Product Type: Lactofree Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Lactofree / Type: / The result of the exclusive LactoFree formula is a nutritious dairy drink thatís at least 99.95% lactose free.
Newest Review: ... more information. SEMI-SKIMMED LACTOFREE I was reading on the website about Lactofree and they make it to ensure that there ... more
Customer Lactofree Reviews (16)
by - written on 17/11/10 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Lactofree milk Being lactose intolerant means that unfortunately there are a lot of things that don't agree with me. Although at the beginning I missed certain food items like cheese, I was really upset about not being able to have simple things like a nice cup of tea. I don't mind black tea, but I really enjoy a nice cup of decafe milky tea before bed. Personally, I love soya milk but it isn't a substitute for cow's milk, when heated soya milk can be temperamental and often split not really making it the best to add to coffee or tea unless you want to take the time to heat it up properly and slowly. When I first discovered the lacto ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
WHAT IS IT? Lactofree is a range of milks, yoghurts, and cheeses that have the lactose removed by gentle filtering by the company Arla. Lactose is a sugar found in dairy products that often cause stomach upsets and digestive problems caused often by a lactose intolerance. WHAT IS IN THEIR RANGE? Fresh semi-skimmed milk Fresh wholefat milk UHT semi-skimmed milk Raspberry and strawberry individuals portions of yoghurt in packs of 4 Plain large pots of yoghurt Soft white cheese Hard cheese WHAT IS SO GOOD ABOUT IT? For those people with lactose intolerance (like myself), before Lactofree ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
My daughter suffers from eczema which is a dry skin condition and there is no real cure. You can use moisturisers and steroid cream but that's about it. She was unwell recently and for about 5-6 days she did not drink any milk, as a result her eczema cleared up significantly. It got me to thinking. She loves milk, has a glass in the morning at breakfast, often for supper with cookies as an occasional treat, and on cereal, so I wanted to find a product that she could enjoy but also had no lactose. I figured that if lactose is hard to digest and many people have intolerances to milk, I thought I would try to cut it out and see if there was any significant ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Having suffered from lactose intolerance for many years I have got into the habit of simply avoiding dairy products. I tried soya milk which curdled in my tea and tasted vile. I occasionally had goats milk but I do find it has a rather "goaty" taste (although the semi skimmed is less bad). I therefore started to drink my tea and coffee black and have toast instead of cereal in the mornings. However I really missed being able to have something in a white sauce or custard once in a while so when I saw Lactofree I thought I would give it a go. Lactofree is basically normal milk that has been treated to convert the lactose into something more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/09 (Very useful, 295 readings)
Being lactose intolerant means cows milk is a no no... Well, that was until Lactofree came along with their Lactofree milk! Unlike other lactose free milks (rice milk, oat milk etc), Lactofree is actually cows milk, but it has been filtered to remove half of the lactose and then lactase enzyme is added to break down the remaining lactose so lactose intolerant bodies can absorb it. Nothing else is added or removed. This milk also contains the same calcium levels as normal cows milk, so it great for growing lactose intolerant kids. As this is essentially normal cows milk with the lactose taken out & broken down, Lactofree milk can be used exactly ... Read the complete review
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