terça-feira, 24 de julho de 2012


Intolerância ao leite de vaca:
Acontece quando paramos de produzir ou produzimos em menor quantidade a enzima Lactase, que é responsável pela digestão do açúcar presente no leite, a Lactose. Nestes casos, quando o leite de vaca é ingerido, são apresentados sintomas como, cólicas intestinais, diarréia, distensão abdominal, enjôo, vômitos, entre outros.

Alergia ao leite de vaca:
Ocorre quando nosso organismo não consegue digerir a proteína do leite, como a Betalactoglobulina, caseína, entre outras. Essa proteína, mal digerida, permanece intacta no intestino e agride sua mucosa, aumentando a permeabilidade da parede intestinal. Desta forma, a proteína intacta, consegue passar para a corrente sanguínea e será reconhecida como um corpo estranho, ativando o sistema imunológico, gerando um quadro alérgico e inflamatório. Os sintomas apresentados são, desde de intestinais como: distensão abdominal, flatulência, diarréia ou constipação, como sintomas de inflamações: rinites, sinusites, otites, amidalites, artrite, dermatites, entre outros.
Que alimentos podemos ou não consumir?
Devemos ficar atentos aos alimentos que contém leite e queijos de forma oculta. Por isso é muito importante ler nos rótulos dos alimentos, os ingredientes contidos nele. É importante também ficar atento à preparações onde há o leite oculto, como: purês, cremes, quiche, bolos, sobremesas e sorvetes.
Por outro lado, podemos consumir alguns alimentos que contém apenas a gordura do leite, contendo assim, baixa quantidade de lactose e proteínas. São estes: manteiga, creme de leite e mussarela de buffala.

Dra. Marília Cremonezi
CRN3 32.212

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