For those of you new to lactose intolerance I know it can feel quite overwhelming. I remember envisioning a lifetime without pizza, chocolate or cheese. As someone who grew up drinking three glasses of milk a day, I could not stomach the thought of my suddenly dairy-less life. With time and practice I have come to understand more about how this all really affects my eating habits and my life. But that’s enough about me for right now. Here is some basic info to get you started.
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