Avoiding Dairy Products Due To Lactose Intolerance May Be Unnecessary

Posted on March 6, 2010


People who believe that they have an intolerance to lactose are warned about going overboard by avoiding dairy products altogether.

According to experts at the National Institutes of  Health,  eliminating dairy products could impact on diet and health and it may not be necessary at all.

Researchers examined findings on lactose intolerance and strategies to manage the condition. They found no reason  for persons with lactose intolerance to avoid dairy products.  The  findings suggest that they can tolerate about 12 grams of lactose daily, about 1 cup of milk.

If you believe you suffer from lactose intolerance read this report before avoiding dairy products. Your nutrition could be a health risk factor.

According to the  report The health risks are greater by avoiding dairy products altogether.