22 Burst results for "Lactose Intolerance"

Can My Baby Have Parmesan On A Milk Free Diet?

Healthy Eating For Kids

03:19 min | 3 months ago

Can My Baby Have Parmesan On A Milk Free Diet?

"Quite often. Dairy so lactose and Milk protein gets really confused, so people often confuse with what's lactose intolerant and what's COSMO protein allergy and there's quite a few different types of cosmic protein allergy as well so the immediate dairy allergy that often hear about in the news where he child consumes food product with milk protein, and they might have an immediate allergy, so say within two hours of product they might break into hives. There might have rashes and in very. Very severe cases they may have difficulty breathing, and so on an terms of a delayed caswell protein allergy where the the symptoms may present. Longer than two hours from eating food product with counseling protein present that could be things, persistent constipation X. Small. The hats difficulty with growth reflux. It could be you know you might see babies with back arching. You know very persistent crying and it's not say one symptom in particular. That, we look at it really a series, a combination of symptoms that we would look at review in order to help with a diagnosis, and with these delayed castle approaching allergies. You can't really test can't do blood, testing or skin prick testing to create a diagnosis, so you can make it a little bit complicated to get on. Top of you know what what is going on. Does my baby or child have a delay Kuzma? Protein algae in terms of a lactose intolerance is really got nothing to do with the protein that's found in dairy products like. COW's model cheese. Yogurt and things that it's about the milk sugar called lactose, and that's present in all dairy products, but with the case of some individuals some suren they may not be able to absorb. All break down lactose that's found in some dairy products, and so what happens is that it can cause a lot of abdominal discomfort, and it can cause diarrhea now it's very unusual for say in Caucasian parents. Ought children should I say? For there to be a problem with lactose intolerance often. Children present with some of the symptoms that have described it probably going to be cosmo protein allergy, but it is still very possible. Day is say after a period of illness guest riders for example that in the short term sometimes children can have difficulties managing lactose that's found in car, smoke or yogurt, and things like that, but that's usually just very very short time.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

11:15 min | 6 months ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"So let's reiterate to make it as clear as possible. That globally lactase non. Persistence IS THE NORM. And probably around. Seventy percent of the global population does not have the lactase enzyme that stays on in adulthood. Okay Yeah Okay but like you said this ranges a lot across the globe and there's a really great map. I think there's probably a whole bunch of them that we can post. But what's really interesting is so I was looking into how what milk. Production and consumption is like across the globe and by far the highest consumer country of milk is India okay like by a long shot greater than the whole EU and the US by like twofold. And when I was looking at these maps I was like India has lactase Mala. Absorption of sixty one percent non persistence overall. And I was like this doesn't make any sense but then you mentioned that between the northern and southern India. It's very different and so that's super interesting so. I wonder if they broke the map of of milk consumption down if it would correlate with that and I bet that it probably would yeah. That's really interesting. It is yeah but besides India the EU the US overall actually melt consumption. Like you mentioned is going up worldwide so milk consumption is on the rise and milk. Production is on the rise. Globally and this is like a per capita. Yes yeah yeah. Some of the most recent data that I could find I have to say was from stood Tista. Is that a good website. I don't know I couldn't get there like where they got their data from without signing up for an account and I didn't want to do that. So the other source of this info is kind of old but it's from the FAO so at least that's a legit source of INFO. But it's like ten years old so I don't know why they haven't updated their data in ten years but anyways anyways in any case people drink a lot of milk around the globe so because we know that the normal state is lactase non persistent. There's a lot of interest in trying to treat or manage the symptoms of lactose Mala. Absorption Right And I do think that one of the most interesting pieces that I found was a number of Meta analyses that show that in general even people who are self identified as lactose intolerant so they know that drinking milk gives them symptoms can actually handle up to about twelve grams of lactose in a single sitting before they become symptomatic. Okay so that's actually like a whole glass of milk and it's kind of a ton of cheese because a lot of cheeses especially aged cheeses like Cheddar have like about point five grams of lactose per ounce where milk has like nine to fourteen grams of lactose per cup of milk. So per serving and lactose intolerance or lactase non. Persistence is very different than allergy. So when people have allergies to milk it's generally to the protein casein that's found in milk when they have a cows milk allergy and yes. That is very different. Okay the other thing though and this is probably why products that are lactose. Free have become more and more popular even in places where lactase persistence is really common is because the symptoms of lactose intolerance overlap with symptoms like IBS and it can actually be really difficult to tell what is it. That's causing your symptoms. Is it really the milk or? Is it something different? Gotcha yeah yeah so. There have been a big rise in products like in products. That are lactose free. So whether it's cow's milk or goat's milk that have been treated with certain enzymes the lactase enzyme whether it's from bacteria or yeast that actually breakdown that lactose into mono- sack rights. So that even if you are lactase non persistent you can drink that milk. You can also take it in a pill form like we said already and there has been some research on probiotics and things like that. We're just not from my understanding. At least what I've seen. We don't really have a good another good answer but the other thing that's become really popular is just non dairy milks right. Yeah so there's a lot in the the United States medical literature of like we have to make sure that we drink milk because it's such an important part of our diet like hand-wringing at the idea of someone cutting dairy out of their diet rate and I think that that's very interesting because you know the vast majority of the world can't digest airy and the they do just fine in the American Diet. Cow's milk is our number one source of calcium. So if you're not drinking milk or eating cheese or getting your calcium from dairy then yeah you do need to make sure that you get your calcium from somewhere else but that can be from a lot of other things that are calcium fortified or just from a calcium supplement. Yeah but that is the main nutrient that is found in milk that we don't see in a lot of other food so most other foods that we eat have a much lower amount of calcium. Vitamin D is actually something that we add to milk because calcium vitamin D. Work together in your body for Bone Health. So it makes sense you know. And because a lot of us live at northern latitudes in now we wear clothes and cover our bodies. So we're not making as much vitamin D because normally you make it from sun exposure but we don't expose ourselves to the sun because skin cancer Question answer so historically if people were not getting calcium from milk which probably not. Many people were What was happening I mean? Do we see a lot of the problems that we associate with a lack of calcium in like skeletal remains of people historically? So if you eat a lot of seafood or leg you GMS or Leafy Greens. These are other things that are also have good amounts of calcium so probably in the past people just ate more things like that so then calcium or dairy wasn't their only source of calcium. Gotcha yeah because dairy is one of the main sources of calcium in the US and in some other countries. It's thought that not getting enough dairy could lead to calcium deficiency which is a risk for osteoporosis. But there have been some studies that have found that in places where people don't consume dairy in places where lactase non persistence is. More common. Osteoporosis is not any more common so they're getting their calcium somehow interesting. Yeah very interesting. Yeah but then there's also like cheese that have low levels of lactose because just of the way that she has prepared. A lot of yogurts have very low levels of lactose because the bacteria that are found in like live culture yogurt actually convert lactose to lactic acid. So there's low levels of lactose and then you know there's lactose free milk. There's soy milks and things that are fortified with almost all the same nutrients that you would find in cow's milk. There's a lot of options. Speaking of options we should mention that are quarantining. Could be could be the milk in our quarantine could be swapped out for any non dairy alternative. I love Oat milk. You can use any Milky Lake. You isn't there like they're trying to have it not be called milk if it's from like a nut or note because yeah not milk. My saw something like that. It's just like this late in the game. That's never going to catch on right me. I was like I'm not going to drink soy juice. That's that sounds way worse. Well this was a fun episode of the final episode. This was a short time for one. We've got a lot of long ones lately. Yeah all right. She do sources. Yeah we definitely should so. I read a couple of books. One was called the ten thousand year explosion. How civilization accelerated human evolution by Gregory Cochran and Henry Harpen Ding and also called milk by Mark Lansky and then a few articles. I JUST WANNA shout out a couple of them the origins of lactase persistence in Europe. By itin at all two thousand nine and evolution of lactase persistence. An example of human niche construction by Gir- Bolt at all two thousand eleven. I read a number of articles. There's a good one from American family. The American Academy of Family Physicians. That is called lactose intolerance just for some basic background on what the Clinical Syndrome that we call lactose intolerance is and we will post all of our references on our website. This podcast kill you. Dot Com for this episode and all of our episodes. Thank you so much to Katie for coming on and sharing her amazing poop story. We love to hear from you. Seriously thank you so much. Yes and thank you to blow mobile for providing the music for this episode and all of our episodes in as always thank you t you as the nurse for sticking with us through all the you know. We didn't even talk about poop that much. Besides Katie's bit I know it's Kinda surprising. Yeah well okay well with that. Wash your hands you filthy animals God. I trusted that far away to tweet it much..

