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A growing number of food manufacturers are making products specifically for lactose-intolerant consumers.
Very small amounts of lactose are used in the drugs, and they cause side effects in only a few lactose-intolerant patients.
According to the International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association, an ever-increasing number of international consumers look for kosher certification to satisfy religious requirements, as an assurance of quality, or to meet particular dietary needs (i.e., vegetarian, lactose-intolerant, food allergies, etc.).
Most, but not all of the lactose (natural milk sugar) in yogurt is digested by beneficial bacteria, so the majority of lactose-intolerant people can eat yogurt unless they are very sensitive.
The companies note that the system can also be used to deliver vitamins, nutrition, or supplements to beverages, and that even lactose-intolerant children can enjoy the straws, since the flavors go equally well with soy and other milk alternatives.
Owner Jim Byrnes' shop is divided by wall-size windows and a door, with the "people side" serving 12 flavors of Ashby's Sterling Ice Cream as well as frozen custard made onsite; while the god side serves ice cream designed for diabetic and lactose-intolerant people.
It is usually not necessary to eliminate dairy foods from the diets of lactose-intolerant children and adolescents, and doing so may compromise their long-term skeletal health.
Khosla explains that someday patients with celiac disease might take these two enzymes in a pill with gluten-heavy meals, much as lactose-intolerant people can take a pill if they want to eat dairy products.
Moreover, the Member's Mark entry is formulated for babies who are lactose-intolerant or allergic to cow's milk protein, and it is manufactured to help infants who are recovering from diarrhea or suffering other reactions to milk-based formulas, including gas, colic or general fussiness.
Sheese is also popular among other consumers who are lactose-intolerant or allergic to dairy products.
Bright Beginnings Soy Pediatric Drink is a ready-to-drink supplement specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of children who may be allergic to cow's milk protein or are lactose-intolerant. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) has determined that the beverage is eligible for use in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).
Nick Griffin, of Buffalo Gold based in Leighton Buzzard, Buckinghamshire, said the milk could be used by people who were lactose-intolerant and had also helped clear up eczema and irritable bowel syndrome.