Recessive inheritance of the adult type of intestinal lactase deficiency. Am J Hum Genet ; 27 5 : Bol Med Hosp Infant Mex ; Intolerancia a la lactosa en lactantes con diarrea. Rev Mex Pediatr ;

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Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain E-mail: cortesm ucm. Food lactose and lactose intolerance are today hot topics in the field of food and nutrition. This may be due to the loss of intestinal lactase in adulthood, a condition transmitted by an autosomal recessive gene, which differs in humans according to race. Many intolerant individuals can tolerate low levels of lactose in their daily diet.

Probiotics have also been proposed as an alternative that could avoid some symptoms of lactose intolerance. Many products are marketed nowadays as alternatives to dairy products for lactose-intolerant individuals. However, the rules for low-lactose foods are currently not harmonised in the European Union.

As scientific knowledge on lactose intolerance has notably advanced in recent decades, the aim of this work was to review the current state of the knowledge on lactose and lactose intolerance, its diagnosis and clinical management, and the various food products that are offered specifically for non-tolerant individuals.

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