There once was a time when all the milk you needed was provided daily at breakfast or suppertime, but times have changed and, as a busy adult, so have you. Most of us simply don’t have the reminders we once did to get our daily dose of dairy.
Or perhaps you have a different reason for giving up the suppertime staple. Maybe milk just doesn’t sit well with you.
If you’re one of those (still) loving milk but living with lactose intolerance, it’s easy to get swept up in the myths and misunderstandings out there. Fortunately, living with lactose intolerance doesn’t mean you have to leave dairy altogether.
See below as we, in partnership with the National Dairy Council (NDC), dispel some of the myths behind what some at first blush may perceive as a food allergy, and offer tips on what you can do to continue enjoying dairy and milk products while living with lactose intolerance.
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