What is Lactose Intolerance

Lactose Intolerance is a general description used for people who cannot easily digest lactose. That is because they do not have enough lactase, an enzyme in the digestive system that helps break down the lactose in food. Click here to buy Lacteeze online which has the missing enzyme to help you digest any lactose in dairy.
Primary Lactose Intolerance is the most common type of lactose intolerance seen among children and adults. It is a normal, age-related decrease in lactase enzyme activity. Primary lactose intolerance is hereditary, passed on by an autosomal recessive gene. Levels of intolerance vary for each individual.
Due to this hereditary relationship certain races and geographical areas are more likely to have lactose intolerance.
The following table shows how lactose intolerance affects Australians and others overseas.
Australia & New Zealand – Children
Asian in Australia 93
Australian Aboriginal 84
Greeks in Australia 56
NZ Maori 21
NZ Samoan 0-35
Australian Caucasian 3-Sep
NZ Caucasian 5
Australia & New Zealand – Adults
Asian in Australia 95
Australian Aboriginal 84
NZ Maori 64
NZ Samoan 54
Australian Caucasian Apr-17
NZ Caucasian 9
Other Countries
African Blacks 95
Indians 90
Asians 90
African Americans 75
Mexican Americans 75
Mediterraneans 60
North American Caucasianstext 15