The pediatrician no longer thinks DD just has a sensitivity to lactose and now thinks she's completely lactose intolerant, which makes sense. She was on lactose free formula two weeks after birth when breastfeeding failed and lactose free milk since she was 12 months but she gets lactose from other sources.
I just noticed our whole wheat bread we buy contains milk. I'm wondering what kind of bread you give your lactose intolerant kids? We like to keep to the healthy side of things! I haven't been able to go to the store to look yet, as DH has been working overtime so I'm on here for some opinions first. :)
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