If you need to stick to a lactose-free diet, it’s good to know which foods are part of a lactose-free diet, why it is handy to follow a lactose intolerance diet and what the consequences are of consuming lactose. People who eat lactose-free food are generally those who have a lactose intolerance. This means that milk products and milk-containing products cannot be consumed. It can sometimes be difficult to follow a diet when you are lactose intolerant. The Kerutabs lactase tablets can help you in this.
Sticking to a lactose-free diet
If you want to try a lactose-free diet, it is good to know that supermarkets these days are full of lactose-free products, including plant-based options. More and more products are also coming on the market that fall under the ‘dairy’ or ‘milk product’ categories, but that do not contain lactose. This means that people suffering from lactose intolerance can simply enjoy ‘milk’ products.
There are many products you can eat without a problem when you’re on a lactose-free diet, such as vegetables, fruit, nuts, fish, meat and hard Dutch cheeses. And there are also rice cakes and meat replacement products such as egg, soya and tofu that are fine to consume when you need to stick to a lactose-free diet.
Kerutabs helps to digest lactose
A lactose-free diet is usually necessary for people who are lactose intolerant. But sometimes, you just feel like eating an ice cream or having a delicious cappuccino. Kerutabs can help everyone who is lactose intolerant but would like to enjoy milk products or milk-containing products every now and then. Kerutabs lactase tablets can be taken just before consuming a milk product. If you would like to know more about lactase tablets, please refer to our Frequently asked questions page that covers all the commonly asked questions about our lactase tablets.
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