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- Arla targets the health-conscious with Â£3m lactose-free 'milk' ads. Parry, Caroline // Marketing Week;1/26/2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p9
The article reports that the British dairy product company Arla Foods will introduce its LactoFree lactose-free milk with an advertising campaign created by Euro RSCG Biss Lancaster. Arla claims that the milk is the first lactose-free milk in Great Britain. It will target consumers who are...
- South Korea gets Maeil. // Dairy Industries International;Aug2005, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p12
Reports on Maeil Dairy's introduction of the first lactose-free milk in South Korea. Belief that 80 per cent of the South Korean population suffers from lactose intolerance; milk. Maeil Dairy's use of the patented Valio manufacturing process, where the lactose is removed from milk by...
- could you be sensitive to milk? Harry, Pip // Good Health (Australia Edition);Dec2009, p162
The article offers information about lactose intolerance. It mentions that lactose intolerance is a condition wherein a person has lacked the lactase enzyme that is responsible for digesting lactose. It discusses the different symptoms of the condition, its causes and how it is diagnosed....
- How to cope with your lactose intolerance. // Asian Pacific Post;7/31/2014, pPP 10
The article discusses ways to cope with lactose intolerance, including by consuming lactose-free products, taking lactose supplements, and discovering other sources of calcium.
- Calcium Without the Cow. // Massage & Bodywork;Jun/Jul2003, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p13
Reports on the number of Americans suffering from lactase-enzyme deficiency. Amount of bone-building calcium in the body; Symptoms of the disease; Need of consuming at least one glass of milk a day.
- Abdominal Pain Associated with Lactose Ingestion in Children with Lactose Intolerance. Gremse, David A.; Greer, A. Scott; Vacik, Jonathan; DiPalma, Jack A. // Clinical Pediatrics;May2003, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p341
Assesses the symptoms associated with milk ingestion in children with lactose maldigestion. Lactose challenge breath hydrogen test; Clinical symptoms; Imbalance between the production and elimination of gas from metabolism of undigested lactose by colonic bacterial flora.
- Lactose intolerance. Fahey, Thomas D. // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Mar96, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p70
Focuses on lactose intolerance and milk. Factors behind the condition; Diagnosis of the condition; Development of future lactose intolerance; Ways to increase lactose tolerance; Improvement of lactose tolerance by consuming milk products with a meal; Helpfulness of special products; Interaction...
- Lactose Intolerant? Drink More Milk. // Journal of Dental Hygiene;Winter2001, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p8
Examines the effectiveness of tolerable milk in solving the problem of lactose intolerance. Signs and symptoms of lactose intolerance; Existence of a range of dairy alternatives with adequate amounts of calcium; Recommendations on individuals having trouble with lactose.
- Lactose intolerance in relation to amount of milk ingested. Rivo, Marc // American Family Physician;11/1/1995, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p1904
Reports on an article published by Suarez and colleagues in the July 6, 1995 issue of the `New England Journal of Medicine' on the effect of consumption of small amounts of milk on gastrointestinal symptoms in lactose-intolerant persons.