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Lactose Intolerance

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Hi Try him on goats milk, could be a lot better for him.Just goggle this, is goats milk lactose free for more info.Hope it helps him.Good Luck
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1,895 calories per day will maintain your weight at 114 pounds. This calculation takes into consideration  light exercise or activity...
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Try antidairy milk products first . Silk is a popular one and they are not very expensive.  There are Almond Milks too that are very good. 
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This is ADOLESCENT GYNECOMASTIA....caused by his hormones. I see it every day in my practice that has a large population of teenagers. It is not...
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What happens early on in pregnancy is kind of like a nausea hunger.  If you don't fill you belly then it gets a weird feeling (I'm...
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Give up on the whole milk for a while (until the diarrhea clears), and then start back on lactose-free milk (Lactaid) to see what happens. Keep in...
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It's possible, though lactose intolerance usually presents as bloating and diarrhea rather than vomiting. This is because lactose intolerance is...
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While it's extremely rare to be allergic to Synthroid (generic name levothyroxine), that doesn't mean it's impossible. Synthroid is a...
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Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest and absorb lactose (the sugar in milk) that results in gastrointestinal symptoms when milk or food...
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Although there are several good ways to diagnose lactose intolerance, most people who consider themselves lactose intolerant have never been formally...
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The important long-term health consequence of lactose intolerance is calcium deficiency that leads to osteoporosis. Less commonly, vitamin D...
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Dietary changes The most obvious means of treating lactose intolerance is by reducing the amount of lactose in the diet. Fortunately, most people...
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The common primary symptoms of lactose intolerance are gastrointestinal include: abdominal pain diarrhea flatulence (passing gas) Less common...
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