FAQ

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What is lactose intolerance?  Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest dairy products. You can read more about it here.

How many people are lactose intolerant? As of 2007, 82% of America’s population is lactose intolerant.

How do I know I am lactose intolerant? You can know if you are lactose intolerant when you feel sensitive after consuming any dairy. You can also feel bloating, abdominal cramps, gas, and even diarrhea. If you are still not sure read on tests you can take here and here.

Is there are treatment to lactose intolerance? There is no medical treatment for lactose intolerance. You can take lactase enzyme caplets for every serving size of food that contains dairy. You can also try to become tolerant to milk. Read more here.

Are there are milk replacements? Yes, there are several dairy-free and lactose-free milks you can try. Read more about them here and here.

 

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