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Soy Milk

Soybeans and filtered water are used in the production of soy milk. Soy milk gives about 80 to 100 calories and contains four grams of carbohydrates and fat and seven grams of proteins. It is a plant-based product and is low in saturated fat, and does not contain cholesterol. They have a large content of protein that helps and supports muscles and organs. The milk is also rich in omega-3. Soy milk can be used as an alternative for milk by individuals with lactose intolerance.

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Is it necessary to stop breast feeding in a lactose intolerant baby?

Query: Hello doctor, My baby who is exclusively breastfed has just started her fifth month. For the past four days, she passes frothy liquid motion with little white like substance for a minimum seven times a day. The consultant doctor examined her stool and said that she has got lactose intolerance. He t...  Read Full »


Dr. Vijaykumar Mundeshi

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I went through the details you have provided in the query. Lactose intolerance is the absence of lactose enzyme which helps to digest and break down sugars, mainly lactose in the diet. Lactose intolerance is of two types: 1. Primary. 2. Secondary. In primary lact...  Read Full »

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Dr. Janrao Smit Uttam

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Yes, it is true that diet is very difficult for patients with serotonin syndrome. But, there are many myths as well about diet. 1. Most cheese and cheese products nowadays are low in tyramine levels. So, they are not that harmful. To be called yogurt, milk must be ferm...  Read Full »

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