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Friday, April 11, 2008

Top Ten Bestsellers - #1

(For more info, see The Milk-Free Bookstore's Top Ten Bestsellers.)

Milk Is Not for Every Body: Living With Lactose Intolerance
by Steve Carper

Facts on File (December 1995)
330 pages



Summary

Milk Is Not for Every Body is a practical and authoritative guide that:

• Provides a history of lactose intolerance and describes its biological impact on the human body
• Answers such questions as: How much lactose can be consumed safely? Do lactose pills or does lactose-reduced milk work? And what about non-dairy products such as Tofutti and Dairy Ease?
• Offers advice on a wide range of topics including the lactose intolerant infant and child; how to eat out; what to look for on the new nutrition labels; and the latest in diagnostic testing.


Comments
• None better.

• By Far the Most Complete Book on the Subject.


Find it on the Milk- and Lactose-Free Books and Cookbooks page in my Milk-Free Bookstore.

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