However, if you regularly want to give a treat of milk to your cat or dog, it is recommended that you feed lactose-free milk that have been specifically formulated for dogs and cats, which are usually available in pet stores and supermarkets.
What does LFM stand for?
LFM stands for Lactose-Free Milk
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Consumers need to be educated about what lactose intolerance means, how lactose-free dairy products can help them manage their condition and to overcome the misconception that lactose-free milk is not real milk.
Each of the lactose-free milks passed testing, having no detectable lactose, although only two provided a significant amount of vitamin D.
Some people have good luck with lactose-free milk or by taking lactase before drinking or eating dairy products.
There are other products such as soya milk, rice milk or oat milk or try one of the new products which are lactose-free milks.
Also, lactose-free milk products are now available in most stores and there are pills and drops that make it easier to digest milk and dairy products.
At the Anuga show this week, two dairies said they wanted to sell lactose-free milk in the UK.
The Child Nutrition Act includes two provisions: It relaxes restrictions on milk selection on school lunch lines opening the door for flavored and lactose-free milk, and it lets districts offer milk anytime and anywhere at school.