Can You Drink Raw Milk if You are Lactose Intolerant?
Chances are very good that --- yes! --even if you are one of the many people who are lactose
intolerant, you very likely can still drink raw milk if you can find a good reliable source from a
Raw milk contains the enzymes and friendly bacteria which our bodies need to break down the milk sugar, lactose.
The pasteurization process of the milk found in stores kills these healthy enzymes and friendly bacteria, leaving
that milk basically "dead" and with nothing to help break down the lactose.
This is why many people find themselves unable to consume pasteurized dairy products.
The problem is most people never go onto the Internet or into the library to research the subject and simply
assume that they can no longer consume dairy products
The same goes for folks who have a milk allergy, but proceed carefully in testing any kind of milk if you have
an allergy since this can be a very serious and life-threatening condition. It is quite possible you may be able to
drink raw milk.