A specialist diet recommended for those who limit their daily lactose intake by eliminating cow milk proteins. In the lactose-free diet, cow milk products are replaced by those from goat milk as well as vegetable proteins. Due to the need to properly balance the proteins, the diet contains meat and fish, as well as an increased amount of pulses and eggs. The diet is not recommended for people with severe lactose intolerance, due to the content of goat milk products containing a small amount of lactose, although this is generally well absorbed by the organisms of people who do have lactose intolerance. There are six calorie options: 1000 kcal, 1250 kcal, 1500 kcal, 1750 kcal, 2000 kcal and 2500 kcal. The diet is also available as a gluten-free option (lactose-free & gluten-free).
|Average weekly balance|
|% energy from proteins||15-20|
|% energy from fat||30-35|
|% energy from carbohydrates||45-50|