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Lactose intolerance and consumption of cultured dairy products - a review


, : Lactose intolerance and consumption of cultured dairy products - a review. IDF News ( 138): 15-16

This brief review concerning lactose digestion and yoghurt consumption concludes the following. Lactose intolerance symptoms and breath hydrogen excretion are substantially reduced after the intake of unheated yoghurt compared with milk. This increased lactose tolerance is associated with an improved lactose digestion.


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