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

Foods high in lactose. The most common high-lactose foods include: Milk, milkshakes and other milk-based beverages; Whipping cream and coffee creamer; Ice cream, ice milk, sherbet; Cheese; Butter; Puddings, custards; Cream soups, cream sauces; Foods made with milk. Other foods that MAY contain lactose in smaller ...

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

According to Desiree Nielsen, a Vancouver-based registered dietitian, lactose is more prevalent than you might think. “Lactose is an inexpensive by-product of dairy production and is used as a bulking agent. It's very common in flavourings to impart that buttery, cheesy, creamy taste and texture in foods.” Concerned that you ...

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

Jan 17, 2012 ... Keep an eye out for foods containing "hidden" lactose as part of their overall ingredients, such as breads, baked goods, processed cereals, instant potatoes, soups, creamy sauces, non-kosher lunch meats, salad dressings, pancake and biscuit mixes, and powdered meal replacements. Also, don't let the ...

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 lactose well. They may not have enough lactase, the enzyme that breaks lactose down in the body. Or, their body may make lactase that does not work properly.

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. Malted milk. Buttermilk. Curds. Cheese flavours. Non-fat milk powder. Non-fat milk solids. Sweet or sour cream. Lactose. Whey. Yogurt. Use the following table to help ...

www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Nutrition-A-Z/Lactose/Food-Sources-of-Lactose.aspx

Feb 8, 2013 ... Use the following table to help choose foods that are low in lactose. Most people are able to tolerate less than 6 g of lactose at one time. Eating small amounts of lactose-containing foods or beverages with a meal also helps to decrease symptoms of lactose intolerance.

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

Many processed foods can contain skim milk powder or other lactose-containing ingredients. Read food labels and make sure you don't see any skim milk powder , cheese or yogurt on the label of the foods you want to buy. For example, Bechamel sauces, lasagna and mashed potatoes are all likely to contain hidden  ...

www.food-intolerance-network.com/food-intolerances/lactose-intolerance/what-foods-contain-lactose.html

Nov 21, 2013 ... What foods contain lactose? Lactose can generally be found in all dairy products. However, if a person has lactose intolerance it does not automatically mean that they are intolerant to all dairy products! It depends on the type of manufacturing process and how much lactose is still present in the product ...