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It has been estimated that up to 70% (28% of United States adults) of the world population have low levels of lactase activity in the intestine, and, as a result, a genetically controlled inability to digest lactose. Maldigestion of lactose can lead to a variety of unpleasant gastrointestinal symptoms which can prevent consumption of milk and its products. Even though most problems with lactose digestion are attributed to the lactose molecule, other problems may arise from galactose, liberated on hydrolysis.
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Advanced Dairy Chemistry Volume 3: Lactose, water, salts and vitamins by V. H. Holsinger (auth.), P. F. Fox (eds.)