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If You've "recovered" From Lactose Intolerance, How Long Did It Take?


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#16 corinne

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Posted 08 October 2006 - 06:03 PM

I'm just reintroducing dairy now after 9 months gluten free. I can tolerate butter and hard cheeses so far. Initially, I reacted to even 1/4 tsp of butter so this is a huge improvement.
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Posted 08 October 2006 - 07:23 PM

My understanding is that commercial buttermilk is a product fermented from skim milk, using a culture that does not break down much of the lactose contained in the milk.



Hmmm -- perhaps it's that I'm not as lactose-intolerant as I thought I was -- I didn't think I was reacting to buttermilk or butter -- certainly didn't have the same symptoms.
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