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Are Humans Built to Drink Milk as Adults?

BrainStuff

03:10 min | 7 months ago

Are Humans Built to Drink Milk as Adults?

"People can't digest milk we call them lactose intolerant. This seems to signify that. It's an unusual condition that most people are just fine with milk cheese and ice cream and that lactose intolerance is something that needs to be fixed or helped but it turns out that those poor souls who get gase crampy and otherwise digestive Lee miserable after eating dairy products are actually in the majority worldwide. It's the people who can handle milk. Who are the weird ones? Lactose is the main form of sugar in all mammal milk and everyone is born with the gene that codes for the creation of tastes. Which is the enzyme that processes lactose when we're babies in other words. We all have the ability to digest milk. The small intestine produces lactase. It Breaks Down lactose into glucose and lactose which can be easily absorbed into the bloodstream. But for reasons unknown the lactase gene tends to shut off about the time where weaned from breast milk. Most people don't create any lack tastes or very little of it by the time. They're five years older. So in the absence of lactase undigested lactose just sits in the colon ferments causing all kinds of uncomfortable side effects. Basically your gut bacteria eat it and they excrete gas and other wastes which you then have to excrete some people however carry a genetic mutation that allows the lactase gene to keep working sometimes it continues for just a few more years sometimes for a lifetime. Ninety percent of Americans have a functional lactase gene so in the United States. It is unusual to be lactose intolerant but worldwide more than sixty percent of people lose the ability to process lactose because lactose intolerance is the more common condition around the globe scientists and researchers in the field actually use the term lactase persistence for people who can digest milk. Certain populations are more prone to lactase persistence than others in the United States. People of Caucasian descent are much more likely to be able to digest dairy and people of African American Hispanic and native. American descent are not northern. Europeans especially Scandinavians tend to hang onto the lactase folks from southern Europe are split about fifty fifty but a full ninety. Nine percent of Asians are lactose intolerant. Hence the absence of dairy many traditional foods from around the continent parts of Africa with a history of cattle farming populations with as much as ninety percent lactase persistence. Scientists aren't sure why some people lose lactase gene but they have figured out that the genetic mutation appeared about seven thousand five hundred years ago among dairy farming populations in central Europe and Eastern Africa. The theory is that the mutation was random as all mutations are but it became genetically advantageous in these dairy eating populations and thus spread rapidly to this day. There are still high rates of lactase persistence in those areas electees. Persistence might not be in this society for survival in the modern world but it does make life more pleasurable for many people so if you can enjoy ICE CREAM. Sundaes milkshakes and pizza with no problem. Remember the ear. One of lucky ones.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Here's a yeah but I loved him because you know he he goes right to the to the yeah elle and he gives words to again now to caught in the throat right out of that I haven't but it worked right here governing our kid the car hello may I ask you you have a young daughter here did you feed her milk a lot she drinks a lot of chocolate milk yeah and how about you yourself it as time goes by what is your attitude toward now okay I don't I don't really how often do you drink he probably a couple times a week it's very demanding with these kids yeah he wants chocolate milk have a big show off a good lord helper troubles yes she won right now I'm talking about it do you drink milk like you used to when you were a girl lord now on my in my stomach can't take it but I do love cheese but what is built due to your stomach owns tears it up some terrible with your symptoms is lactose intolerance and it give you gas in other words I love it I have to buy it I have to buy lactaid yeah now are you in business I work for a company as you know now if you were to drink like a big glass of milk before a business meeting is that part of the problem though it's only bug me yes I have it I could I can get along with that now you have to leave the room yes so it will it will take like an hour before I have to put build still has its fans were drinking as much smokers we always have how much is that well it's the two of us half a gallon a day a rather a week so you're you're the what the dairy industry once you have survived as an adult with your mil cabinets intact yeah I would say so yeah I'm a fan of milk are you going out to lunch now no I'm headed fed ex office gonna have some milk while you're there I don't know if they sell there with.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Now you care about turtles the coffee yeah the coffee doesn't have anything anything on it. As what are you stirring for but I do now I mean I haven't touched a coffee. I don't have any germ whatever you're exposed to at the starbucks. You're still exposed to with with or without game my coffee so let asking this question. You're the guy like me who fluffs out the towel fingers on it swimsuit. The towel hanging is right so they aren't clumped on the floor and collect a mildew mold right. What do you think that porous stick is doing so in the middle of that this is from collecting cream and sugar and coffee and mildew and bugs attracted Scorpion on the waving around of a special special needs kid? I mean Yeah Yeah. Let's see got coffee. Now does have some cream in it that thus the deck don't tell you that stick is very porous. Porous the cream. I theoretically if the cream were trace amounts of cream but the cream could go bad if you left it there for a long period of time. I don't know how often they turn over those containers. Now my fingers also touch it right but then that's where your fingers we cannot as well so if we would shake hands then you're better off on on that. I do change your ways now. I don't. I don't think he could make anyone practically make anyone sick. I also lactose intolerant the next Adam and drew show their lactose intolerant probably wouldn't be stirring though maybe just much sugar okay yeah yeah <hes> well if they're lactose intolerant. They're not really lactose intolerance up in their head. I Dunno there'd be trace amounts. I guess on that stick but then when the stick dried out. I don't feel like this is causing thing anyone any end justifying a band. I'm not trying to know listen. Listen to me. Everything that I complain about is because it's fuckers who wanNA travel free with their dogs it benefits it's then it's not I don't complain about things where people don't benefit. You're just do it. I don't WanNa throw away piece of wood that I that is still good. It's fairly used as not going to cause anybody anything so I do that and if I was like selling the stir sticks or something like that I would come down very harsh myself. It's it's as easy for me to throw it away. It's easier for me to throw it away to do it that way and I can be spotted putting it back to see list celebrity trying to poison people jumps and publicity now. The tongue oppressor lick to is not going to harm anyone either because it's just gonNa dry that'll be that'll be that but that is that's bad bad that is some bad parenting there and that kid is going to end up. You know I'll guarantee that kid by the end of their lifetime over unders eight frivolous lawsuits unlike slipping balls and your bathroom mhm didn't have a handicap bar on it and all that kind of stuff. That's that's the path sitting not the right just noble path of sending my kids ban by putting the starbucks stir stick back in there. They give replaced every hour of every every morning..

