Do you love dairy but it doesn’t love you back?
Yeah, me too. Today, the Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine acknowledges that 75 percent of adults lose the ability to digest lactose after they’re weaned as babies. This means that three quarters of the population are lactose intolerant (the new term for those who retain the enzyme to digest lactose are called “lactase persistent”)
Think you may benefit from ditching dairy? Head on over to the Class Pass blog for the low down on WHY you may feel better without milk and cheese (and butter!) and HOW you can go about making this switch without going crazy :)