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For example, genetic lactose intolerance is more common among individuals of African, Asian, or Hispanic ancestry.
RP-G28 has the potential to become the first US FDA-approved drug for lactose intolerance, which affects more than one billion people worldwide.
HOW LACTOSE INTOLERANCE IS DIAGNOSED, if someone presents with symptoms such as those listed above, several tests can diagnose lactose intolerance.
Short-term and long-term ingestion of lactose and bacteria in the fermented milk product may affect the intestinal pH and other variables of the intestinal milieu, the intestinal micro flora, lactose fermentation, or the sensitivity of the subject to gastrointestinal disorders and may thus alleviate symptoms of lactose intolerance or other gastrointestinal disorders.
7) But even in those groups, and people descended from them, the prevalence of lactose intolerance hovers around 25%--and in other ethnic groups, can affect up to 90% of the adult population
1) The prevalence of lactose intolerance varies by ethnic group: European Americans, 7.
DSM also highlighted a number of other nutritional ingredients on its stand, including Tolerase[TM] L, an acid lactase that helps to digest lactose to reduce lactose intolerance discomfort and increase the quality of life of consumers with lactose intolerance or malabsorption.
A Lactose intolerance is a digestive problem defined by the inability to digest lactose, a sugar mainly found in milk and dairy products, and other foodstuffs including bread and baked goods, and also cereals.
Many people assume if they suffer from bloating, abdominal pain or nausea after drinking milk they have lactose intolerance," Melanie Bibby, a registered nutritionist and nutrition manager for a2 Milk UK, said.
Products like Lactaid milk and Lactaid fast-act dietary supplements help me manage my lactose intolerance without eliminating dairy from my diet," Rowell commented.
It also has a carbohydrate blend with 30% lactose for fussiness and gas in infants with lactose intolerance.
Milk products suitable for people with lactose intolerance will be launched later this year.