Dairy Products spoiling the Festive Season? Require Treatment for Lactose Intolerance?

By | November 27, 2015

 

Thanksgiving has just past and you just had trouble digesting your coffee with milk, spending more times in the toilet then enjoying your favorite pudding, or couldn’t enjoy those delicious muffins infused with lactose (sugar found in milk) because of being bloated. Read on to discover how you can change that…

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ITS TIME TO MAKE A CHANGE!

With Christmas and New Year’s on our door-step, are you going to sit around and suffer from bloating, diarrhea, nausea, constipation and vomiting by enjoying your favorite delicacies that are infused with lactose; or are you going to change this?

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SAY NO MORE TO BLOATING, NAUSEA, DIARRHEA AND CONSTIPATION!

Thanks to modern technology, with the invention of lactase (the enzyme that breaks down lactose in the digestive system)in the form of liquid drops, tablets and capsules, now one can enjoy all the favorite delicacies that exist.

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ENJOYING THE FESTIVE LIKE NEVER BEFORE!

You can now enjoy the festive season without comprising your health. Lactose in the form of tablets and capsules, also called Lactaid allow you to enjoy the following drinks and foods:

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  • Tea
  • Coffee
  • Puddings
  • Milkshakes
  • Baked Goods
  • Muffins
  • Chocolate
  • Dessertsice-cream-2-1324407
  • Pastas
  • Lasagna
  • Lactose Infused Cooking
  • And many more….

BON APPETITE!!

30 thoughts on “Dairy Products spoiling the Festive Season? Require Treatment for Lactose Intolerance?

  1. scaevity

    I have IBS and struggle with certain foods, and for a long time ive been suspecting that lactose may be part of the problem. For the most part I’ve had to avoid it completely to not suffer the symptoms. I’ll look into these lactase tablets; I’ve never heard of them and I miss eating ice cream 🙁 thankyou, great info!

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  2. Tai Chi Charley

    Well doing what I do for a living I would have to say that its just best not to eat dairy products. IBS is just one of the many negative side effects of eating the excrement of animals. But if people are going to do it anyway I would suggest they try your supplement. Why go through the pain of what its doing to your body if these pills will take the pain away?

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    1. admin

      Hi, Tai Chi Charley

      Exactly hey, why not enjoy the finer thing in life when there is a way.

      Reply
  3. Anne Line

    Useful information for those who have Lactose intolerance.Technology today is good and great that they have found something that helps. If we don’t have the problem ourselves, we don’t think so much about it.A good post you have write. Anne Line

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  4. Ananda

    Hi,

    it was great to meet you from site.I found really great information regarding food.I have decided to change my eating habits after reading your article.You have done a great research on Dairy products and its substitutions.

    Really good info about Lactose in the form of tablets and capsules. Thanks to you.

    Cheers,
    PavaniAnanda.

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    1. admin

      Hi, am glad my post was very informative. I will soon be posting details about the lactase pill. Keep checking my site to learn more

      Regards, Uwais

      Reply
  5. Pat Tucker

    I love how you laid out your approach for Lactose Intolerance… Identify, Eliminate, Substitute, Heal, Reintroduce… it all makes so much sense.

    I do not currently have it, but did suffer from it after a trip to Jamaica. I was lactose intolerant for over a year. I remember how hard it was not to eat the foods I loved.

    I will be sure to pass this post along to my family members as I know a few of them have this issue as well.
    Pat

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    1. admin

      Hi Pat,

      Thank you for the awesome comment. Keep coming back to read more interesting posts.

      Reply
  6. Lou

    A really interesting article. My sister has a lot of food intolerances, such as wheat and dairy etc. It causes havoc with her bowels. She is currently undergoing various medical tests. How does lactase work exactly? And where can you get it? How long do you have to take it for before you can start to eat dairy again?

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    1. admin

      Hi Lou,

      I will soon provide details on how to obtain the lactase enzyme. WATCH THIS SPACE!

      Wish your sis all the best and hopefully find the root cause of her intolerance. To be both wheat (which I think is gluten?) and lactose intolerance is really difficult, esp. when the food around us is made up of these.

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  7. Bluegum

    I’m not lactose intolerant fortunately. But once I had a guest at my place and she had that problem. She asked if I had anything for that and I didn’t. So she suffered. Now I know what to keep in the first aid-box. Is it taken before or after indulging?

