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Yes: Yoghurt has some lactose that has not fermented and lead to symptoms in people who have severe lactose intolerance. ...Read more
You can do it @home: Just eat a small amount and see if you get symptoms. If you do try lactaid products. ...Read more
Most likely: If you are lactose intolerant, you will most likely develop symptoms after eating yogurt that contains lactose. ...Read more
Which form of yogurt has the least amount of lactose? I love greek yogurt; if I suspect lactose intolerance, can I eat it?
None of them: Yogurt does not have lactose in it (or at least not a considerable amount). This is because it is made with bacteria cultures, which feed on the lactose to make acids which turn milk into yogurt. Yogurt does not cure lactose intolerance (there is no cure). However, lactose intolerant people can eat yogurt with no problems. ...Read more
Why does lactose intolerance increase with age? If I am lactose sensitive, when is the time of day at which I should eat yogurt to keep healthy?
Yes.: Any cheese you buy should be devoid of carbohydrate, but your lucky: swiss, chedder, colby, provolone, parmesgan, romano, etc. Avoid american processed chees. (read the lable-carbs which are lactose). Frozen ices and most yogurts contain lactose. Greek and middle eastern style yogurts may contain little to none. But check the carbs-lactose, unless sweetened with corn syrup & dextrose. ...Read more
Yogurt for 5 days = no problems String cheese = subsequent vomiting How could the intolerance be different if both "dairy"?
Different forms: And different additives, despite same origin,Get a more detailed answer ›
For partial lactose intolerance, is there a website or other resource that tells how much lactose remains in various brands and flavors of yogurt?
How long does it typically take for people with lactose intolerance to feel sick after drinking milk or eating yogurt?
Varies: The time for symptoms to develop varies, but usually not immediate...More often these symptoms occur hours after ingestion. ...Read more
My 6 month old had projectile vomiting today. I recently introduced baby yogurt - 2 days ago and again last night. Could this be a bug or intolerance?
What are symptoms of lactose intolerance? Consumed cheese, yogurt, or milk, she complains of terrible stomach pains
Yes: That is a possibility- there are other possibilities as well. Was this a first time occurence or does it occur repeatedly with ingestion of milk and dairy products.? Try doing without milk and dairy for a week or two and see what happens. A specialist can do testing for lactose intolerance if you want to be sure. ...Read more
I can eat milk, cheeses, and Greek yogurt. However, cream upsets my stomach & gives me cold like symptoms. Could this be a whey or casein intolerance?
Intolerance: Whey and/or casein may be the problem. Please stop taking them for a week or two. If things don't change please see your doctor. If things do change for the better don't take any more whey or casein. ...Read more
Why do I get a stomach ache when I eat greek yogurt? Does that mean I have lactose intolerance? Can it be because of the live culture and probiotics
I'm not lactose intolerance, fine with milk n cheese etc. But I get severe diarrhea and stomach cramp 1-2 hrs after eating Greek yogurt. Why is that?
Greek yougurt: And GI symptoms. There must be something in the yogurt that you are sensitive to. Please read the label and see what's in it as a flavoring, coloring, preservative, etc. Consider eating a different brand or non-Greek yogurt. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Yogurt lactose: This may be true. If the yogurt has active cultures in it, they can break down the lactose. Wikipedia has a good discussion on this with references for you to read. So does the Cleveland Clinic. Since the amount of active lactobacilli in brands of yogurt is often not mentioned, it is important to try small amounts first. This may only help with tolerance of other dairy products consumed with it. ...Read more
Lactose intolerance: Any yogurt with an active culture would be tolerated by those with lactose intolerance. ...Read more
Lactase-treated…: Milk (lactaid, dairy ease) or lactose-free cheese, yogurt, ice cream should present no problems. Using lactase enzyme tablets (lactaid, dairy ease) before dairy products will break down milk sugar that causes problems. Enjoy your dairy products as good sources of calcium. ...Read more
Yes you can: Yes you can if you are lactose intolerant. ...Read more
Milk intolerant so switching to yogurt and cheese. What kinds of foodborne illnesses can I get from cheese?
Unpasteurized cheese: Although required by fda to be aged 60+ days to destroy bacteria, still possible for listeria, salmonella, e. Coli or other bacteria to cause illness. [google unpasteurized cheese for list]. Pasteurized cheeses should be safe if properly cooled. Cheese may still cause problems for milk-intolerant; try lactaid/dairy ease tablets as directed to prevent symptoms. Yogurt has good bacteria to help. ...Read more
How can I know if my child is lactose intolerant? How do I know which cheeses and yogurts don't have lactose?
Lab Tests or Symptom: Your child's doctor can run lactose-intolerance tests. However, the easiest way may be to remove lactose-containing foods/beverages from the child's diet and see if their symptoms improve. I'm afraid all cheeses and yogurts contain lactose. There are some speciality milks that are lactose free. However, if your child is lactose-intolerant, there is no need to have dairy in their diet. ...Read more
No: Yogurt that is derived from cow's milk would cause a similar problem as milk. ...Read more
Is align probiotic supplements a good substitute for probiotic yogurt if you're lactose intolerant?
The Align: Probiotics are commonly recommended to restore/maintain healthy gut flora. I am not so sure this will help directly with lactose intolerance. ...Read more
If you are lactose intolerant and still have bloating/gas from lactose-free yogurt, is there something else in the diary that causes these symptoms?
How do I know if I'm lactose intolerant? I drink milk, eat cheese and yogurt. I usually have diarrhea right after. Zero dairy and I'm constipated.
Lactose free milk: Drink lactose free milk and your problem is solved ...Read more
I am lactose intolerant and recently noticed that I am able to have yogurt for breakfast w/o the symptoms I typically get after eating anything with lactose (pizza, ice cream, cream, etc.)?
Amount of lactose: Assuming the cream is not heavy cream, the amount of lactose (milk sugar) in the yogurt is likely significantly less than in the foods that cause you problems. Heavy cream is mostly milk fat, so if you can tolerate yogurt, intolerance of heavy cream would be more likely a fat intolerance. ...Read more
I always drink plenty of milk, yogurt, whey, and cheese. But lately when I drink milk on empty stomach, I get gas and kinda bloated. Am I intolerant?
Possibly: If this continues and is consistent with milk and milk products it is possible you have become lactose intolerant (not unusual at your age). Try lactaid milk to see if symptoms improve. If symptoms with other foods or not better with Lactaid milk and if losing weight then consider other conditions like celiac disease ...Read more
I get mild to severe stomach pain after eating yogurt, and most fruits, eg, apples, grapes, watermelon. I'm not lactose intolerant, other dairy is ok.
Marketing tool: There are no "super foods". Some are good in providing essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals), other stuff like antioxidants, gut friendly bacteria (probiotics), fiber fuel for the probiotics (prebiotics). No food will prevent or cure a disease. Yogurt is a very good food-esp if unsweetened, low-fat or no fat. Provides good quality protein, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, b6, b12, probiotics. ...Read more