The lactic acid I'm referring to is the type that's converted from lactose when you ferment dairy for long periods of time. From what I've read, lactic acid has about 3.6 calories per gram (as apposed to 3.9 for lactose) but I don't know how your body uses it. Does it react as a carbohydrate, a fat, or something else?
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