Being a diabetic and considering how important knowledge of food is to us all, I have a question that though it doesn't relate to diabetes per se, still it's possible someone here might have the answer. I am extremely lactose-intolerant. Whenever my better half and I order a pizza, we have to ask our server to make sure that cheese is left off one half of it. Last night we went out to this over-priced place and while the meal was good (while I was eating it) I came down with SEVERE cramps minutes after leaving the restaurant. My girlfriend felt fine. Now I didn't see any cheese on my slices so it's possible I might be sensitive to something else. The toppings we had were sun-dried tomatos, roasted sweet peppers and broccoli. Plus, the pizza was a bit on the oily side which needs mentioning because it's possible that I might also be sensitive to cooking oils. Eating mayonnaise in the past has caused me problems. When I search the web however for information on any links between cooking oils and stomach cramps, I can't find anything. Is there a link that any of you dear readers know of? Am I going to watch very carefully over this from now on? Are there certain oils out there (if there is a link) which won't cause me problems as much as others? Thanks!