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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Myths About Lactose Intolerance

Since I complain so loudly when people get the facts about lactose intolerance wrong, it's only fair that I compliment the ones who get them right.

The Daily Advertiser of Lafayette, LA, published an unfortunately uncredited article, Learn the truth about lactose intolerance, that debunked some common myths about LI and also gave a list of "Easy Ways to Enjoy Milk and Milk Products If You're Lactose Intolerant."

All the advice is straight from the book (i.e. my book: Milk Is Not for Every Body) so it looks good. And they credit the information to the LSU AgCenter, which means that even doctors, notoriously slow to understand LI, have finally caught on.

Good work, all.

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