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  8. PJ

    I just realized that the foods you mentioned to have lactose or the very food I avoid now, because they upset my stomach. I cannot eat out at most restaurants because of the fact that right after I eat, I get cramps and have to run to the bathroom. TMI! But, I have never put lactose intolerance in the equation.. Thank you so much for the article information and the possibility of a solution!

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  9. Emily

    hi there
    Ahhh the joy of the holidays and all the eating they involve! I grew up with a dad who did not digest dairy products well, something I inherited from him. So what we call “Lactaid”in Canada were allover the house. The problem was that he would often forget to take them and then he would realize it a minute before dinner. Then he would get the “are you kidding me, not again look” from my mother. lol! But this is something I need to buy for myself and learn to carry around with me.

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    1. Uwais Post author

      Hi Emily

      Especially during the festive season we tend to over indulge, Lactaid really solves our dairy issues.

      Reply
  10. Kim

    Wow. What a breakthrough for those who are lactose intolerant!

    I find that I have some problems after drinking flavoured milk. I don’t like the taste or regular milk so I don’t drink it. I don’t have any trouble with other dairy products though so I’m not sure if this is lactose intolerance. Any idea?

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    1. Uwais Post author

      Hi, the level of lactose intolerance differs per individual. Maybe you have problems with high lactose content such as milk, but you okay with eating cheese that has a low lactose content. I hope this answers the question, well it could be one of the reasons.

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  11. Stephanie

    That is good news that there are resources for individuals suffering from lactose intolerance to be able to partake in all of the holiday festivities. I remember when my kids were little, I had my one on a Glueten-Free and Casein-Free diet and it was hard to do around the holidays. Thank you for providing some great products to help with those who cannot enjoy the yummy holiday treats as others can.

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  12. Shannon

    It’s good to know that lactase is available in other forms because I’m a person who’s always on the go and to have tablets is very convenient. I never realized there were so many things that could cause lactose intolerance, but I guess milk is in so many products. Thanks for this great info! 🙂

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  13. Violet

    Thank you for this very important information. I have Lactose intolerance, and Diary products is a no go zone for me. I have had to do without milk for so long, until I have forgotten the delicacies that I have had to forego. I cannot eat out at most restaurants because of the fact that right after I eat, I get cramps and, a running tummy, and have to run to the bathroom.
    Thank you so much for the article information and the solution on what to keep to avoid problems especially during the coming celebration season!
    Will share the site with others who may need the help.
    Thank you,
    Violet.

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  14. Violet

    Thank you for this very important information. I have Lactose intolerance, and Diary products is a no go zone for me. I have had to do without milk for so long, until I have forgotten the delicacies that I have had to forego. I cannot eat out at most restaurants because of the fact that right after I eat, I get cramps and, a running tummy, and have to run to the bathroom.
    Thank you so much for the article information and the solution on what to keep to avoid problems especially during the coming celebration season!
    Will share the site with others who may need the help.
    Thank you,
    Violet.

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    1. admin

      Hi Violet,

      Now you can enjoy this festive and celebration season without any dairy problems. Wishing you an amazing and dairy fulfilled festive season.

      Thank you for the comment. Am glad it has been informative.

      Uwais

      Reply
  15. Marie

    Hi Uwais thanks for the information, I have one teenager who is Gluten free and suffers possibly from some lactose effects and another who isn’t lactose intolerant but does seem to struggle a bit with eating the products you listed.

    I thought the only option was having to stop all these foods completely, so it’s great to know that there are some other products on the market that will help. Do you happen to know if they are available in Europe as well?

    Thanks Marie

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    1. admin

      Hi Marie

      Am South African, and its available here. Am sure its called something else in Europe, but am sure its definitely out there.

      At least you have a solution to lactose products now. Thank you for your comment

      Regards, Uwais

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  16. John

    Thanks for this post! I am not really sure if I am lactose intolerant but sometimes I experience some kind of pain in my stomach if I drink milk for example… But other times it goes fine? I have a question, do you think there is different grades (or levels) of lactose intolerance? How can I know if I am intolerant or not? Thanks!

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    1. Uwais Post author

      Hi, there different levels of lactose intolerance. Some people can tolerate dairy products much better than others. The easiest way to test to leave dairy products for two weeks and see if there any difference wrt to the reaction of your tummy and the symptoms associated with lactose intolerance.

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  17. Lucas

    This is great information to know. I was not aware of this supplement option. I personally am not lactose intolerant, but being lactose intolerant is not uncommon. I will be sure to pass this on to anyone I know who is. It seems like this supplement is the real deal.

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