Lactose intolerance is confusing! As we see in this lighthearted Man on the Street Video, there are a lot of myths and confusion around dairy digestion.
Read the facts below. And email us with questions you still have at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lactose Intolerance Is Not a Dairy Allergy
Many people confuse the terms lactose intolerance and milk allergy. Lactose intolerance is a digestive problem; milk allergy involves the immune system.
You Can Enjoy Dairy Foods Even with Lactose Intolerance
Remember "Different People Can Tolerate Different Amounts of Lactose”
A few simple strategies to manage lactose intolerance:
- Sip It- Manage serving sizes. Your body may be able to tolerate small doses of dairy throughout the day, instead of large servings at once.
- Try It- Choose dairy foods that are naturally low in lactose.
- Stir It- Some people tolerate lactose better when they eat dairy foods with other foods, instead of enjoying dairy on its own.
Free Education Downloads:
Lactose Intolerance & Your Child
Dairy Digestion Just the Facts
Fall In Love with Dairy Again
Rethinking Lactose Intolerance
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Power Point Presentation About Lactose Intolerance- Designed for health and nutrition professionals