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Steve Jancetic November 21, 2022
WHAT WAS CLAIMED

Is a factcheck really a factcheck just because it is published as a factcheck?

OUR VERDICT

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However, experts told AAP FactCheck there was either no lactase in raw milk or minute traces that would not aid digestion at all.

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Dr Evangeline Mantzioris, program director of the nutrition and food sciences degree at the University of South Australia, said the video’s suggestion that lactase is destroyed during the pasteurisation process is false.

“Milk doesn’t contain lactase, we make lactase,” she explained.

Lactose is the sugar that’s in milk, and normally, some people can’t break it down, and that’s because they lack the enzyme called lactase,” she said in an email.”If you can’t break down the lactose, it doesn’t get absorbed into your bloodstream and stays in your intestines.

Because the concentration of sugar is higher in your intestine, your body draws out fluid from the intestinal cells, and it goes into the gut, and people get diarrhoea.

“The lactase is produced in your small intestine. Some of us can’t make it. Those of us that can make it are able to break down the lactose.” 

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On Carlton's first day of pre-season, the club's dramatic failure to qualify for finals this year still lingers.

In Voss' first season at Ikon Park, the Blues sat inside the top eight for the entire campaign until the final day, when the Western Bulldogs snatched their spot.

Adding to Carlton's pain was its loss to arch rival Collingwood at the MCG in a dramatic one-point classic that day to have their finals dreams crushed.

Voss has had more than two months to stew on that round 23 loss to the Magpies.

The Verdict

True.

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