Lactose Intolerance Community
What's in the carton?
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Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest lactose. Lactose is a type of sugar found in milk and other dairy products. The. purpose of the community is to share support and information with Lactose Intolerant patients, their loved ones and caregivers. Topics in the community include: causes, clinical trials, complications, family issues, living with Lactose Intolerance, prognosis, research, and treatments.

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What's in the carton?

How about milk? When I was a kid, there was only one kind of milk, Moo cow milk. That's it! Now when you walk down the milk isle in a grocery store, it goes on forever. It's 1%, 2%, low fat, skim milk, acidophilus. What the hell is going on? Acidophilus? Milk doesn't need a friend. That belongs in the yogurt section. How about Lactose Intolerant milk? ... If you're Lactose Intolerant, you can't drink milk. So what's in the carton? How about Soy milk? There's no such thing as Soy milk. It's Soy juice. But they couldn't sell Soy juice, so they call it Soy milk. Because just saying the words Soy juice, actually makes you gag. We all know there's no Soy milk, because there's no Soy titty. Is there?
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