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Foods High in Lactose nutrition charts

List of Foods High in Lactose

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Milk contains more Lactose than 19% of the foods. 100 grams of Milk contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Milk
higher than 19% of foods
Milk is also rich in Water, Calcium and Retinol
92% Water
82% Calcium
70% Retinol
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Cream cheese contains more Lactose than 19% of the foods. 100 grams of Cream cheese contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Cream cheese
higher than 19% of foods
Cream cheese is also rich in Fats, Saturated Fat and Cholesterol
95% Fats
94% Saturated Fat
89% Cholesterol
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Cottage cheese contains more Lactose than 19% of the foods. 100 grams of Cottage cheese contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Cottage cheese
higher than 19% of foods
Cottage cheese is also rich in Water, Calcium and Sodium
77% Water
75% Calcium
71% Sodium
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Yogurt contains more Lactose than 19% of the foods. 100 grams of Yogurt contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Yogurt
higher than 19% of foods
Yogurt is also rich in Water, Calcium and Vitamin B2
83% Water
79% Calcium
71% Vitamin B2
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Chocolate contains more Lactose than 18% of the foods. 100 grams of Chocolate contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Chocolate
higher than 18% of foods
Chocolate is also rich in Calories, Fats and Saturated Fat
96% Calories
94% Fats
94% Saturated Fat
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Broccoli contains more Lactose than 16% of the foods. 100 grams of Broccoli contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Broccoli
higher than 16% of foods
Broccoli is also rich in Water, Vitamin C and Vitamin A
91% Water
90% Vitamin C
77% Vitamin A
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Cheese contains more Lactose than 16% of the foods. 100 grams of Cheese contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Cheese
higher than 16% of foods
Cheese is also rich in Fats, Calcium and Saturated Fat
95% Fats
95% Calcium
94% Saturated Fat
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Nectarine contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Nectarine contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Nectarine
higher than 0% of foods
Nectarine is also rich in Water, Vitamin A and Vitamin C
87% Water
72% Vitamin A
71% Vitamin C
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Bell pepper contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Bell pepper contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Bell pepper
higher than 0% of foods
Bell pepper is also rich in Water, Vitamin C and Vitamin A
97% Water
89% Vitamin C
73% Vitamin A
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Sugar contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Sugar contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Sugar
higher than 0% of foods
Sugar is also rich in Carbs, Calories and Sugars
100% Carbs
84% Calories
79% Sugars
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Mango contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Mango contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Mango
higher than 0% of foods
Mango is also rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Water
86% Vitamin C
81% Vitamin A
81% Water
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Shiitake contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Shiitake contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Shiitake
higher than 0% of foods
Shiitake is also rich in Water, Vitamin B5 and Fiber
91% Water
71% Vitamin B5
69% Fiber
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Crateva religiosa contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Crateva religiosa contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Crateva religiosa
higher than 0% of foods
Crateva religiosa is also rich in Vitamin C, Fiber and Water
88% Vitamin C
83% Fiber
77% Water
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Walnut contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Walnut contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Walnut
higher than 0% of foods
Walnut is also rich in Calories, Fats and Polyunsaturated fat
98% Calories
98% Fats
92% Polyunsaturated fat
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Banana contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Banana contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Banana
higher than 0% of foods
Banana is also rich in Potassium, Vitamin C and Water
76% Potassium
75% Vitamin C
71% Water
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Cabbage contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Cabbage contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Cabbage
higher than 0% of foods
Cabbage is also rich in Water, Vitamin C and Folate, food
95% Water
86% Vitamin C
70% Folate, food
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Brown rice contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Brown rice contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Brown rice
higher than 0% of foods
Brown rice is also rich in Magnesium, Carbs and Manganese
74% Magnesium
71% Carbs
68% Manganese
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Common plum contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Common plum contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Common plum
higher than 0% of foods
Common plum is also rich in Water, Vitamin C and Vitamin A
87% Water
75% Vitamin C
72% Vitamin A
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Almond contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Almond contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Almond
higher than 0% of foods
Almond is also rich in Calories, Fats and Potassium
97% Calories
97% Fats
92% Potassium
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Basil contains more Lactose than 0% of the foods. 100 grams of Basil contains 0% of the Lactose that you need to consume daily. Basil
higher than 0% of foods
Basil is also rich in Water, Vitamin A and Calcium
95% Water
90% Vitamin A
87% Calcium
Milk
Milk
Cream cheese
Cream cheese
Cottage cheese
Cottage cheese
Yogurt
Yogurt
Chocolate
Chocolate
Broccoli
Broccoli
Cheese
Cheese
Nectarine
Nectarine
Bell pepper
Bell pepper
Sugar
Sugar
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