Food fructose intolerance is the old name for fructose malabsorption. This concept refers to the digestive disorder. Fructose transporters deficient in the tiny intestinal enterocytes decrease the absorption capacity of fructose. It carries the result of an excessive concentration of fructose throughout the digestive tract.
Therefore, hereditary fructose intoleranct Langwarrin , HFI is an unusual genetic disorder. The metabolism of fructose causes this genetic disease, due to the enzyme deficiency, aldolase B. Aldolase B converts fructose-1-phosphate to glucose, and this conversion process occurs partially. It is a simple sugar, found in fruits and honey, and the chemical formula is C6H12O6.
Fructose malabsorption affects about 30-40% of the Central European population. Half of sufferers suffer from irritable bowel syndrome in a comparable way. The partial part of patients with both poor fructose absorption and lactose intolerance suffers from celiac disease.
5. Due to muscle spasms, mild, chronic, acute and erratic stomach pains
6. Vomiting due to excessive consumption
7. The first signs of mental depression
However, clinical symptoms may be abdominal pain and hypoglycemia. The intake of fructose or other sugar-related ingredients is metabolised by fructose-1-phosphate. Prolonged ingestion of fructose causes liver failure, renal failure or death in infants. Patients can avoid the symptoms of having a fructose-free diet.
When hereditary fructose intolerant Langwarrin becomes severe, continuous liver disease can not be avoided, even if you deduce fructose and sucrose.
In these cases, the symptoms include further.
1. An infant on food or formula at the onset of symptoms
2. Bad feeding of the baby
4. Neonatal jaundice for a long time
6. Excessive sleepiness
7. Fruit intolerance
8. Avoid foods and fruits containing fructose and sucrose
9. Live better after ingestion without fructose or sucrose
The initial symptoms of fructose intolerance are galactosemia, irritability, jaundice, vomiting, seizures, and liver and spleen enlargement. Liver disease occurs afterwards.