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Sucrose hydrolyzes α-1, 2 glycoside linkages between glucose and fructose molecules and thus splits sucrose. Another of the brush-border membrane enzymes is the β-glycosidase complex, which includes lactase and glucosyl-ceramidase (9). Glucosyl-ceramidase splits β-glycoside bonds between glucose or galaxies and hydrophobic residues such as those found in the glycolipids glucosylceramide and galatosylceramide. ProNatural Probiotics Lactase splits β-1, 4 bonds between glucose and galaxies in milk sugar (9). Lactase deficiency (adult hypolactasia) is common in adults of many ethnic groups and leads to adult lactase levels that may be as low as 10% of those found in infants (9). Lactase-deficient small intestinal epithelial cells allow dietary lactose to reach the colon, where bacteria ferment lactose into gas and organic acids. This lactose produces an osmotic gradient, increasing water in the lumen. Thus, the gut walls are distended by the excess fluid, which increases peristalsis, causing further malabsorption and the frequent consequences of bloating and flatulence along and diarrhea. Another brush-border membrane enzyme is trehalase, which hydrolyzes the glycoside bond in trehalose, a small disaccharide uncommon in the American diet (9).

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