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I have lactose intolerance. Which dairy products can I consume?

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In general, the higher the fat content, the lower the lactose, and vice versa; you may be able to tolerate whipped cream, but not skim milk, the worst offender. Some people can handle yogurt; the yogurt cultures may eat up the lactose. In addition, cooking the dairy product sometimes helps, as in the case of custard pudding. If you buy lactose treated milk, you must shake it before pouring each serving, being the lactase enzymes sink to the bottom of the container.

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When you're lactose intolerant, you may cringe at the thought of eating dairy products.
But there's really no need. In this day and age, there are plenty of nutrient-rich dairy products you can enjoy, without suffering the all-too-familiar consequences. Those may be Yogurt, Aged cheeses, Low-fat dairy products in small amounts, Lactase-fortified dairy products, Dairy products eaten with a lactase pill, ..
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You can still consume lactose-free milk, lactose-free chocolate milk and aged cheeses that contain a very low amount of lactose (like cheddar cheese).

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