Lactose intolerance

What Lactose intolerance is and symptoms and problems of lactose intolerance

Lactose intolerance is when someone cannot fully digest dairy products. Symptoms of lactose intolerance are diarrhea, nausea and sometimes vomiting, abdominal cramps, bloating, and gas.
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Foods you should stay away from if your lactose intolerant.

Foods that you should avoid if your lactose intolerant are regular milk, fresh cheeses, yogurt, ice cream, skim milk, powder.

Other food you can eat if lactose intolerant.

other things you can eat are other forms of soy dairy, you can eat broccoli, pinto beans, and lettuce greens such as spinach and kale,calcium-enriched fruit juice and tofu to get calcium

Long term effects of lactose intolerance.

One of the long term effects of lactose intolerance's is a calcium deficiency which leads to osteoporosis. Another long term effect but is not as common is a lack of vitamin D which can lead to bone disease.

How to cure lactose intolerance

The way to cure lactose intolerance is by easing dairy back into your diet. Start by drinking half a cup of milk which is the equivalent to a glass. This should cut down on symptom over time. You can also take pills to help digest milk.

7 day food plan.

Day 1: veggi pot pie.

Day 2: roasted rack of lamb.

Day 3: marinated grilled shrimp.

Day 4: Salisbury steak.

Day 5: sweet, sticky and spicy chicken.

Day 6: sesame noodles.

Day 7: house fried rice.