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my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/lactose-intolerance

People with lactose intolerance can usually find a level of lactose-containing foods that will not produce symptoms. You can learn through trial and error what  ...

www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/digestive-diseases-lactose-intolerance

Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest lactose, the sugar in milk and dairy products. Learn more about this common condition.

www.besthealthmag.ca/best-eats/lactose-intolerance/8-surprising-sources-of-lactose

If you think skipping milk, cheese and butter keeps your life lactose-free, think again. Lactose, a sugar found in milk products, quietly lurks in a variety of foods ...

www.drugs.com/cg/lactose-free-diet.html

What is it? A lactose free diet means eating foods that have no lactose. Lactose is a sugar that is a normal part of milk products. Some people do not break down ...

www.everydayhealth.com/digestive-health/best-diet-for-lactose-intolerance.aspx

Jan 17, 2012 ... Learn what non-dairy foods to eat to ensure you're getting enough ... in their diet, particularly cheese and yogurt, which contain less lactose.

healthyeating.sfgate.com/foods-high-lactose-6159.html

Foods that are high in lactose are milk, cheese, yogurt and sour cream. Milk has the highest amount at 12 grams per cup. Cheese that has 1 gram of lactose per ...

healthyeating.sfgate.com/list-foods-avoid-lactose-intolerance-1961.html

Avoid ricotta cheese, cottage cheese and feta cheese and foods prepared with ... Ice cream contains less lactose compared to milk and commercial yogurts, but ...

www.dietitians.ca/Downloads/Factsheets/Food-Sources-of-Lactose.aspx

Read the ingredient list on product labels to find out if the product contains a lactose-containing food. Food items to look out for include: Milk. Milk solids.

www.prevention.com/food/dairy-for-lactose-intolerant-people

May 18, 2016 ... If you suffer from lactose intolerance, you may not have to ditch all dairy—try these foods that are lower in lactose instead. ... Harder cheeses—think cheddar, Swiss, and Parmesan—that have been aged at least 6 months, are ...