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"But it's by no means necessary an assessing for good health, especially if you're lactose intolerant. Yes. And there are down sides latte per people there. Lactose intolerance. Also, it has been linked several cups today to higher risk of prostate cancer. So that there are some downsides strength, and Gary milk. So if you don't like milk or don't wanna drink milk for whatever reason that's perfectly. Okay. But at the same time if you do like, it, you shouldn't fear that somehow it's dangerous. Good to know. I mean, I drink a lot of milk, but not a lot of dairy milk and I use because I like the way it tastes. And for me. I like my whether it's oatmeal or coffee drinks, I like it to be creamy. So. Like the home run for me is almond milk, which the kind I drink has twenty five or thirty calories a Cup, which is a third of the calories or less than even even skim milk. And the flavor is phenomenal. And since I am not a person I eat so much protein that I'm not looking to get protein from my milk. Nut milk is the way to go. So for me, I think it's really good for weight loss. But there have been issues and people discussing whether or not dairy and itself is good or bad for weight loss. Do you have any opinions on that will, you know for quite a while the dairy industry ran ads saying that dairy could help with weight loss. And eventually they were forced by the government to discontinue those ads because it said it was they said it was deceptive advertising that they were overstating the case for the effects of dairy on weight. So I would say that the the evidence is not really there. The dairy is particularly helpful for a weight loss it perhaps can fill you up at the claim that it makes you foles you're not eating as much. What was the actual claim as it? Leads to weight loss. It was just there's something inherent dairy that leads to lower weight and without specifying beyond that. And so I think that the evidence again does not necessarily support that and you're right that way less than the cow. But you're right. If you're thinking alternatives there are alternatives their lower in calories than dairy such center. Exactly, people tastes better. I think it's it's great that there are all these a growing number of alternatives..

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How Many People Really Have Food Allergies?

