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So, I am going to a family BBQ next weekend and I just know that I am going to be embarrassed when I get there and I can’t eat anything because of my lactose intolerance. And most likely, they will forget to make me something dairy-free. Being lactose intolerant makes me hate these social gatherings because I feel like I am being such a pain or rude or something because I don’t eat much. Does anybody else have this problem?

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I do! But it’s even worse when you go out on a first date. I am too shy to be like “Oh yeah by the way, I’m lactose intolerant, so if I eat dairy in front of you we are going to have problems” lol. So, when I go on a date I try to go to a vegan place, but even then I feel like they are going to think I am strange or a vegan or something haha.
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Well, I guess it could be worse, we could have some terminal illness, but that’s about it. Although sometimes I feel very restricted by it.
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Well, I guess it’s not technically “terminal”, I don’t really consider myself lactose intolerant anymore. There’s a great product on the market nowadays that basically does the same thing as a cure, it makes your lactose intolerance, how do I put it, just go away!
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I hope you are not talking about Lactaid. Those pills really annoy me as well, because it works like ¼ or 1/5 times that I take it. I always feel like I am paying for nothing!
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Oh no no! Lactaid is so old school. I am talking about Lactagen! Please tell me you have at least heard of it!?
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Sorry to disappoint you, but nope. The name doesn’t even sound like something I have ever heard of before.
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In all seriousness you should really look into this stuff. It’s great! I call it a miracle cure, in my own opinion. I know that’s a strong word, but seriously, it cured me. It’s been almost 6 months since I went on the program and I can eat as much dairy as I want and have no symptoms. The best part is, you take it for only 38-days and the magic keeps on working, and I am hoping it keeps working forever!
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Well 6 months after the fact isn’t too long, I would hope it could last longer. But even 6 months of dairy-eating joy could do my heart and body some good.
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Well, if you check out the information on their website such as testimonials, videos, blog, etc. you will see some people who took Lactagen 4 years ago and still can eat whatever they want. And, I am sure it’s just the beginning because the only place they have to go is up. You should really look into it though, it’s at least something to keep in mind.
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It’s funny, I just texted some of my friends and my good friend Ashley just wrote back that she took Lactagen too and that it worked for her. I was joking with her as to why she never told me about it. Then she said “she forgot” lol, LAME! Anyways, I guess I have 2 people know who swear by this stuff, maybe I should try it!
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How about you DO try it, instead of just maybe lol? I am telling you it will be something you won’t regret!
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Ok, ok, I’ll get it! But like you said before, in all seriousness, thanks for this important info. I would love to have something work out for me! I’ll keep in touch.
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