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- Kumar, Ashwani, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Journal of nutrition & intermediary metabolism 2019 v.15 pp. 27-34
- compliance; diarrhea; fermentation; foods; guidelines; jejunum; lactose; lactose free diet; lactose intolerance; markets; milk; nutrient content; nutritional adequacy; sensory properties
- ... Lactose intolerance is a pathophysiological situation that occurs due to insufficiency of the “lactase” enzyme present in the jejunum. Ingestion of lactose containing products leads to alteration in intestinal digestion and colonic fermentation, leading to diarrhoea and other clinical discomforts. The articles reviewed were selected based on the following key descriptors such as lactose, lactose i ...