That doesn't stand to reason at all. Lactose is not an enzyme, and casein is a structural protein as far as I'm aware. Heavy cream and butter are pretty much exclusively fat, thus both contain virtually zero protein (casein is a protein) and carbohydrate (lactose is a sugar), compared to milk. The nutrition labels show you that.
Originally Posted by Satch12879
Lactose and casein contents vary widely between different dairy products.
Those who are intolerant to cow's casein often find they can tolerate goats and sheeps dairy as they contain a different type of casein. There's evidence that goats have been milked by humans for much longer than cows have, thus explaining the higher tolerance to goat's casein.
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