Dairy-Free

How to Start Eating Dairy-Free

If you're just getting started eating dairy-free, you may not be sure what's safe to eat and what's not. There are healthy ways to eat dairy-free if you need to for an allergy, intolerance, preference or if you're eating a vegan diet. Depending on why you might be eating dairy-free, there are a few differences in what your diet might look like. For example, being lactose-intolerant is different from having a dairy allergy, and there are some low-lactose or lactose-free foods that people with lactose intolerance can eat.

1-Day Dairy-Free Healthy-Pregnancy Meal: 2,200 Calories

Even if you aren't drinking milk or eating dairy foods during your pregnancy, you can still find dairy's nutritious components, like calcium and protein, in other foods. We developed this dairy-free meal plan with plenty of the good-for-you-nutrients that help to support a healthy pregnancy.

1-Day Dairy-Free Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

Food allergies and intolerances can add on an extra layer of complication when it comes to planning meals. Rest assured, with EatingWell's allergy-friendly recipes and meal plans, making healthy, delicious and safe meals is simple. In this dairy-free, lactose-free meal plan, tasty meals and snacks come together to create a day of healthy and balanced eating.

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