Dr Oz: Swiss Cheese Is Best For Lactose Intolerance

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Dr Oz: Swiss Cheese Is Best For Lactose Intolerance

By on April 5, 2011

Dr Oz Choose This Cheese

Doctor Oz played a game called Choose This Cheese to teach us which types of cheese we should add to our diet.  And guess what the prize was… Dr Oz’s head carved out of a big block of Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese!

Dr Oz: Cheddar Prevents Tooth Decay

Dr Oz asked which condition can cheddar cheese help prevent?  Tooth Decay, Constipation or High Cholesterol?  The answer is that Cheddar Cheese helps to Dr Oz Swiss Cheese & Lactose Intolerantprevent tooth decay because it increases your saliva production that fights off bacteria in your mouth.  Doctor Oz said that the best time to eat a small amount of Cheddar Cheese is after you eat a meal.

Dr Oz: Swiss Cheese For Lactose Intolerant

Doctor Oz’s next question was which cheese is best for someone who is Lactose Intolerant?  Swiss Cheese, Feta Cheese or American Cheese?  The answer is that Swiss Cheese is best for Lactose Intolerance because it is an aged hard cheese.  The more a cheese is aged, the less lactose it has.  Dr Oz said that after 3 months of aging, almost all of the lactose found in cheese goes away.

Dr Oz: Vitamin B12 Fights Fatigue

Dr Oz’s final question was which vitamin found in Mozzarella Cheese fights fatigue?  Vitamin B6, Vitamin B11 or Vitamin B12?  The answer is that Vitamin B12 which is found in Mozzarella and almost all types of cheese helps to fight fatigue, because it produces energy and helps to fight off Anemia.

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Comments to Dr Oz: Swiss Cheese Is Best For Lactose Intolerance

  1. Okay, over here from WeaselMomma’s tweet but my daughter is also not puepssod to eat dairy, soy or wheat. Oh yeah, it’s fun LOL!Rice milk get used to it, learn to love it. They also make chocolate rice milk. In addition to that there is coconut milk that can be called for in recipes. And you might want to try goat’s milk. A lot of people who can’t have cow’s milk do really well with goat’s milk!For ice cream look for Rice Dream but be careful, I know some flavors of it do have soy in it. I’m not sure if all do though. Otherwise you’ll have to make your own, which with an ice cream maker isn’t that bad. I have a very yummy recipe that I can pass along too that my dd really does like a lot!For butter Earth Balance has a dairy/soy free version.It takes a bit to get used to but it can be done. =) And I’m cracking up at hemp milk we haven’t tried it ourselves because mine can handle lactose-free milk. Although even that’s got me wondering lately. Anyway, just wanted to say hi and that I feel your pain right now. For the first month we learned about my daughter’s restrictions I’m pretty sure we ate chicken and rice every night for dinner because I just had no other clue what to feed her LOL! =)(MD) Thanks for dropping by! I always appreciate a new reader. And thank you very much for all the information! We’ll be scouring the stores this weekend. We have a Whole Foods nearby that has a humongous selection of all things organic, natural and alternative so I’d be willing to bet they have some other soy- and dairy-free options for us.

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