Lactase Non-persistence and Lactose Intolerance

@article{Bayless2017LactaseNA,
  title={Lactase Non-persistence and Lactose Intolerance},
  author={Theodore M. Bayless and Elizabeth Brown and David M. Paige},
  journal={Current Gastroenterology Reports},
  year={2017},
  volume={19},
  pages={1-11}
}
Purpose of ReviewTo evaluate the clinical and nutritional significance of genetically determined lactase non-persistence and potential lactose and milk intolerance in 65–70% of the world’s adult population.Recent FindingsMilk consumption is decreasing in the USA and is the lowest in countries with a high prevalence of lactase non-persistence. The dairy industry and Minnesota investigators have made efforts to minimize the influence of lactose intolerance on milk consumption. Some lactose… Expand
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