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Old 06-24-2012, 02:57 PM   #1
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I just found out I am lactose intolerant. I would like to know the nutritional differences between soy milk and cow milk. And if there are any other options for me milk wise now since I can not have it
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Almond milk would be worth looking into.

Also, keep in mind that lactose is the sugar in dairy products, so you may be able to handle cheeses quite well.

I don't handle milk, but the minor amount of lactose in cheese gives me no issues.
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I just found out I am lactose intolerant. I would like to know the nutritional differences between soy milk and cow milk. And if there are any other options for me milk wise now since I can not have it
There is ordinary milk that is lactose free as well; the milk has been treated, de-lactated or whatever it's called

Lactofree - Say yes to dairy without the lactose

That's just one link.
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Oops, wrong thread. I thought it was "LACROSSE intolerant." My bad. Sorry. Hope everything works out for you. :vroam"
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I've discovered within the last year that I am severely lactose intolerant. I buy LacTaid in bulk since I haven't wanted to remove dairy from my diet. I have issues with milk, cream and cheese. I take a pill with my shake and don't have any issues. Checking with my doctor in a few weeks to see if there is a once a day enzyme tablet I can take.
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