Alternative treatments against lactose intolerance

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Depending on the degree of enzyme deficiency, consumption of products containing milk may cause: nausea, cramps, bloating, intestinal gas or diarrhea after only 30 minutes of consumption.
General Information
According to several studies of lactase deficiency can be identified by nationality and ethnicity. Thus, approximately 90% of Asians suffer from some diseases in which lactose intolerance. Also, 75% of Americans are lactose intolerant.
In fact, the only populations that have suffered from this disease are those in Northern Europe.
Severity of symptoms depends on how low is enzyme. In exceptional cases, children are born without the ability to produce lactase. For this reason for most people, lactase deficiency is a condition that develops over time.
Lactase can be influenced by certain illnesses like flu or intestinal inflammation, in this situation triggering a temporary deficiency of lactase. In these cases, the disease known as secondary lactase deficiency is temporary and once the problem has passed and the cells were cured restarts affected enzyme production.
Symptoms vary much from one person to another, a person with lactose intolerance can drink a glass of milk and not have any symptoms, while individuals with severe deficiency does not support any teaspoon of milk in coffee. People who have no symptoms after consuming a glass of milk may have problems if they eat ice cream for dessert.
Lactose intolerance is often confused with milk allergy, although the difference between them is radical.
If you are allergic to milk, even small amounts of milk and cause serious side effects.
Milk allergy symptoms:
* Vomiting
* Cold;
* Swollen eyes;
* Node in the throat;
* Difficulty breathing.
Milk allergy is caused by immune response to a protein.
Lactose intolerance is an enzyme deficiency.
Lactose intolerance often occurs in adults, while dairy allergies occur mainly in childhood.
But milk and other dairy products are a major source of nutrients, which is why these products should be introduced into any diet.
Most people who are lactose deficiency should not completely eliminate dairy from the diet. In reality, it is estimated that 80% of people with lactose intolerance can consume enough milk for a proper diet.
Also, try to take the lactase enzyme supplements, these products can be found in pharmacies without a prescription and should not be taken when consuming milk products.



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