Gender, Age, Race and Lactose Intolerance: Is There Evidence to Support a Differential Symptom Response? A Scoping Review

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lactose intolerance 382 (epub): 12/2018Publication date (collection): 12/2018AbstractResearch evaluating the relationship between lactose intolerance (LI) symptoms and age, gender and race is reviewed. An exhaustive search was conducted on the Google
lactose intolerance 840 drivers of intolerance symptoms.1. IntroductionThis scoping review summarizes the relationship between lactose intolerance (LI) symptoms and age, gender and race. Several authors claim that women, the elderly or specific racial
lactose intolerance 989 and race. Several authors claim that women, the elderly or specific racial groups suffer more from lactose intolerance beyond the expected incidence based on the genetic determinant of lactase non-persistence (LNP) [[1],[2],[3],[4],[5]].
lactose intolerance 3019 reporting demographics of the population under study. We used the following key search phrases: “ lactose intolerance ,” “milk intolerance,” “lactose intolerance demographics,” “milk intolerance demographics,”
lactose intolerance 3070 study. We used the following key search phrases: “lactose intolerance,” “milk intolerance,” “ lactose intolerance demographics,” “milk intolerance demographics,” “lactose maldigestion,” “lactose maldigestion
lactose intolerance 3227 demographics,” “lactose maldigestion,” “lactose maldigestion symptoms” and “symptoms of lactose intolerance .” Google Scholar and PubMed databases were searched through October of 2018. Included studies were
lactose intolerance 14787 adaptation explain the symptoms experienced by this population. In 1994, Rao et al. reported symptoms of lactose intolerance in 98 adults, 20–89 years of age [[2]]. Fifty-two subjects were black, 46 were white, 48 were male,
lactose intolerance 17182 severe as it has been previously suggested. It does not appear in this Hispanic/Mexican sample that lactose intolerance is more severe than in other LNP populations. In 1994, Suarez and Savaiano assessed lactose digestion
lactose intolerance 19836 is especially important when the sample includes very small children. Asmawi et al. assessed LNP and lactose intolerance in 300 Malaysians, ages 18–49 years [[6]]. One hundred of the subjects were native Malaysia, 100 were
lactose intolerance 22854 this study suggests that the use of cultured or fermented dairy foods may be a strategy for avoiding lactose intolerance symptoms. Nicklas et al., (2011) reported self-perceived LI and its relationship to calcium, dairy food
lactose intolerance 26231 2014, Baadkar, Mukherjee and Lele reported the influence of age, gender and genetic variants on LNP, lactose intolerance and milk intake in 205 healthy adult Asian Indians, 18–73 years. [[5]]. One hundred and twenty-three
lactose intolerance 32745 yearsBloating, flatulence, borborygmi, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting & diarrheaN/A is no data provided. LI is lactose intolerance

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