BrainStuff

06:26 min | 1 year ago

How Many People Really Have Food Allergies?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Boko bomb here. A lot of attention has been given to the increasing number of American kids with serious food allergies now believed to be one in every thirteen children. That's about eight percent school cafeterias have largely banned. Peanut butter peanuts being one of the top triggers and savvy parents not quiz sleepover. Guests on allergies to other common. Foods like milk, eggs and wheat childhood food. Allergies are big deal because a bad reaction could lead to NFL lactic shock, which if untreated by epinephrine shot could be fatal, but kids, and their parents aren't the only ones who need to be educated about food allergies, and how to respond to a severe allergic reaction. According to a new study adults have it even worse. More than ten percent of American adults now have one or more food allergies. According to the largest in-depth survey of the prevalence of food allergies. Among adults of the forty thousand adults surveyed ten point eight percent were determined to have a legitimate food allergy to things like shellfish milk. And. Peanuts of the top three allergies. Severe enough to cause telltale symptoms of NFL axes, like hives swelling throat, tightening and trouble, breathing and nearly half of the allergies developed as adults. What worries Dr rucci Gupta? The lead author of the study and a pediatrician and researcher who previously focused on childhood food. Allergies is not only the surprising Lee, high prevalence of food allergies among adults. But the fact that only half of the adult food allergies identified by the survey had been diagnosed by Dr even more alarming less than a quarter of adults with a bona fide food allergy carried an epinephrine pen the only way to halt a deadly reaction, clearly more Americans need to take food allergies. Seriously by talking with their doctors about voiding, certain foods and having an emergency response plan in place. But a second surprising finding that came out of Gupta study is that a separate nearly equal cohort of American adults believe they have a legitimate food allergy. But actually don't. When asked if they were allergic to any foods, a full nineteen percent of survey respondents said yes, but when prompted to list the symptoms of their most severe reactions only ten point eight percent met the standards of a convincing food allergy like difficulty swallowing chest tightening or vomiting, the rest of the respondents cited symptoms like diarrhoea belly pain and itching which are signs of a food, intolerance or other conditions, but not a true allergy. The confusion stems from general misunderstanding of what is and is not a food allergy a for example, many Americans thirty one percent, according to two thousand fifteen survey believed that the only difference between a food allergy and intolerance is the severity of the reaction or that people with food allergies can eat small amounts of the offending food without triggering a reaction a true food. Allergy means that consuming any amount of the allergen even a tiny Sipa crumb will trigger the immediate an overactive immune response known as NFL axis. The severity of the reaction depends on the severity of the allergy a people with a food intolerance on the other hand can sometimes eater drinks, small amounts of the troublesome food without triggering any symptoms in even when the symptoms are at their worst. They're usually confined to the gastrointestinal tract Gupta doesn't blame. The nearly nine percent of Americans who falsely believed that they have a food allergy. In addition to food intolerances, which to be fair can make people feel absolutely lousy. There are a host of other conditions with symptoms that overlap with. True, food, allergies. A common. One is oral allergy syndrome in which certain fresh, fruits, vegetables and nuts. Trigger an itching sensation in the mouth and throat and swollen lips. It looks like a food allergy. But the reaction is actually triggered by common. Pollen allergies and the symptoms go away quickly, but if your throat burns and your lips blow up like balloons, every time you eat a peach you could be forgiven for thinking that you had a food allergy Celia disease and auto immune disorder marked by severe intolerance to gluten is also not a true food allergies since the auto immune response does not result in NFL axis, it still sucks though. In the food. Allergy survey Gupta, and a panel of allergists were trying to be as conservative as possible when deciding if as certain bundle of symptoms qualified as an allergy which means that they're figure of ten point eight percent of adults with food allergies could be low. The only way to know for sure would be detest each and every person who reported a food allergy either through a skin prick test or the more dramatic food challenge in which an individual ingests a potential allergen in a doctor's office to gauge their immune response, but with the sample size of forty thousand. That's not practical things at the key. Takeaway from the food allergy survey is the importance of talking to a doctor to figure out if your specific set food related symptoms as a true allergy or something else Gupta said because some of these conditions are treatable and some of them are life threatening. It's important to know what you're dealing with. And if it turns out that you don't have a true food allergy. That's great news instead of anxiously avoiding all contact with certain foods, you can take steps to avoid a reaction, for example, oral allergies. Drome can often be avoided by cooking the offending fruit. Or vegetable instead of eating it, raw and people with lactose intolerance rather than a true milk allergy can enjoy lactose free dairy products without giving up the pure joy of an ice cream cone on a hot summer day. So if you've experienced unpleasant reactions to certain foods don't suffer in silence, talk to your doctor or make an appointment with an allergist to get tested knowledge after all his power. This episode was written by Dave ruse and produced by Tyler clan for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other powerful, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Today's episode is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you can cash in what's in your wallet.

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How Many People Really Have Food Allergies?

