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Gone are the days of gritting your teeth through gritty soy lattes to avoid the gastrointestinal effects of lactose and dairy fat; a new, smoother, tastier league of mylks has arrived to appease dairy haters of every ilk.
Or the large percentage of individuals who have trouble digesting lactose, the sugar in milk, and prefer something other than dairy milks that may be more easily digested.
Made simply from walnuts, water, and a pinch of salt and sugar, the creamy, dairy-free milk provides a change of pace from almond, soy, or other ordinary lactose-free milks.
Those who can't tolerate lactose or don't want to consume animal products can easily do without dairy.
Other recent research, backed in part by the New Zealand government, concluded that a small group of lactose-intolerant women didn’t feel nauseated after drinking A2 milk.
Who, outside of vegans and the lactose intolerant, doesn’t love those biscuits?
Around two-thirds of people world-wide have trouble digesting lactose, a naturally occurring sugar in milk.
The bakery franchise claims to be founded upon a commitment that all ingredients must be animal-free and free of dairy, lactose, eggs and cholesterol.
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chemistry : a type of sugar that is present in milk
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