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Studies related to Headaches and Lactase enzyme

Enzyme Replacement Therapy For Primary Adult Lactase Deficiency. Effective Reduction Of Lactose Malabsorption And Milk Intolerance By Direct Addition Of Beta-galactosidase To Milk At Mealtime

Effect None
Values 1 in control, none in lactase.
Trial Design Non-controlled trial
Trial Length 24 hours
Number of Subjects 11
Sex Both Genders
Notes for this study:
In a non-randomized, non-blinded crossover trial, 11 participants with lactose intolerance were given 480 ml of milk with or without lactase treatment on different days. When consuming lactase milk, there was no notable rise in breath hydrogen, but the rise was considerable and statistically significantly higher when taking non-treated milk.

There was a lower prevalence of flatulence, borborigmus, and meteorism, while taking lactase milk, with only one instance of flatulence and no other symptoms. There was one participant with diarrhea and one with headache in the control group, and none in the lactase group.
Funding issues for this study:
Unclear funding.

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