where is the lactose?
1/2 of my children are lactose sensitive. Is the lactose stashed away in the fat? does a lower fat content mean less lactose? - asside from buying the super spendy lactose free milk, what other ways can I reduse the amount of lactose my children get from milk? (They hate rice & soy milk)
Lactose is a sugar that is found most notably in milk and is formed from galactose and glucose
Lactose free milks are not necessarily cost prohibitive; they are offered by WIC, covered by most states' Food Stamp programs and many groceries offer a generic version of the expensive stuff.
Almond milk can be a viable substitute for natural milk.
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