BrainStuff

06:26 min | 1 year ago

How Many People Really Have Food Allergies?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Boko bomb here. A lot of attention has been given to the increasing number of American kids with serious food allergies now believed to be one in every thirteen children. That's about eight percent school cafeterias have largely banned. Peanut butter peanuts being one of the top triggers and savvy parents not quiz sleepover. Guests on allergies to other common. Foods like milk, eggs and wheat childhood food. Allergies are big deal because a bad reaction could lead to NFL lactic shock, which if untreated by epinephrine shot could be fatal, but kids, and their parents aren't the only ones who need to be educated about food allergies, and how to respond to a severe allergic reaction. According to a new study adults have it even worse. More than ten percent of American adults now have one or more food allergies. According to the largest in-depth survey of the prevalence of food allergies. Among adults of the forty thousand adults surveyed ten point eight percent were determined to have a legitimate food allergy to things like shellfish milk. And. Peanuts of the top three allergies. Severe enough to cause telltale symptoms of NFL axes, like hives swelling throat, tightening and trouble, breathing and nearly half of the allergies developed as adults. What worries Dr rucci Gupta? The lead author of the study and a pediatrician and researcher who previously focused on childhood food. Allergies is not only the surprising Lee, high prevalence of food allergies among adults. But the fact that only half of the adult food allergies identified by the survey had been diagnosed by Dr even more alarming less than a quarter of adults with a bona fide food allergy carried an epinephrine pen the only way to halt a deadly reaction, clearly more Americans need to take food allergies. Seriously by talking with their doctors about voiding, certain foods and having an emergency response plan in place. But a second surprising finding that came out of Gupta study is that a separate nearly equal cohort of American adults believe they have a legitimate food allergy. But actually don't. When asked if they were allergic to any foods, a full nineteen percent of survey respondents said yes, but when prompted to list the symptoms of their most severe reactions only ten point eight percent met the standards of a convincing food allergy like difficulty swallowing chest tightening or vomiting, the rest of the respondents cited symptoms like diarrhoea belly pain and itching which are signs of a food, intolerance or other conditions, but not a true allergy. The confusion stems from general misunderstanding of what is and is not a food allergy a for example, many Americans thirty one percent, according to two thousand fifteen survey believed that the only difference between a food allergy and intolerance is the severity of the reaction or that people with food allergies can eat small amounts of the offending food without triggering a reaction a true food. Allergy means that consuming any amount of the allergen even a tiny Sipa crumb will trigger the immediate an overactive immune response known as NFL axis. The severity of the reaction depends on the severity of the allergy a people with a food intolerance on the other hand can sometimes eater drinks, small amounts of the troublesome food without triggering any symptoms in even when the symptoms are at their worst. They're usually confined to the gastrointestinal tract Gupta doesn't blame. The nearly nine percent of Americans who falsely believed that they have a food allergy. In addition to food intolerances, which to be fair can make people feel absolutely lousy. There are a host of other conditions with symptoms that overlap with. True, food, allergies. A common. One is oral allergy syndrome in which certain fresh, fruits, vegetables and nuts. Trigger an itching sensation in the mouth and throat and swollen lips. It looks like a food allergy. But the reaction is actually triggered by common. Pollen allergies and the symptoms go away quickly, but if your throat burns and your lips blow up like balloons, every time you eat a peach you could be forgiven for thinking that you had a food allergy Celia disease and auto immune disorder marked by severe intolerance to gluten is also not a true food allergies since the auto immune response does not result in NFL axis, it still sucks though. In the food. Allergy survey Gupta, and a panel of allergists were trying to be as conservative as possible when deciding if as certain bundle of symptoms qualified as an allergy which means that they're figure of ten point eight percent of adults with food allergies could be low. The only way to know for sure would be detest each and every person who reported a food allergy either through a skin prick test or the more dramatic food challenge in which an individual ingests a potential allergen in a doctor's office to gauge their immune response, but with the sample size of forty thousand. That's not practical things at the key. Takeaway from the food allergy survey is the importance of talking to a doctor to figure out if your specific set food related symptoms as a true allergy or something else Gupta said because some of these conditions are treatable and some of them are life threatening. It's important to know what you're dealing with. And if it turns out that you don't have a true food allergy. That's great news instead of anxiously avoiding all contact with certain foods, you can take steps to avoid a reaction, for example, oral allergies. Drome can often be avoided by cooking the offending fruit. Or vegetable instead of eating it, raw and people with lactose intolerance rather than a true milk allergy can enjoy lactose free dairy products without giving up the pure joy of an ice cream cone on a hot summer day. So if you've experienced unpleasant reactions to certain foods don't suffer in silence, talk to your doctor or make an appointment with an allergist to get tested knowledge after all his power. This episode was written by Dave ruse and produced by Tyler clan for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other powerful, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Today's episode is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you can cash in what's in your wallet.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Of this because of the plane because the play and part of the intensity of the plague was we've talked about this before on the show was this bizarre. Fixation that European Christians had with cats, and that they killed cats in huge numbers cats were considered evil animals, and it would one of their only national natural defenses against the spread of pestilence was cats, and so I still think they're evil, but they are helpful in keeping the play catch Herat from time today will Mark has cats. Just I'm a cat. I'm a cat person. You're outnumbered on this show. Doug, and I are both. That's true. Crazy cat, ladies very much. Are we have the crazy cat lady? Jean? That one got through. Conclude? What's I just curious? What's one of your favorite kind of stories from the world of the world of Lucien and kind of how you work in the evolutionary anthropology? Science which is a very specific one. What's what's a story? That's really terrific. You mean like something happened like pre historically? Yeah. Whatever just something that's a great illustration of of evolution for our our fans out there. Well, there are there are many of them. So I mean, maybe one of the most famous is is lactase persistence, which the milk thing, that's a milk thing. So, you know, everyone's familiar with lactose intolerance. Right. We have this tendency to think of lactose intolerance as almost a disorder, and the really that's mostly a European bias. Lactose intolerance is the default human state, most people are lactose intolerant. Lactose tolerance shows up as a mutation. You know, ten thousand years ago as a response to daring, right? So when food resources are scarce in your living in a field with animals, and you've got nothing to eat, and you see that little baby cow eating something. Well, people at Eaton dairy before that they made something called Koumas, which is only worth mentioning because it's disgusting. Take mayors Melk, and they would like put it in a gourd spit in it and shake it up, and it would ferment the out of it booze. It was mildly alcohol. Ick Melk temperature milk. It's disgusting lack if they wanted more protein, sometimes they would add blood to it. It was a white Russian. But but rahmael has many more calories in it. So if you are facing starvation if you can drink. Fresh milk and survive and not have the debilitating gas diarrheal the kind of that wonderful stuff, it's hugely beneficial. So we see this mutation which is quite literally a break in a, gene. So most mammals drink milk when they're young and then can't drink at later that mechanism broke in some human populations and then swept to the population like wildfire. So we see most Europeans who are descended from daring populations back in the past are lactose tolerant now. And suckers. See we're better. What you do? Is you kick that little baby cow out of the way? And you get yours. I go get yours. I don't think better the right word because some people who are lactose intolerant. Don't get symptoms. So what does this mean? This means these people can eat ice cream. Get way fewer calories out of it and not have the symptoms. I mean, that's that's some bullshit fancy fairly jealous of it. That's an excellent mutation. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then I got my friend who she if she eats. A little tiny bit of of any dairy just is miserable for a day and a half. Yeah. Yeah. Well, she should have descended from the right people. It really it's a matter of of badly descending. It's not European specific we see shop in parts of west Africa and the Middle East, but you know, obviously concepts of diet, especially in this country have been dominated by studies on Europeans people of European descent. And so you'll get the food pyramid. And there's dairy Sitton is one of these big categories you fit eat. Whereas there's a lot of people who that's not not not a good thing at all not a comfortable life. Yeah. Comfortable. Yeah. Right. And then there's of course, the Jordan be Peterson, gene. Which is just eat all beef. Yeah. Yeah. And feel terrible. Yeah. That's that's also all of Argentina clearly done wonders for him. So anyway, that's the pollution of Jordan Peterson people. So. That's and that's what we were really aiming at segment to get there. Finally, we finally made it. So with that finally achieved professor professor professor Nathan. Thank you so much for coming on..

