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According to a 2019 study, around 70% of the world’s population is lactase deficient, with the highest prevalence among people of East Asian, West African, Arab, Jewish, Greek, or Italian descent.
However, not everyone deficient in lactase has lactose intolerance. A deficiency can mean levels of lactase are lower than normal, but still present. And lactose intolerance only occurs when symptoms like bloating, diarrhea, and abdominal pain appear.
Lactase deficiency can appear over time as you age. It can also be diagnosed during childhood or even at birth. Congenital lactase deficiency (CLD) is a rare disorder diagnosed in newborns and can lead to malnutrition and poor growth.
It should be noted that lactase deficiency does not always result in lactose intolerance. Sometimes, lactase levels never get low enough to cause lactose intolerance.
Product Description :
Product Name:Hot Selling lactase 50000 powder CAS 9031-11-2 food additivies lactase
Keywords:Lactase Enzyme;Lactase powder;Lactase
Storage:Keep in a cool, dry, dark location in a tightly sealed container or cylinder.
Shelf Life:24 Months
Contains no artificial colors, preservatives, or sweeteners; no dairy, sugar, wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, egg, fish, shellfish, salt, tree nuts, or GMOs.
How Do I Know If I Have a Lactase Deficiency?
A lactase deficiency may cause various symptoms alerting you to a problem.
The severity of your deficiency and the underlying cause may worsen symptoms. For example, a person with lactose non-persistence may tolerate some amounts and types of dairy products without experiencing any symptoms.12
However, if you have any of the following symptoms within a few hours after consuming dairy, then it may be time to get an official diagnosis:1
To officially diagnose lactose intolerance, a healthcare provider may want to perform various tests, including a physical exam and a hydrogen breath test.
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease. Diagnosis of lactose intolerance.
You may risk worsening symptoms if a lactase deficiency or lactose intolerance goes undiagnosed. Excessive diarrhea and vomiting can lead to dehydration, while gas and stomach pain can be highly uncomfortable.
Speak with a healthcare provider if you think you have a lactase deficiency.
What is Lactase?
Lactase, also known as beta-galactosidase hydrolysis of lactose to produce glucose and galactose. Lactase also has the transfer function of galactosidase, galactose to lactose generated galactooligosaccharide, as a bacteria-acting factors for the development of functional foods. Biological enzyme lactase is a non-toxic side effects, by the authority of the,the and assessment to determine the safety of substances.
Natural lactase usually present in the human gut. Were very low, however, when people ate dairy, because most of the human body, a lack of lactase, so difficult for them to digest and absorb the milk sugar lactose, the lactose in milk can not be decomposed use,intestinal bacteria break down the fermentation, producing a large carbon dioxide gas, resulting in intestinal expansion and peristalsis contraction to strengthen, resulting in bowel, diarrhea, bloating and other symptoms of this disease is called lactose intolerance. Lactase deficiency worldwide is widespread, especially in Asia, Africa accounted for a large proportion of our country is also a common phenomenon.
Function of Lactase:
1. Improve metabolic energy utilization rate of meal like raw material soybean meal, cottonseed meal, rapeseed meal, reduce chyme viscosity, improve animal production performance and increase feed/gain ratio.
2. Completely degrade oligosaccharide of meal like raw materials, reduce nutrients residue in chyme, and increase nutrient utilization rate.
3. Eliminate flatulence, diarrhea of mono-gastric animals, deal to digestive disorders caused by oligosaccharide.
4. Ease or avoid alimentary apparatus compensatory hyperplasia, reduce animal maintenance requirements, improve feed energy valence.
Application of Lactase:
1. Mainly used in the dairy industry. The low sweet and low solubility lactose can be transformed into a sweeter, larer
monosaccharide(glucose and galactose), which reduces the crystallization of lactose in ince cream, condensed milk and condensed milk, and increases the sweetness.
2.In fermentation and baking industries, lactose can not be used by ordinary yeast can be used for hydrolysis to glucose. A certain nunber of infants, due to the lack of normal lactase in the intestines, cause diarrhea after feeding milk, so many European countries often add lactase and lysozyme to milk for babies to drink.
Rules of thumb used to calculate the amount of lactase are 7500 units for 16 grams of lactose (roughly one normal glass of milk), and 3000 units for 5 g, which is similar but higher.
Of these, the latter was more likely to lead to a meantingful reduction when taken orally. This makes sense given the dynamic nature of the digestive tract, so doses of lactase shouldn’t be based on the amount needed to hydrolyze lactase, but on in vivo evidence. Other studies generally suggest that less than 3000 units per 5 g leads to less impressive reductions in lactose fermentation.