• Shred It. Shred your favorite natural cheese onto soups, pastas and salads. It's an easy way to incorporate a serving of dairy that is low in lactose.
• Spoon It. Enjoy easy-to-digest yogurt. The live and active cultures in yogurt help to digest lactose.
• Try It. Drink lactose-free milk. It is real cow's milk with the same nine essential nutrients, just without the lactose. Also, try using it in recipes, such as this Rice Pudding with Praline Topping.
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