Can't stomach your milk? Keep lactose intolerance at bay

Hughes, Luanne
October 1993
Environmental Nutrition;Oct93, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p2
Suggests ways adults can cope with lactose intolerance. Difference with allergy; Careful reading of labels; Pharmaceutical products; Consumption of small amounts of lactose-rich foods at a time; More.


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