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Davis, our producer. You actually want to target yesterday to get diapers. Right. And there was no milk. No. So I'm not making this stuff up. No, it's ridiculous. Like, I don't know if it's poor planning by part. But I always seem to have to go to the grocery store or the store when there's a storm coming. Yeah. Well, maybe poor planning. But you're busy person. I mean, I am and I have two kids that goes through like fifty diapers a day because you know, some people may be changed the more often than they need to but excuse him for being clean. Well, that's like winning the lottery to and your kids. Get outta diapers. Well, mabelle, you know, she's like, oh, I wanna go sit on the potty. So now, it's like we need a new diaper now, of course is area. So I had to go and there's nothing on the shell. Because I thought it was I thought maybe we had grown out of that bread milk. Dion even people who are lactose intolerance running to get milk for some reason. I saw I said they did a study on this. And they think part of it was and I can't really pin it on this because it was so long ago, but there were a huge storms including late. Seventies. Where people didn't have bread milk. And they think that that initial panic has been passed down generation to generation and people, you know, four four inch snowstorm unless you're elderly or you depend on other people for transportation or something you're not going to be. You're not going to be in your house for a week. You know, I I I'm gonna go along with that study because I am and I'm going to add this perspective too. Because I think that for most of us we can all come up with a horror story about a blizzard. We lived through now for me, you know, growing up in Ohio. It was the blizzard of seventy eight that was mine too. Which was horrible. Yeah. I mean, there's you know, there's no doubt about it. I was in Boston going to college. My grandmother had died. My cousin also lived in Boston. And we couldn't get back to the funeral. Because literally, I mean the streets were closed. There was no public transit for days. Now that was one where you'd better have enough food because you basically the city was paralyzed for like five days what we all have that. They have that in our memory. Okay. So when we hear especially the first one of the season when we hear the snow is coming, you know, it's the bread and milk. That's also true early in the season. We're a lot more skittish than we are in mid January one of the thing. I know that you know for those who are inclined to break the law. They can maybe just sit home today. It's don't and they won't be prosecuted by the Albany county. DA you covered that news conference. I was there yesterday David Soares, the Albany county district attorney the said yesterday that he essentially is not going to prosecute low level marijuana cases that doesn't mean you can get high and drive a car or smoke pot in front of a kid or or fire up a joint. You know in Albany on the street. But that said he says that he's not going to prosecute daddy said last year. And I know, you know, this because you were at the news conference last year alone, they had over a thousand like low level, very small cases. And he says by not going after these people and scrubbing cases that are pending that they can go after more important stuff form of heroin in the form of federal. This. I felt would be appropriate thing to refocus our efforts our energy and our resources to deal with greater threat to us. Law and order guy. I can't disagree with them. I I can't either. You know, he basically that. The question was asking was was this a a waste of time was this waste of resources to go after some of these low level cases. And I think what he's basically saying is more and more. It has become evident that yes, it was kind of a waste of resources, especially especially when it's going to be legal in Massachusetts legal in Vermont. And you know, it's going to be legal New York within three years. Yeah. I'm going to say, and especially as the opioid crisis continues to go, and we're hearing people dying of overdoses on Fenton, ill and heroin. It's a real problem. And and source says this is where we have to guarantee that custody at resource a lot of law enforcement people who are not going to be happy about this. However, the Albany county sheriff Craig apple says, he is in favor this with a gross waste of time and money, you know, the reality is a small amount of marijuana that usually tends to give somebody a criminal record. If they don't get it ACO deed, which screws up college, which crews college loans and makes it difficult to. To to get a job. And then the cycle begins, and then we end up with them in the county jail. So there's at least one, and I know I've talked to other law enforcement, they're not they're not thrilled with the idea of legalized pot. But there is there is a caveat with respect to what sources saying and that is it is still illegal in New York state to possess smoke or sell marijuana. Yeah. And so he can always decide to prosecute whenever he can prosecute. Whenever you watch Trump. So so there was that also just I want to end on an up note real do you remember bad kid? All this was this kid who Michael mile Scott little boy with cancer bad kid. Make a wish gave Mela leukemia. And when he was five years old, he basically took over the city of San Francisco, and he wanted to he wanted to wanted to be bat day, and they had the whole thing the San Francisco Chronicle the newspaper. Ran a headline in one special dish in the paper bad kids, safe cities saves the city more than two hundred twenty thousand volunteers turned out. They turn San Francisco into Gotham city for this little kid cool long story short five years in remission now declared officially cancer free. That's wonderful ten years old. I love it fantastic. He's playing in little league. He is selling. I don't at the county fair fifth grade love science and robotics so bad kid doing. Well, that's a great way to end the segment, it's Chuck and Kelly at five forty four..

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on One Two Review

"A quest Yoni here you get to twenty points. Don't you folks? It's time for. Defenses. All right folks. We're going to do a quick little snack review here to go or Abbas a couple of points to get us out of here. James turned us onto Windies new Putin push. Wendy's is now offering Patine in LA and New York. So James details, but Putin is and then we'll tell everyone what we thought of it. Yeah, sure. If there was ever a Canadian cuisine, this is it. It was originated in Quebec, and it is fries with gravy and cheese. Kurtz. Yeah. So now Wendy's, the fast food chain is offering it for a limited time. So we all went out to our respective Wendy's and grabbed a little bit of this and try to out a, what did you guys think of Wendy's who teen. You know, I am lactose intolerance. This is tough. I what I did, though I got the bacon eater Putin minus the cheese Kurds. So it was pretty much like bacon on fries not going to not offensive. I know have it my way of that was going to say that. But also if you really forced your way through a bunch of cheese Kurtz when you're lactose intolerant, I mean that I meet fair fair enough to pass on the cheese. Kurtz that's heavy lifting. You know, it's a heavy dish. I'm dedicated to reviews. I felt like I had to do something, but. Uh-huh. I appreciate that. You know America is trying out things from my country. So I'd say kudos to you, Wendy's for trying to new thing. I don't think they hit the Mark. I think that they just use regular cheese. Cheese. Kurds are you know before cheeses pressed, you have these little Kurds is little nuggets of cheese, and if you get them and they're not hot, they actually squeak when you chew them and and when they're poured with gravy poor gravy overtop they, they're Julie. And this was just a a load of cheese on Wendy's. So thank you for bringing it down. You gotta get the cheese Kurtz. Yeah, I got extra Kurt online. I love curd. It was delicious. You like American American card American Kurd. Just cheese, cheese, cheese shavings, just tease. Yeah. Well, let's give this a review since this is a snack review. We gotta make it short y'all. I'm gonna give Wendy's patina big too. One point for me, I, I'll give it a one as well. That's four points for Witty's bootees as nag review. Rans. That's been another one to review on James Ganguli just like to thank Brandon and Alex so much for having the, it's been a real blast and last, but not least we really want to thank our patriots donors. So thank you ramp

