Metabolic Disorders Information Center
Butter contains trace amount of lactose making it easy to consume by lactose intolerant people. One cup of butter contains about 0.1 grams of lactose and people who are intolerant to lactose can consume about 12 grams of lactose at one time without the occurrence of symptoms. So butter mostly is safe to consume by lactose intolerant people. In very rare cases, people who are highly sensitive will experience symptoms of lactose intolerance.
Adults have abdominal cramps, pain or bloating, flatulence or gas, diarrhea after having lactose foods. Read on to know more.
It may take up to 3 weeks to completely eliminate dairy out of your system. Read on to know more.
It is not completely impossible to become lactose intolerance all of a sudden but the chances are less. Read on to know more.