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Lactaid Phone Numbers and Emails
(800) 361-8068Toll Free For Consumers and Professionals
Lactaid Contact Information
Lactaid Help Center:
Corporate Office Address:
7050 Camp Hill Rd
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania 19034
Other Info (opening hours):
Monday – Friday: 8 AM - 8 PM EST
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Whatever The user of company services is wondering, The company has got answers. Read through the FAQs, and learn even more about The Client's favorite food group. The Customer's symptoms could be a result of many different conditions (e.g., Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), lactose intolerance, or a milk allergy). A milk allergy is often confused with lactose intolerance because some symptoms are similar. But the two are very different. A milk allergy is a reaction by the immune system to proteins found in milk. Lactose intolerance affects the digestive system, when there's an inadequate supply of the lactase enzyme to break down lactose. A milk allergy occurs when the immune system doesn't recognize one or more of the proteins in milk as being harmless, and reacts against them. The two main proteins in milk that are known to cause reactions are casein and whey.
To read more: https://www.lactaid.com/frequently-asked-questions
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