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Milk intolerance question #4108386 05/27/16 05:33 PM
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Why is it that I can drink dry powdered non-fat milk re-constituted in a glass of water with zero intolerance, but real skim milk or 2% causes intolerance symptoms?

What could the dry powdering process be doing to it that makes it tolerable?



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Re: Milk intolerance question [Re: LoneRanger] #4108396 05/27/16 05:52 PM
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I dunno, but I drink Soy Milk (vanilla) because I can't do cows milk (since I was a kid)...


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Re: Milk intolerance question [Re: LoneRanger] #4108414 05/27/16 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted By: LoneRanger
Why is it that I can drink dry powdered non-fat milk re-constituted in a glass of water with zero intolerance, but real skim milk or 2% causes intolerance symptoms?

What could the dry powdering process be doing to it that makes it tolerable?



May have something to do with the difference of enzymes between dry and liquid.

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Originally Posted By: CKN
Originally Posted By: LoneRanger
Why is it that I can drink dry powdered non-fat milk re-constituted in a glass of water with zero intolerance, but real skim milk or 2% causes intolerance symptoms?

What could the dry powdering process be doing to it that makes it tolerable?



May have something to do with the difference of enzymes between dry and liquid.
I too am lactose intolerant-and I find prepared things like process cheese doesn't affect me. But milk, yogurt-that kind of stuff does.

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Lactose takes something like 24 hours to dissolve from powder to "milk" so they use other sugars.

Re: Milk intolerance question [Re: LoneRanger] #4108439 05/27/16 06:56 PM
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My wife knows exactly but it something with the liquid parts of milk. If your allergic to milk you can usually still have aged or powdered cheeses.


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Re: Milk intolerance question [Re: RedOakRanch] #4108523 05/27/16 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted By: RedOakRanch
,,,,allergic to milk ....

It's important to note that lactose intolerance is not milk allergy. It is the inability to break down lactose (a type of sugar) into its two components. That results in it not being absorbed - so it goes on through the gut where bacteria feast on it causing the well known symptoms of gas, bloating and diarrhea.

One bit of consolation - lactose intolerance is actually more common than lactose tolerance on a world-wide basis.


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Re: Milk intolerance question [Re: LoneRanger] #4108566 05/27/16 10:21 PM
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I heard rumors if you filter the milk through a Fram Ultra before you drink it you'll filter the lactose out...

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Originally Posted By: Yup
I heard rumors if you filter the milk through a Fram Ultra before you drink it you'll filter the lactose out...


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