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December 31, 1993 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-31

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other hand, nonprescription lac-
tase tablets are designed for use
immediately before eating dairy
products.
Led by giants Johnson &
Johnson, whose McNeil Con-
sumer Products Division makes
the Lactaid line, and Sterling
Winthrop, an Eastman Kodak
division that puts out Dairy
Ease, the food industry sold
more than $120 million of these
products last year.
The industry aims to make
concern over dairy products a
big business. While the experts
are unhappy with industry
"scare tactics" which, they con-
tend, inflate the number of
"complete" lactose intolerants
(people who can't tolerate any
dairy products at all), they also
acknowledge the importance of
these special products. No one
wants people with lactose in-
tolerance to give up dairy prod-
ucts entirely.
Besides supplying protein
and vitamins, dairy foods pro-
vide about 75 percent of the cal-
cium in the American diet.
Calcium is especially important
for women during pregnancy
and lactation and after
menopause, when the risk for
developing osteoporosis in-
creases.
Approximately 70 percent of
people with hereditary-caused
lactose intolerance respond to
a lactose-reduced diet. Fortu-
nately for them, said Dr. Per-
man of Johns Hopkins, "it's not
a case of all or nothing when it
comes to dairy products. Some
people develop all the symp-
toms with very little milk while
others need to drink two glass-
es of milk before feeling any dis-
comfort."
In addition, lactose intoler-
ant people should include in
their diet the many dark green
and leafy vegetables, like broc-
coli and kale, that are high in
calcium.
Moreover, Dr. Silverman of
Beaumont Hopsital often tells
her patients to chew Turns as a
calcium source. ❑

Mate1^nity
Tips

Pregnant women have a lot
more than their own health
and well-being to consider.
It's just the beginning of a re-
sponsibility to another life.
* Receive regularly sched-
uled prenatal care.
* Practice good prenatal
nutrition.
* Talk to your doctor about
a sensible exercise plan.
* Take a childbirth educa-
tion class.
* Allow your body a heal-
ing period after the baby's
birth .



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