Ok, so I admit it, I'm lacto-paleo.
Apparently this is some sort of abomination, because in discussions I've had around the web it seems like people fixate on that fact and won't help me with anything else until I swear off the stuff.
I've never been a big dairy eater, but I still enjoy having a little bit of sour cream on taco salads and cheese (portabella pizza anyone?). And every now and then, coconut milk isn't available and I use half & half or cream in my coffee. (Ye gods, the world might end when I do that!)
I'm even in the works to get raw milk from a local farm in the next few weeks to make my own yogurt.
Someone said "Dairy is only designed to fatten up young, so that's why you're not losing weight." Does that have any merit?
P.S. Other paleo in the house is probably always going to eat dairy as well, so even if I had to stop eating it, it would be difficult because it wouldn't be a mutual thing.
P.P.S. I should also add that I've NEVER EVER had an issue with lactose intolerance in my entire life. I've been drinking / consuming dairy since I was a kid with zero intestinal, or digestive issues what so ever.