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Lactose intolerance: from diagnosis to correct management

By: Peter Olins, PhD on June 12, 2014.

About 75% of the world’s adults are lactose intolerant. The condition is also common in patients with celiac disease who have recently started on a gluten-free diet, since the intestinal villi that produce this enzyme take some time to heal. This scientific reviews the diagnosis and treatment of lactose intolerance, plus a discussion of the possible role of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in producing false-positive results.

Journal Article by : di Rinzo T, et al.

Published in: Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci (2013) 17(Suppl 2): 18-25.

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