Lactose Intolerant

How Healthy Gut Bacteria Support Digestive Health

…enzymes in order to break down food efficiently and effectively. The enzyme lactase is necessary to digest lactose, the sugar in milk and milk products. Without enough lactase, an intolerance to dairy products is almost guaranteed. Research has shown that individuals who have a sensitivity to milk as…

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Food Allergies or Food Intolerances: How They Affect Digestive Health

…food intolerance does not involve an immune system response. For instance, a person who is lactose intolerant simply doesn't produce enough of the enzyme lactase to fully digest lactose, which is a type of sugar found in milk and other dairy products. Consequently, those who are lactose intolerant often…

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Celiac Disease Symptoms Identified

…Nighttime bone pain associated with loss of calcium Other conditions associated with celiac disease include thyroid disease, type 1 diabetes, lactose intolerance, arthritis, bowel and stomach cancer, skin problems such as eczema, and allergies. More Dr. Williams Advice on Celiac Disease * What causes celiac…

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