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You see here we go it's something happened with cheese deciding thing professional musician don't do much play but i did some years ago i was working one particular club led to play the dining room i i play the piano in the dining room for health oh play the hammond organ one particular night i went into the lounge jeez somebody who's been really sick and looked around i didn't share everybody shook or anything i told you the waivers what happened here might be smelling the cheese fondue that these people are having over on the table and we unbelievably disgusting i think something must have happened when you're a kid either that a year you have a genetic you know problem with something gene off that makes you hate cheese well folks intolerant any dairy stuff i don't know they do like ice cream but i can't eat ice cream but with like it sometimes i get the twin so you're lactose intolerance i think is not related to your dislike of it because a lot of people are lactose intolerant that like cheese i think the parents did you know through cheese at you or something when you're a kid well i don't remember any such incident i seem to recall it just seems a small little encounter this really awful smelling stuff and some of it looks pretty you look at a teacher there that's all in terms of strange saying from a teacher looks like strings are good those what we want those strengths you want many more strings well as far as food is concerned i don't want any strings attached so you're part of the problem no wonder we have such a cheese surplus there'd be more i tell you what though i used to work for usual station alone wondering your thoughts shirtless might be able to be multiple perhaps burned in oil poorly she goes some roussin that's a good plan not.

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Raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

Raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk

"And a richer supply of vitamins and minerals which is otherwise killed off during the heating process of pasteurization but very little scientific research has been done to confirm or dispute these claims and although there are plenty of raw milk advocates who are positive that their allergies disappeared their asthma improved and lactose intolerance disappeared once they switch to the raw cow's milk although raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk as the raw version is often more from cows only fed organic grass and not treated with antibodies or artificial harman's however keep in mind that without pasteurization raw melt is still rich an inflammatory and allergy potential casey him milk protein

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"When it's cold out don't if you think about the summer fruits that are available there's mostly melons and berries that are filled with water so i think about that as nature's way of you know making sure we have extra fluids and hatred of the summertime so i think you know holidays there's everything from i believe this time of year you've got a lot of communion and mother's day father's day fourth of july memorial day then you get labor day and you know people like them out this socialize outdoors in the summertime so it seems like there's lots and lots of holidays in different reasons to you know eat what are some of the worst things people eat that they shouldn't be maybe i wouldn't i was talking about ice cream that ice cream in and of itself is so bad but you know for some people they have lactose intolerance so they can usually tolerate hard cheeses and they can tolerate yogurt because it's got the enzymes to help break down the lactose milk sugar in there but you know for some people dairy products in the summers gives them a hard time so they either avoid anything with dairy and or you can take something like lack pays which is activate rather which is a you know a pill form of lactase enzyme which you know for some people people's a lifesaver i know for me personally like if i couldn't eat cheese i'd be really bummed out chiefs freak i say i'm a dairy diva you know like i really enjoy my dairy foods so you know but the other option too in the summertime forget about you know just face cream i think what's nice this time of year is to use things like the fruits that we were talking about before whether it being water or frozen fruit i like to take areas and i freeze them and you can meet her for them in cocktails you can throw them in water you know in as a supplement to ice cubes or you can eat them i mean i i love.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"When it's cold out on if you think about the summer fruits that are available there's mostly melons and berries that are filled with water so think about that as nature's way of you know making sure we have extra fluids and hatred over the summertime so i think you know got holidays there's everything from i believe this time of year you've got a lot of communion and mother's day father's day fourth of july memorial day then you get labor day and you know people like to have this socialize outdoors in the summertime so it seems like there's lots and lots of holidays and different reasons to eat what are some of the worst things that they shouldn't be maybe i wouldn't i was talking about ice cream that ice cream ended up itself is so bad but you know for some people they have lactose intolerance so they can usually tolerate hard cheeses and they can tolerate yogurt because it's got the enzymes to help break down lactose milk sugar in there but you know for some people dairy products in the summers gives them a hard time so they either avoid anything with dairy and that or you can take something like lactase which is lactate rather which is a you know a pill form of lactase enzyme which you know for some people's a lifesaver i know for me personally like if i couldn't eat cheese i'd be really bummed out free i say i'm a dairy diva you know like i really enjoy my dairy foods so you know but the other option too in the summertime forget about you know just ice cream i think what's nicest time of year is to use things like the fruits that we were talking about before whether being water or frozen fruit i like to take areas and i freeze them and you can eat her throw them in cocktails you can throw them in water you know in in as a supplement ice cubes or you can eat them i mean i i love.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Yeah so basically it is avoiding ole foods containing gluten it's not something that is at the moment you cannot change it it's gluten free for life gluten intolerance correct no no it is a it's an actual allergy no it's not an alibi it is i i'm thinking to clinical condition yeah he just cannot eat these disease clearances yeah so that's real fun to know i had it for so you didn't know you had it were there any adverse like whether adverse effects that who you were wondering about or did you sort of test like how'd you discover the interesting because a lot of the work i do is a dietitian was with gastroenterology a lot of gi disorders and in food intolerances but more commonly ought to be working with things like crohn's ibs irritable bowel syndrome and a lot of the trigger foods or things that people have these intolerances to i just assumed that that's what i had i was getting some symptoms but i'll say to get real annoying and they are typically like distended guts a pain like lots of discomfort when you eat and i went and had a few those tests is a hydrogen breath tests that you can have which helps you indicate whether you have lactose intolerance basically like the equivalent of drinking a liter of milk for the lack of intolerance test and oh yeah it's not pleasant but i i was horrible it's like when you drink a milkshake collect your farts this how tolerant we're really are.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"So our product is lactose intolerance but it's also saturated fat free and cholesterolfree so the lactose intolerance calls your wife some problems but the cholesterol and the fat were causing problems that didn't manifest themselves right away that's why i had a heart attack twenty years later that's a different story talking about your probably got it right here it's called the invention though veggie milk i got the un's sweden version i'll tell you i fed heard some of this i'd i'll i'll tell you about that in a second but why don't you describe what this is and why they're health benefits of absolutely this is as the world's first alternate dairy product and we say alternate dairy product we classify that category as it's not just sits on milk soya milk race melcan this category is growing at double digits every quarter so we took a look at this and at the same time we saw this little company in vancouver there was an incubator for my background was the dairy business i had been in the dairy business for many years iran the biggest theory in canada but i saw this category that was growing right so we took a look at this product of what they had and they were little off tracks we went out raise the money invested some money ended a bunch of research with the vegetarians and millennials out of that came this product jemil so that gmo to me we all know that namely on that trademark you can see that it's spelt differently that's hours this is the world's first alternate dairy product competes in that category that's all made from vegetables fruit vegetables so the primary vegetable in this his p protein mp protein islip the next one and that's where we get our protein from the next one that we.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I cannot get the flu short because its egg in it and they don't know what's going to happen once we get flu shot so they question would be is what can i do to prevent the full i don't have it i haven't had symptoms of it but i just want to go take a bus i get on the train i going to work in the building and i mean all kinds of people and everyone's klopping this these whatever so what can you do well let me start with uh the lactose intolerance question um lag there is no lactose in the flu vaccine uh and there's no reason that someone with lactose intolerant we need to avoid the flu vaccine flu vaccine is very safe now the flu vaccine some of the flu vaccines contain trace amounts of egg egged protein because flu vaccine is often made in eggs but that's not dairy and even people who have egg allergies we now say can safely get the flu vaccine that's something that they should talk to their doctor about talk to their healthcare provider about but the because there are actually some types of the flu vaccine that don't contain any egg protein um so we now know that people even with egg allergies can be safely vaccinated against the flu and you certainly can so that's the uh i i would talk to your doctor about that and uh what should he say to the diet to gazelles we like the doctor is has is miss does not understand as well as you do with all due respect to respected jerry's dr how did he how could he do this i would have a conversation with your doctor and say look doc i i have i know that i'm lactose intolerant i hear that there is no lactose in the flu vaccine can i get that flu vaccine and and i.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Raise all sorts of ethical questions as well now some people say that humans are still evolving internally with our body chemistry we learned for example to drink milk milk has lactose sugar a complex sugar that not everyone can digest for example have a hard time a digesting lactose so lactose intolerance is an indication of the fact that yet not every human has of all the ability to digest milk what are your thoughts are we of all the inside are not yeah yeah i i think i think we are i just think that that evolution is going to be all almost raced orum will become almost unimportant because by being able to rewrite dna or or to use nanotechnologies in the future and this month that far in the future then for example lactose intolerance will become a non and issue the reason why there is evidence i mean there's evidence there's proof that you know we we develop the ability to drink milk because we started to keep cows around and and we we weren't the only drinking you know mother's milk so i absolutely think we're changing it's just that the biology changes so much more slowly than culture changes and technologies change so i think where the real evolution is going to take places on those fronts but chep unfortunately we have run out of time for this segment of science fantastic so thank you so much for being on science fantastic it was my pleasure thank very much once again a special guest has been chip walter former cnn bureau chief founder of all things human dot net and the both is called last eight standing the seven million years story of how and why we survive and once again this is science fantastic with professor michio kaku you can always give us a call 247 at eight six six three two three two five three eight and you can.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Another Round

