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The fact is that cows milk was never intended to be consumed by humans. So the problem is quite common in both children and adults.

I spent 5 years in and out off Hospital before being told I was Lactose Intolerence at the age of 15. Now when I question my house surgeon and Stomach Doctor (Gastro something). He Qouted to me that Lactose Intolerence was rare and only 1 in every Million person (per head of population) is Lactose Intolerence.

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