Allergy: an overreaction of the immune system to milk protein. Immunoglobulin E responds to milk protein as an invader and it turn cause reaction. Symptoms including wheezing, rash, hives, itching, swelling, anaphylaxis, etc. just wanted to shed some light on the whole "lactose intolerance" thing πŸ₯›πŸ§€πŸ¦πŸ³

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