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Not sure what to eat? Having trouble finding foods and recipes that fit your special diet? You have come to the right place! For your ease, all ebook and product list download purchases can be made in one order. Simply Add to Cart all of the items you wish to purchase for an easy checkout experience and instant dairy-free gratification!

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Buy Now! - Go Dairy Free E-Book GO DAIRY FREE: The Best-Selling Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living (E-Book / PDF Format)
Our top rated guide and cookbook, Go Dairy Free, is also available in an electronic format for dairy-free consumers worldwide. Purchase the downloadable book now to have it on your desktop in minutes! This PDF version contains active web links, active table of contents links, the ability to print select pages as needed (recipes, dairy ingredient lists for grocery shopping, etc.), and the bonus of immediate delivery!Identical in content to the printed version, you will discover health information, calcium resources, grocery shopping lists, restaurant tips, a complete guide to dairy substitutes, and over 200 recipes within. Go Dairy Free is also available for Kindle subscribers via Amazon Kindle.
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Buy Now! - No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns 2012 No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns (PDF Format)
This is our most comprehensive product list download for the U.S. and Canada. Each dairy ingredient-free* item is cross-referenced to note which foods are also made without eggs, wheat, gluten, and/or soy ingredients. Plus, active links throughout allow for easy access to research products, contact manufacturers, and find out how to purchase. Whether you have multiple food sensitivities or would simply like to keep your diet varied and discover more free-from foods, this extensive file has many grocery options for you.This list includes a wide range of store-bought foods, including cereals, bread, snack items, frozen foods, desserts, mixes, milk substitutes, cheese substitutes, other dairy substitutes, and much more. If you are only interested in alternative products to dairy, see our “Just the Subs” list below. (275 pages)
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Buy Now! - No Dairy Product List 2012 No Dairy Product List (PDF Format)
This is our big list of food products made without milk ingredients.* It is the basic product list for lactose intolerance, milk allergies, and general casein-free living. A special column indicates which products are also made on dedicated dairy-free equipment, and active links within the listings allow you to click right through to the manufacturer for cross-contamination inquiries, or to help you locate the product for purchase.This list includes a wide range of store-bought foods, including cereals, bread, snack items, frozen foods, desserts, mixes, milk substitutes, cheese substitutes, other dairy substitutes, and much more. If you are only interested in alternative products to dairy, see our “Just the Subs” list below. (239 pages)
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Buy Now! - No Dairy + No Soy Product List 2012 No Dairy and No Soy Product List (PDF Format)
Soy allergies and intolerances seem to be quite common among those with milk allergies, plus it can be all to easy to get stuck in a “soy rut.” If you prefer to follow a dairy- and soy-free diet, then this product list should meet your needs. It includes only those products we found to have no soy ingredients and no dairy / milk ingredients.*This list includes a wide range of store-bought foods, including cereals, bread, snack items, frozen foods, desserts, mixes, milk substitutes, cheese substitutes, other dairy substitutes, and much more. If you are only interested in alternative products to dairy, see our “Just the Subs” list below. (158 pages)
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Buy Now! - No Dairy + No Gluten Product List 2012 No Dairy and No Gluten Product List (PDF Format)
This list was created with the gluten-free / casein-free (GFCF) diet in mind, though it is also well suited to those who may be intolerant of gluten and lactose. It includes just those grocery items that we found to be both dairy ingredient-free* and gluten ingredient-free. For those who are highly sensitive to gluten, the product listings have active web links that will take you straight to the manufacturer for inquiries.This list includes a wide range of store-bought foods, including cereals, bread, snack items, frozen foods, desserts, mixes, milk substitutes, cheese substitutes, other dairy substitutes, and much more. If you are only interested in alternative products to dairy, see our “Just the Subs” list below. (160 pages)
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Buy Now! - Just the Subs No Dairy Product List 2012 No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns – Just the Subs (PDF Format)
For those of you who are really interested in the alternatives, this is a pared down version of our complete No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns. Within you will find product alternatives to milk, cheese, cream, chocolate, frosting, ice cream, infant formula and other typical dairy-based foods.If you want a listing that includes cookies, cereal, bread, frozen entrees, and many more everyday food options, go for our complete listing above. But if substitutes are your need, then this is the detailed list for you. This list is also cross-referenced to note which foods are also made without eggs, wheat, gluten, and/or soy ingredients. (55 pages)
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Go Dairy Free Diet & Health Journal Go Dairy Free Diet & Health Journal (PDF Format)
Our Diet & Health Journal was created in conjunction with the Dairy-Free Challenge, to help identify if a dairy-free lifestyle may be beneficial for you. However, it is also an excellent tool for diet tracking in weight loss efforts, to report to your physician, in addressing potential food sensitivities, or in pursuit of a generally healthy diet.If you are taking the Dairy-Free Challenge, we highly recommend utilizing Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook(above) to answer questions and assist in meal planning.The journal includes two weeks (14 days) worth of pages for logging your diet, symptoms, and other notes, and can be reprinted anytime for continued dietary tracking. (15 pages)
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Add to CartPDF DocumentGo Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living (Full eBook / PDF)  – $9.99

Add to CartPDF Document 2012 Complete No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns (PDF) – $11.95

Add to CartPDF Document2012 Complete No Dairy Product List (PDF) – $9.95

Add to CartPDF Document2012 No Dairy and No Soy Product List (PDF) – $9.95

Add to CartPDF Document2012 No Dairy and No Gluten Product List (PDF) – $9.95

Add to CartPDF Document2012 No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns – Just the Subs (PDF) – $4.95

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* What is “No Dairy” and “Dairy Ingredient-Free”? Our lists contain products, which at the time of our research, were made without any milk-based ingredients. If you are seeking products made without eggs as well, then the Complete No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns or the Vegan Product List should assist you. The “No” in No Dairy, No Gluten, No Soy, etc., indicates that the products are made without that ingredient to the best of our knowledge, but keep in mind that cross-contamination is a big possibility in many manufacturing facilities. If concerned, use the web links within our product lists to obtain the contact information for the manufacturers, and inquire directly about processes. Always consult the ingredient statement prior to consumption of any product and if trace amounts of any food are a concern for you, always contact the manufacturer prior to consumption.