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61.A person diagnosed with milk allergy would be sensitive to which of these components of milk?
62.For most of the world’s population, what is the effect of aging on the activity of lactase?
a.Activity declines by 30–40 percent.
b.Activity declines by 90–95 percent.
c.Activity increases by 30–40 percent.
d.Activity increases by 90–95 percent.
63.Why can most people with lactose intolerance consume yogurt but not the same volume of milk?
a.Bacteria in yogurt digest lactose.
b.Yogurt is always made with soy and does not contain lactose.
c.Yogurt is treated with an enzyme that breaks down lactose.
d.The lactose content of yogurt is about one-half that of milk.
64.Which of these is the chief reason that many people with lactose intolerance can consume foods containing some lactose without suffering any symptoms?
a.A change occurs in the GI bacteria.
b.Intestinal lactase enzyme can re-appear in adequate amounts.
c.The lactose-containing foods must be eaten only as part of a full meal.
d.The lactose-containing foods must first be heated to 100°C to degrade lactose.
65.Which of the following is a fermented milk product in which lactose has been broken down by bacteria?
66.Among the following foods, which contains the lowest amount of lactose per serving?
67.Why are hard cheeses lower in lactose than soft cheeses?
a.The lactose molecules bond to casein.
b.More lactose is removed during manufacturing.
c.The bacterial culture is selected to degrade more of the lactose.
d.The lactose molecules condense to form a poorly digested oligosaccharide.
68.Which of the following foods provides the least amount of lactose per serving?
69.Among the following population groups, which shows the highest prevalence of lactose intolerance?
70.Which of the following are all symptoms of lactose intolerance?
a.bloating, cramping and constipation
b.bloating, bloody stools and constipation
c.bloating, cramping and diarrhea
d.bloating, bloody stools and diarrhea.