Dairy still important for lactose-intolerant children

07/24/2007 | Forbes

Even if children are lactose intolerant, the American Academy of Pediatricians recommends that parents feed them some dairy to get the necessary calcium. Yogurt and cheese, which have less lactose, are good alternatives to milk.

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