(HealthDay News) — Intolerance to lactose, if present in any respect, varies from person to person, the U.S. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases says.
For many, signs may be prevented by decreasing the quantity of lactose consumed in dairy foods or drinks.
But first you must know that lactose is within the food you’re about to eat or drink. The agency mentions these ingredient “buzzwords” that point out the presence of lactose:
- Milk by-products.
- Dry milk solids.
- Nonfat dry milk powder.