Did you know that, at present, it is estimated that about 34% of the Spanish population is lactose intolerant but Only 10% are actually diagnosed ?. In fact, it is estimated that approximately 70% of the world population has some type of intolerance or lactose problem in their diet; And of that percentage many of them are unaware of it. We are undoubtedly faced with the main food intolerance diagnosed among Spaniards, even placing themselves ahead of other well-known and famous intolerances, such as gluten intolerance.
Lactose is milk sugar , Which decomposes into two more simple sugars, glucose and galactose. It is a process that takes place in the small intestine and is produced thanks to the action of the enzyme lactase. When there is a lactose intolerance There is in turn a lactase deficit , So that the lactose passes into the large intestine without decomposing, where it begins to ferment. This is the moment in which the typical symptoms and so annoying of this type of intolerance occur, giving rise to digestive problems (diarrhea, gas...), feeling of general discomfort, heaviness and tiredness.
But does suffering from lactose intolerance mean that I should leave the milk? Do not, Lactose intolerant does not mean that you should give up the milk. Why? Very simple: you can find in the market Milk Pascual Lactose Free , Which stands out as the Lactose-free milk that has been enriched in vitamin B6 , An essential nutrient beneficial to help us reduce fatigue and fatigue, and gives us the possibility to enjoy a day with greater vitality.
It is, therefore, a drink rich in vitamin B6 ideal for breakfast And ultimately for any moment of the day, since it is the milk of always with all its flavor and with all its essential nutrients, to which lactase has been added in order to turn it into a much more digestive milk.