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Which type of milk can lactose intolerant people drink?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: Multiple available

Soy milk is naturally free of the lactose sugar that triggers the problem. There is also many products that add the enzyme your body doesn't have to digest the lactose sugar (lactase enzyme).
When added in proper amounts it prevents any symptoms of intolerance. Lactaid is such a product. You can also take the enzyme in pill form & avoid symptoms.

In brief: Multiple available

Soy milk is naturally free of the lactose sugar that triggers the problem. There is also many products that add the enzyme your body doesn't have to digest the lactose sugar (lactase enzyme).
When added in proper amounts it prevents any symptoms of intolerance. Lactaid is such a product. You can also take the enzyme in pill form & avoid symptoms.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Martin Fried
General Practice
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Lactaid

Lactaid milk is a milk in which the sugar lactose has already been broken into its components of glucose and galactose sugars.
These sugars will get absorbed without any problem in the intestinal tract.

In brief: Lactaid

Lactaid milk is a milk in which the sugar lactose has already been broken into its components of glucose and galactose sugars.
These sugars will get absorbed without any problem in the intestinal tract.
Dr. Martin Fried
Dr. Martin Fried
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