Milk Chocolate Research Paper

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Chocolate is the snack that everyone enjoys but why those who are lactose intolerant can’t enjoy it as well? What does chocolate really contain? Does it have some ingredient that we should worry about? Why can’t a dog digest chocolate? Is there a way for someone who is lactose intolerant to digest milk chocolate without having any negative effects? It is said that chocolate comes from a cocoa bean but how is it transformed into a delicious chocolate bar? Many civilians love to devour their chocolate but they are not curious on the ingredients in it. Some chocolate have added ingredients like caramel, coconut, strawberry, and more.
Who discovered chocolate? Chocolate began with the cocoa trees that grow in the American Basins
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Chocolate can be combined with multiple ingredients that will make the buyer happy. It is also sold in solid, liquid, or paste form. Milk chocolate contains milk power or condensed milk. It is needed to stay at a certain temperature and away from multiple foods. Chocolate can absorb different aromas around it. Since chocolate comes from cacao beans, the cocoa bean on its own does not contain lactose. Milk chocolate contains lactose due to the milk proteins in it. However the amount of lactose in milk chocolate depends from different products. Many chocolate products may or may not cause intolerance symptoms due to the product. There is medication prior to eating chocolate. Your physician would recommend your medication that contains enzymes that will aid your body to break down milk …show more content…
Lactose is a milk sugar found in many food products, especially dairy. Those who are Lactose intolerant have a difficult time to process lactose. Learning what you place in your mouth can help determine if you can eat it without having negative symptoms. There are symptoms that occur when you don 't have enough lactose being produced. That includes nausea, bloating, gas, cramps, or diarrhea. It usually begins 30 minutes to 2 hours after consuming any dairy products. Depending on how much your body can take depends on the effects you receive. Foods that are high in lactose include: Milk, milkshakes, or other milk based drinks, cheese, ice cream, whipping cream, butter, pudding, custards, yogurt, basically anything made with milk. There are certain foods that have a small quantity of lactose which could be: Milk chocolate, breakfast cereals, cereal bars, bread or other baked goods, salad dressings, pancake mixes, cookies, biscuits, instant potatoes, soup, rice and much more. Make sure before you purchase your food to read the food labels and scan the ingredients carefully.
How can you prevent the effects of lactose intolerance? Those who have lactose intolerant usually eliminate all dairy products in their diet. It is usually done to avoid the symptoms of being lactose intolerant. Not eating any dairy can affect your diet but eating yogurt may help. Consuming a few spoonfuls of yogurt that

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