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Old 03-01-12, 03:44 PM   #1
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Too much of a good thing?

A touchy subject:
Lately, I have been eating a whack load of yogurt. I went over to the Greek style quite recently and have been chowing down about one and a half cups a day, two servings of the amount on the label. Although I have been feeling great, something does not seem to agree with me in the buttal region. Has anyone else had such a reaction? I am not lactose intolerant and plan on cutting back and seeing if the increased amount has been the underlying cause. I am going House m.d on this one.
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If the yogurt has active bacteria, you might be overloading your intestinal tract. Maybe cut back to every other day?
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