Dunno if anybody is still reading this old thread, but I hope I don’t have to open a new threat for this subject, so I will just give it a go and hope somebody can come up with the answer.
Since nobody replied i will post this here:
I have an intolerancy with lactose (sry for grammar and spelling mistakes) and reading the info on micellar casein suddenly started to sound like some serious danger to my already low level of GPP as well as my concentration or lack their off.
Any info on Grow!'s lactose concentration or micellar casein and lactose would be much appreciated.
Micellar Casein and Lactose are not necessarily connected. Just because they are both in milk, doesn’t mean that you need one to have the other.
Low-Carb Grow! does NOT have lactose. If it had, it wouldn’t be Low-Carb. Lactose is a sugar - and even though it’s a complex one, it’s still a sugar. And hence a (pretty bad) carb.
Over here in the US, lactose intolerance is a big thing (for example, Asian populations are notoriously lactose intolerant, and there’s lots of Asians in the US) and there’s even lactose-free milk for sale. Yes, real milk, not that awful soy substitute, just with the lactose taken off.