Diet for lactose intolerance: Which food you should consume during lactose intolerance

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Consume nutritious food during lactose tolerance

Diet for lactose intolerance: Consumption of some foods is beneficial during lactose tolerance

Lactose intolerance is caused by lack of lactose in the body. Due to lactose intolerance it difficult to digest lactose. Lactose intolerance is not diagnosed, but due to this many health problems occur, such as diarrhoea, bloating, gas and nausea. This problem is majorly found in adults than in children. During lactose intolerance, you have to avoid the consumption of dairy products. Although dairy products contain calcium and vitamins which strengthen the bones and by stopping them, you may have many health problems. Therefore, you should consume some foods that give nutrients to your body. (Also read: What Are The Signs That Say Your Baby Is Lactose Intolerant)

Diet for lactose intolerance: Which food should be consumed during lactose intolerance.

  • Curd
  • Green vegetables
  • Cheese
  • Almond
  • Soy milk
  1. Curd

    Consume curd during lactose intolerance
    Diet for lactose intolerance: Consume curd during

    In curd, lactose is in small quantities and due to this, there is no problem with its consumption. The good bacteria present in the curd helps you digest it easily. So if you have lactose intolerance then you can consume curd.

  2. Green vegetables
    In green vegetables, proteins, vitamins and minerals are present in the high quantity which provides adequate nutrition to your body. Moreover, it also improves the health of people with lactose intolerance.
  3. Cheese
    The cheese contains sufficient amounts of protein and calcium which cater to the deficiency of nutrition and also provides many health benefits.
  4. Almond
    Almonds contain vitamin B12, magnesium and phosphorus in high quantity, which protects the body from allergies and also provides many health benefits. Almond is also beneficial for mental health and works like an energy booster. (Also read: What Are The Health Benefits Of Feeding Almond Milk To Babies)
  5. Soy milk
    Soy milk contains low amounts of calories and lactose. Apart from this, soy milk also contains proteins, calcium and vitamin, which strengthens bones and strengthen the muscles.

Don’t miss to read: Which foods you should not eat during stomach problems

People with lactose intolerance should avoid consuming dairy products and instead, they should consume other nutritious food items. You can also read this article in Hindi.

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