When somebody is lactose intolerant, apparently it's different than being dairy intolerant.. but I thought lactose was dairy, or in dairy? Or it was the same thing?? Ahh. What's the difference?
Lactose is a sugar that is in dairy products. Being lactose intolerant tends to mean your are dairy intolerant (though you can actually get lactose free milk now!), but being dairy intolerant doesnt necessarily mean you are lactose intolerant. Other components of dairy products, eg certain proteins etc are also not tolerated well by some people.
Lactose is a sugar in milk. When somebody is lactose intolerant that means they can't have milk that has lactose in it or other dairy products.
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I'm lactose intolerant, and I can't have any dairy things, unless I take pills.