Can I Eat Yogurt If I Am Lactose Intolerant?

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Yes, it is possible to eat yogurt if lactose intolerant. In high quality yogurt with only a few ingredients there are live cultures that will digest the lactose. Another yogurt that can be consumed is Greek yogurt. This type of yogurt has less lactose.
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Yogurt is made by adding a bacterial culture that eats lactose, excreting lactic acid. With the lactose already removed, the yogurt is fully digestible by lactose intolerant people
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Most with lactose intolerance need to avoid dairy
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Well the answer to your question is that the yogurt is containing live active bacteria that actually improve lactose digestion. Both the yogurt and cheese are fermentated by the bacteria
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Both yogurt and cheese are fermented by bacteria. Yogurt with live cultures have intestine-friendly bacteria like Lactobacillus. Some of the lactose is digested by the bacteria's
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