Another Round

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Another Round

"Some tomato a little bit obeys all keep it very simple people like that because you don't want to salad yep yeah but not like with anything premium it because i see that's where my brain goes when you say pasta because my default is alfredo i thinking what is it like nineteen eighty nine in my heart yes home actually i'm lactose intolerance name i just don't care lectures are scandalised snatched a so good analogy into the butler cheese numbers honestly like ads hint to air as that of safety because i'm a decent cook you know obviously i know had not starve uh but i am not necessarily gonna like make like oh here some some of what the foot like metronews easily saves out when i'm not doing anything to fancy unless i'm the only one is going to be eden attempt at a fancy meal sad is is a typical with like a nice big fruit salad ain't nobody manner fruit i'm not mad at wholesale fruit organizer already portman for our though nothing crazy um blackberries full strawberry ladder fiber young girl isn't you'll love the mango smith graves sprinkling there may be okay what's not going to be in there is raspberries because they're hairy not on give at his down at is another play uh oh pineapple definitely in his alec luhn um ainhoa way in the middle of the day would you do you could use fruit salad does poor bourbon on everything almihdar lettuce soak by the end of the night.

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"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lactose intolerance" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Became inactive so when i told you i think i might be lactose intolerance were you skeptical i was sceptical because a lot of people selfdiagnose as his entire what i'm doing and they're not actually the um so selfdiagnosis is a very bad way to go just like we've done in a sample shed on a gluten intolerant yes and a lot of people love to selfdiagnosis guten intolerant and that's pretty much bolshaya i thrown really so my my philosophy is or you're right i pray almost by the way you've changed my behavior in many ways no fake sugar no stretching before run did strain a quad the other day we'll talk about that i am willing to concede that maybe i'm not really lactose intolerant you might be i might be why not just try some other thing a lot of people who are lactose intolerant am it's not that you can't drink milk for instance you normally they can take a little bit of ice cream some yet easily sunglass glazov now she's never forget about how cheese doesn't actually have you know that much narrow so you're actually pretty good so so it's very it's interesting you might be might come and it's not it's not like with us healy acts will you can't have gluten yeah and i just want a different i just wanted to try the coq it out and try the hempseed too so when i fell my next drug test of the blame it yeah exactly tear failed drug tests from hempseed not hempseed hemp vote ham milk i don't know this this there has not been a scientific study on this if there was you'd have come across salute lay out that would have been i and my research but so what what we've established right now is that in the us um you know in northern europe.

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