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Effect of prolonged intake of lactose or hydrolysed lactose. 5. Intestinal metabolism of glucose and galactose



Effect of prolonged intake of lactose or hydrolysed lactose. 5. Intestinal metabolism of glucose and galactose



International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 53(4): 427-431



For 270 days groups of 12 adult male Wistar rats were given a diet with 40% sucrose or crude or hydrolysed lactose. Samples of the intestine and intestinal contents were homogenized. The small intestine and caecum of rats given crude lactose had more than twice as much galactose than glucose. Neither the intestinal flora nor the epithelial tissue was able to metabolize galactose easily.

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