Monday, March 17, 2014
In Their Own Words
This week at RES we are talking about lactose intolerance. What does it mean to be lactose intolerant? Two of our scholars would like to share shome information that the learned with you. Being lactose intolerant is different from being allergic to dairy products. Many people are lactose intolerant and it's caused when the body doesn't have the enzymes to digest dairy foods properly. A common symptom is stomach cramps and belly pain.