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Intestinal nitrogen and electrolyte movements following fermented milk ingestion in man

  • Sylvain Mahé (a1), Philippe Marteau (a2), Jean-François Huneau (a1), François Thuillier (a2) and Daniel Tomé (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1079/BJN19940124
  • Published online: 01 March 2007
Abstract

The present study focuses on the digestion and absorption of milk and fermented milk (FM) reflected by gastro-ileal N and electrolyte movements in six healthy volunteers. The N and electrolyte content of the intestinal effluents were analysed both at the beginning of the jejunum and in the distal ileum. The gastric half-emptying time of the liquid phase was significantly (P < 0·05) shorter for milk (35 (SE 2) min) than for FM (60 (SE 2) min). The N balance showed that 58 and 50 % of ingested proteins, milk and FM respectively were absorbed between the stomach and the proximal jejunum and that 91 and 90% respectively were absorbed between the stomach and the terminal ileum in 240 min. Evaluation of mineral absorption indicated that 44 and 67% of Ca was absorbed in the duodenum after milk and FM ingestion respectively, and 41 and 11% of Ca disappeared between the jejunum and the ileum respectively. With regards to N and Ca intestinal availability, the present study confirms that FM products represent an interesting source of N as well as minerals for man. This confers on FM a beneficial effect compared with milk especially for lactase (EC 3.2.1. 108)–deficient subjects and children with persistent diarrhoea.

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