Low lactose milk and cheese products are the most important lactose-free foods, according to the latest scientific research, and the study suggests that the most popular ones may be the dairy products that people most often consume in their everyday lives.
The study, which was conducted by the University of Cambridge’s Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Immunology, found that milk and dairy products were more likely to cause a lactose intolerance than those containing sugar.
Lactose intolerance is a condition that can cause a person to develop an intense or severe milk or dairy allergy, which can lead to a severe health condition.
Lactic acid is the primary component of milk and is responsible for the distinctive taste and aroma that are characteristic of dairy products.
Research also suggests that some dairy products contain a molecule called the lactase enzyme that can produce a more harmful form of the enzyme.
The researchers also found that dairy products containing the lactosease enzyme are more likely than those without to cause an intolerance.
These results suggest that, while milk and milk products are generally considered to be more important than sugar-free varieties, dairy products with lactose inhibitors are often the most frequently consumed.
The scientists also found a correlation between lactose sensitivity and the consumption of milk products containing lactose, as well as milk containing lactase inhibitor.
The lactose intolerant who is lactose sensitive may also find it easier to tolerate dairy products as a result of these findings.