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Ashenafi M

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  • Research Article
    Occurrence of Lactose Intolerance among Ethiopians
    Author(s): Habtamu LD, Ashenafi M, Taddese K, Birhanu K and Getaw THabtamu LD, Ashenafi M, Taddese K, Birhanu K and Getaw T

    Milk has been known as nature’s most complete Food. Among the components of milk is lactose. Some people who lack the enzyme needed to digest lactose suffer from lactose intolerance and therefore cannot digest milk. Worldwide, nearly 70 percent of the adult population is thought to be lactose intolerant, and the condition is very common among American Indians and those of Asian, African, Hispanic, and Mediterranean descent. Lactose intolerance is one of the factors affecting milk demand and consumption, which subsequently influencing milk market/ productivity. But no information is available on lactose intolerance in Ethiopia. Therefore, this paper is the first attempt to study the incidence of lactose intolerance in the country. The aim of the paper, therefore, was to generate information on lactose intolerance through case study approach including questionnaire survey and docu.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2157-7110.1000505

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