Sunday, January 29, 2012

He can't eat WHAT?!

Since Allen is Lactose Intolerant, I looked up everything he can and cannot have..
This poor little guy can't have anything fun. I really hope he grows out of it!

Yesterday, I made grilled cheese and when he was done, he had red splotches around his mouth :( I felt so bad.. I gave him some benadryl and it cleared up..

So here is the long list of Good Foods & Bad Foods...


*No Lactose: You may eat or drink these lactose free dairy foods any time.
Canned nutrition drinks made with soy instead of milk, such as Ensure™
Lactose free milk
Non-dairy creamers (read labels to be sure)
Rice milk drinks
Soy milks

*Do not eat or drink the following dairy foods because they contain lactose.
Some cheeses - generally aged cheese contains less lactose, soft and processed cheeses contain higher levels of lactose
Cheese spreads and cheese foods
Cottage and ricotta cheese
Evaporated & condensed milk
Hot chocolate mixes
Ice cream
Kefir cultured milk drink
Malted milk
Milk (Skim, 1%, 2%, whole)
Processed and natural cheeses
Reduced lactose milk
Sour cream
Sweet acidophilus or lactobacillus milk
Yogurt with or without live cultures


*No Lactose: You may eat or these lactose free breads and starches any time.
Breads made without milk, such as Italian & French breads
Cereals made without milk
Pasta, noodles, macaroni
Potatoes, rice, barley, other cooked grains
Rice cakes without cheese topping
Saltines and whole grain crackers

*Do not eat the following bread and starch foods because they contain lactose.
Dry cereal with milk
Frozen potato foods with milk or lactose
Instant mashed potato mixes
Prepared breads, muffins, biscuits, or rolls made with milk
Pancakes or waffles made with milk products


*No Lactose: You may eat or drink these lactose free fats any time.
Margarine without butter or milk (check labels)
Non-dairy creamers (check labels)
Some salad dressings (check labels)
*Do not eat or drink the following fats because they contain lactose.
Cream cheese
Margarines with butter or milk
Party dips


*No Lactose: You may eat or drink these lactose free fruits and vegetables any time.
All fresh fruits & vegetables
Cooked or baked fruits & vegetables made without milk products
Fruit & vegetable juices

*Do not eat or drink the following fruit and vegetable foods because they contain lactose.
Creamed vegetables
Fruit smoothies made with yogurt
Fruits or vegetables processed with lactose
Vegetables coated in batter


*No Lactose: You may eat these lactose free meats and meat substitutes any time.
All fresh cooked, plain meats, fish, & poultry
Cooked dried peas & beans
Eggs cooked without milk
Peanut butter, nuts, & seeds
Soy cheeses
Soybean & tofu products

*Do not eat the following meats and meat substitutes because they contain lactose.
Breaded or batter-dipped meat, fish, or poultry
Main dishes with cheese such as pizza, burritos, tacos, or casseroles
Meats in cream sauces
Omelets or souffles with milk
Processed meats with milk or lactose (hot dogs, cold cuts, deli meats)


*No Lactose: You may eat or drink these lactose free soups, sauces, and seasonings any time.
Broth, bouillon, consommé
Gravies made with water
Plain herbs & spices
Vegetable or meat soups without milk

*Do not eat the following soups, sauces, and seasonings because they contain lactose.
Cream soups
Soup mixes with milk products
Whipped cream
White sauces & gravies


*No Lactose: You may eat or drink these lactose free sweets and desserts any time.
Angel food cake
Dairy-free frozen desserts made with rice or soy
Frozen pureed fruit bars
Fruit ices & sorbets
Gelatin desserts without milk or whipped cream
Honey, sugar, syrups, molasses, & powdered sweeteners
Jellies, jams, preserves
Pies, cakes, other baked foods without milk
*Do not eat or drink the following sweets & desserts because they contain lactose.
Cookies, cakes, pies, pastries, desserts with milk
Cream or cheese filled pastries
Fudge, coated candies, & chocolates
Pudding & custard
Sherbet, ice milk, ice cream
Toffee, butterscotch, or caramels
Whipped cream


Milk powder
Milk protein
Milk solids
Nonfat dry milk
Whey solids or protein




Cara & Jeff said...

Cole is lactose intolerant as well. Did you know Yoplait just came out with a lactose free yogurt!? Definitely worth checking out!

EINz said...

Better monitor everything! That's a whole bunch of do's and dont's...