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Drink milk, eat milk products and check your health for intolerance

When out with your friends or colleagues you normally tend to snack up the tea time at some bakers, correct? Well, that’s one sort of habit that I too possess. Bakers, have a variety of milk products in their store for sales which, we tend to nibble around whilst chatting with our friends.

Milk and milk products contain sugar (lactose) which needs to be broken down into glucose or galactose then to be absorbed by our body for its benefits. However, lately I have got to know that many in Asia are very intolerable to this sugar after the age of 5. This is known as lactose intolerance.

Lactose intolerance, is just the inability of the body to digest the sugar present in milk. This can also be a result of an illness, such as gastrointestinal or inflammatory bowel diseases. The symptoms could vary from indigestion, gas, bloating stomach, diarrhoea or cramps.

Diary products such as milk, yoghurt and cheese contain lactose along with store foods like bread, biscuits and cakes. You can however have some as not everything is forbidden and you can still feat on few milk products. Yoghurt can be eaten safely because the bacteria helps it to digest. Some cheese like Cheddar and Edam contain very less amount of lactose. So even these can be tasted well.

Always make sure you start with less amount of these foods and then gradually increase to a higher level as and when you get used or tolerant to lactose. Making sure that there are milk products in your everyday diet will help battle the intolerance.

Having a good health constitutes to a better day and a best living. If you are still in a perplexity about he symptoms then, its good for you to knock on the doors of a doctor or a call to your smiling physician.

Be healthy, live happy!


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10 thoughts on “Drink milk, eat milk products and check your health for intolerance”

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  4. Kellsie says:

    Well put, sir, well put. I’ll ceratnily make note of that.

    1. Akinbowale says:

      Developing lcaotse-intolerance in 2nd trimester of pregnancy?I am 17 weeks into my pregnancy. The last 2 weeks have not been fun. I usually drink milk daily, and i enjoy cheese and other dairy products. 1-2 weeks ago, i became very bloated, severe cramps, diarrhea the whole day, and LOTS of gas. Has anyone heard of developing lcaotse intolerance? Or maybe i was already mildly sensitive before and now i cannot tolerate it? I read that the digestive system slows down, and maybe certain food does not absorb now that my system is slower. Any thoughts? Any links?

      1. Cynthia says:

        How wonderful for her if she has out grown it. I too will keep my fenrigs and toes crossed.My youngest Tammy is also allergic so I know what you went through trying to find out what was causing the problems.She is 35 now and still allergic. But, as she only had soy formula as a baby she absolutely loves all of the new soy products.Oh i hope the test results come back soon!!Have a terrific evening Sandi!!:-)))

  5. srikanth says:

    milk and milk products good for better health.

    1. Essie says:

      Always a good job right here. Keep rolling on through.

  6. John says:

    Hi Jimmy!

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    Cheers, John

    1. Staysha says:

      This has made my day. I wish all posintgs were this good.

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