lactose-intolerant


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lactose-intolerant

adj to be lactose-intoleranteine Laktose-Intoleranz haben
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Some for its general nutritional value, others because they are lactose-intolerant or have medical ailments," says Bashir.
The Waterford woman, who is lactose-intolerant, bought the medium-sized beverage which included add-on prices for vanilla syrup (60c) and soy milk (60c).
The lactose-intolerant woman from Waterford paid [euro]5.15 for her MEDIUM-SIZED latte, with additional costs being added on for vanilla syrup (60c) and soy milk (60c).
The Waterford woman, who is lactose-intolerant, was charged a total of [euro]5.15 ([pounds sterling]4.58) for her the medium coffee, which included add-on prices for vanilla syrup (60 cents) and soy milk (60 cents).
It stated that it was easily digested by lactose-intolerant individuals, adding that it was rich in healthy vitamins and minerals, especially B vitamins, vitamin C and iron.
"My favourite birthday card last week featured a woman sitting in a restaurant announcing, 'I'm a lactose-intolerant vegan with gluten issues.
CO YO, a popular plant-based yogurt, was found to comprise minute traces of lactose during product testing, implying threat to the lactose-intolerant patients.
She's busy, her kids are grown and gone, it's a big production, and one of her grandchildren and one of her sons-in-law are lactose-intolerant, which is a shande.
But today's kids are growing up believing dairy is scary because their parents have bought into the celeb-led myths that milk is fattening, we're all lactose-intolerant and that cows are bad for the environment.
However, the health ministry added, since some of the biscuits may already have been sold, lactose-intolerant individuals are urged not to consume them.
DSM has published a paper investigating the reasons behind rising yogurt consumption in China and provides new insights in how health-conscious, lactose-intolerant Chinese consumers are embracing this dairy food.
His analysis showed that the extremely well-aged cheese was made with a "starter" of bacteria and yeast instead of rennet from the guts of a young animal, creating a low-lactose cheese that Asia's lactose-intolerant people could have eaten.