Lactose-Free & Made With Milk


How can a yogurt be made with milk and also be lactose-free?
We use lactase, an enzyme, to break down the lactose in our yogurt. Many people naturally produce the enzyme lactase, and it aids in the digestion of dairy foods. But when your body doesn't make it, you are lactose-intolerant. Yami® Lactose-Free products may make it easier for many people to digest their favorite yogurt snack.

How are calories and carbs reduced in Yami® Lactose-Free Yogurt?
Lactose is a sugar found in milk, and when broken down by lactase, it increases sweetness without adding sugar. The end result is lower calories and carbohydrates.



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