The Specific Carbohydrate Diet
Frequently Asked Questions
The rate of flow of galactose to the liver when one drinks lactose hydrolyzed milk is high.
The rate of flow of galactose to the liver when one eats yogurt is not as high.
Besides, with lactose hydrolyzed milk, you are ingesting the two sugars: glucose and galactose at the same time.
With yogurt, you are ingesting lactic acid and galactose which makes a difference in the way liver cells handle the galactose.
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