milk sugar


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a sugar comprising one glucose molecule linked to a galactose molecule

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Collins, CO, will release a new offering in its four pack series of beer, Lugene Chocolate Milk Stout, a stout brewed with lactose (milk sugar) and milk chocolate.
Tolerase L is an acid lactase that converts lactose, a milk sugar naturally present in dairy products, into glucose and galactose.
Similarly, goat milk contains a lower proportion of lactose than cow milk -about 1 percent less- and, as it is easier to digest, individuals with intolerance to this milk sugar can tolerate goat milk.
The curd is formed by the chief protein in milk, casein, when enough lactic acid is developed from lactose (milk sugar) by the microorganisms present in the milk, or when it has been acted upon by rennin.
The processing caramelizes milk sugar and modifies larger milk proteins so they're resistant to curdling, making it valuable in cooking and a good substitute for cream.
One of the brands included in the agreement, Vermont White is triple distilled from milk sugar and Vermont spring water.
One of the brands included in the agreement, Vermont White, is inspired by traditional Tuvan milk vodka, and is triple distilled from milk sugar and Vermont spring water.
Most, but not all of the lactose (natural milk sugar) in yogurt is digested by beneficial bacteria, so the majority of lactose-intolerant people can eat yogurt unless they are very sensitive.
Normally, a chemical called lactase (LAK-tase) breaks down milk sugar in the small intestine.
Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest significant amounts of lactose because there's a shortage of an enzyme that breaks down milk sugar. This condition shouldn't have been described as an allergic reaction.--B.
You need the enzyme lactase to digest the milk sugar lactose.
Lactic acid--a colorless or slightly yellow, syrupy liquid--is naturally formed by the fermentation of lactose, or milk sugar. Its name comes from the Latin word "lac," which means milk.
One solution is to take a Lactaid tablet (containing the enzyme that makes milk sugar digestible) just before eating ice cream or drinking milk.
Babies with galactosemia (the inability to breakdown galactose -- milk sugar) shouldn't be breast-fed.