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Health Tip: Getting Calcium If You're Lactose Intolerant
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(HealthDay News) — People with lactose intolerance should restrict their intake of dairy foods and other sources of lactose, which include foods containing whey; curds; milk by-products; dry milk solids; and nonfat dry milk powder.
But then how do you get enough bone-enriching calcium?
While it's best to check with your doctor, here are some calcium-rich foods that are probably safe for the lactose-intolerant, provided by the University of Virginia Health System:
— Diana Kohnle
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