Lactulose, also known as lactulose or isomerized lactose, is produced by isomerization of lactose. It is a disaccharide in which galactose and fructose are combined with a β-1.4 glycosidic bond.
Not absorbed, not digested
Promote the proliferation of bifidobacteria
Improve intestinal flora
Changes of Intestinal Microflora by Intake 4g Lactulose
Bifidobacterium Bacteroides Eubacterium Others
Stool water content, defecation frequency
Improve the intestinal environment
Fecal characteristics and microbiome
Changes in Stool Characteristics and pH of Infants As Study Subjects
Three formula powder and breast milk
Infants in the formula group containing isomerized lactose had higher rates of bifidobacteria and lower pH in their stools.
Fecal Characteristics and Gut Microbiota
Combinatorial effects of oligosaccharides
JOURNAL OF JAPANESE SOCIETY OF CLINICAL NUTRITION 21(3,4):27-32 (2000)
The molecular formula of lactulose is as follows:
Formation of lactulose:
1. At present, lactulose has been used in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, South Korea, Vietnam, Japan and other countries in the fields of medicine, infant formula powder, dietary supplements, lactic acid bacteria beverages, yogurt and other fields.
2. Disaccharide structure, small molecular weight, low dosage
3. Easy to detect
4. High product stability
5. Thermal stability of lactulose
The solution concentration is 10%
Heat treatment: 130 degrees for 10 minutes.
6. Stability of lactulose in artificial gastric acid.
7. The only oligosaccharide that can be used across borders in food and medicine
Promotes absorption of minerals calcium and magnesium
Reduce body fat
Isomerized lactose improves blood glucose values on oral glucose tests in patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (type II)
Product containing dietary fiber and isomerized lactose reduces blood sugar and insulin levels in obese patients
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