If you’re lactose intolerant, you can most likely consume yogurt and have few to no symptoms. Many people think lactose intolerance means needing to avoid dairy at all cost. Not so fast. Yogurt has very low levels of lactose due to the healthy probiotics that “pre-digest” the lactose. Everyone is different when it comes to how much lactose can comfortably be eaten. If you’ve given dairy foods a pass because you fear you’re lactose intolerant, try introducing dairy back into your diet with a bit of yogurt—you might find your tolerance improves.