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2005/07/23 20:37:12 (permalink)

lactose free diet!

Been diagnosed as having lactose sensitivity. So no milk or dairy products. Can replace milk with soya, no prob, but can't find any prot drink without milk solids. Diet for me is a problem at the best of times and two milk & prot shakes a day took care of two meals - now I'm totally stumped.

Need advice about what lactose free bulking products. Or what I can replace those two meals with cheaply without more damn cooking.



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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: lactose free diet! 2005/07/23 20:55:34 (permalink)
    TBH protein shakes are simply for convenience

    IMO you can get round the issue without it, just runn natural food

    should find a few below

    CARBOHYDRATES
    Oats
    Broccoli
    Sweet Potato
    Muller Light Yoghurt
    Skimmed Milk
    Fibre Rich Veg
    Wholegrain Bread
    Basmati/Long Grain Rice
    Whole-wheat Pasta
    Wholemeal Pitas
    Spinach
    Apples
    Pears
    Oranges
    Peaches
    Plums
    New Boiled Potatoes
    Yams
    Muesli (natural no sugar added)
    Natural bean soups
    Herbal teas
    Chickpeas
    Split beans
    Black beans
    Tonic water
    Barley
    Mustard


    PROTEINS
    Chicken (skin & bones removed) breast
    Lean Red Meat
    Tuna
    Mackerel
    Salmon
    Low Fat Cottage Cheese
    Quark
    Turkey (skinless)
    Sardines
    Kippers
    Whey Protein shakes
    Veal
    Venison
    Soya Milk
    Tofu
    Quorn
    Tempeh
    Low fat Yoghurts
    Lentils
    Seeds
    Egg Whites
    Shellfish
    Buttermilk
    Bacon back

    GOOD FATS (EFAs)
    Olives
    Olive Oil
    Flax Seeds
    Flax Oil
    Almonds
    Cashews
    Nut Butters(hazel/almond/cashew/peanut)
    Fatty Fish (kippers/sardines/makerl/salmon)
    Avocados
    Nut Oils
    Columbus Eggs
    Seeds
    Macadamia nuts
    UDOs Oil
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    littlejones
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    RE: lactose free diet! 2005/07/23 21:13:27 (permalink)
    I have the same problem mate, I have now settled on MyProteins Whey Protein Isolate 90%, I think it has 0.3g lactose per shake, and I take a digestive enzyme which contains lactase which in simple terms counteracts the lactose. Do a google search for more details, but you can buy lactase tablets from most health food shops.


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    RE: lactose free diet! 2005/07/23 21:42:13 (permalink)
    What do you mean by lactose 'sensitivity' ?

    Not being able to handle lactose doesn't mean you can't have dairy, I get terrible stomach cramps and have to hit the toilet every 15 minutes if I drink a glass of cows milk but have no trouble at all with any other dairy products.
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    RE: lactose free diet! 2005/07/23 21:43:31 (permalink)
    must just be a different level of lactose you can handle
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    RE: lactose free diet! 2005/07/23 21:57:12 (permalink)
    But hard cheese for example doesn't contain lactose.
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    RE: lactose free diet! 2005/07/25 10:14:01 (permalink)
    I am too lactose intolerent but still eat dairy in the form of yogurts, whey, cheeses etc etc. Even a small amount of milk is ok (~50ml or less). I use soya milk for all other stuff.

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