11 Feb People with lactose intolerance should consider Greek yogurt
A significant challenge for people with lactose intolerance is getting enough calcium. If you are faced with that problem you might find that Greek yogurt might work in your diet. Yogurt is made by introducing bacteria to heated and pasteurized milk, but Greek yogurt takes the process a step further by straining the yogurt’s whey, removing the extra fat and, with it, a large portion of the lactose, leaving behind less than 7 grams of lactose per serving. Compare that to 11 grams in one cup of milk and you have a dairy treat that is a calcium option for some lactose intolerant consumers.
For more details check out this article – http://www.columbiatribune.com/arts_life/food/make-whey-for-the-greek-why-it-is-a-better/article_95b30152-2288-5b80-9e64-f296440d1160.html