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How to Tolerate Lactose Intolerance: Recipes…

How to Tolerate Lactose Intolerance: Recipes & A Guide for Eating Well…

by Phyllis Z. Goldberg

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0398068690, Plastic Comb)

Lactose intolerance is a very common disorder, affecting nearly 50 million people in the U.S. alone. Depending on the degree of lactose intolerance, the symptoms can be very disturbing. However, the use of lactase products and better understanding of the disorder have greatly improved its management. This distinctive cookbook serves as a dietary guide offering tasty, attractive, lactose-free recipes. It is also a guide to commercially available food and offers suggestions to improve the management of lactose intolerance. Topics include: hidden lactose, lactose in commonly-used drugs, commercial supplements, dairy foods, osteoporosis and calcium, fast foods, dining out, airline foods, as well as a useful recipe section. Recipes for preparing soups, entrees, and desserts are provided and include such dishes as quick 'cheese' soup, salmon souffle, crab mousse, curried chicken, nondairy chocolate cake, and nondairy ice cream. All recipes are kitchen-tested and easy to prepare. This book will serve as an important resource for the lactose-impaired person, so that he or she, too, can enjoy happy and healthy eating.

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