Milk, Cheese, and Yogurt
Dairy is one of the main culprits of fatigue. The proteins casein and whey in dairy become harder for individuals to process the older they get. Having intolerances to these proteins results in tiredness as one of the main symptoms. This is because the immune system builds an army of antibodies to fight these proteins, which results in fatigue. It is hard to cut dairy because a lot of processed foods unexpectedly contain dairy and proteins. For example, any product with caramel is likely to have milk additives in it. If individuals experience fatigue after consuming dairy, it is recommended for them to eliminate it from their diet entirely and then reintroduce one item at a time to see which one is causing problems.
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