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More than sixty million North Americans are lactose intolerant, that is, they are not able to digest milk sugar. It is the most common cause of gas, bloating, abdominal cramping and diarrhea in humans. Although it is simple to diagnose, it may be overlooked by some physicians who may attribute the symptoms to irritable gut, stress, allergies, or even mental disorders. Once diagnosed and treated by diet, the symptoms are relieved and life returns to normal. The Milk Sugar Dilemma presents a readable guide to living with lactose intolerance, including nutritional guidelines, a lactose-restricted diet, setting your own lactose level, grocery shopping, dining away from home, lactose-free food products, and recipes. A must for patients, as well as dietitians and physicians who treat lactose intolerance.
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"This thoroughly researched and readable book is a complete and practical guide. The authors cover every aspect of living without lactose, and include a comprehensive list of lactose-free food products." -- Nutrition & the MD
"well done, and will be a big help to those who suffer from (or suspect they suffer from) lactose intolerance." -- S. Prince, Associate Editor, Pocket Books
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Book Description Medi-Ed Pr, 1987. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0936741015
Book Description Medi-ed Pr, 1987. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0936741015