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But similar to how sprinters can only maintain their zip for short distances, fish can only rely on this process for a short time due to the buildup of lactic acid, which is dangerous in high concentrations.
A secondary zeroing in occurs in the form of lactic acid, which is the by-product of muscle firing, or exercising.
The bacteria begin chomping down on lactose, converting it to lactic acid.
Common active ingredients in pro-grade peels include glycolic, mandelic, salicylic, and lactic acids, along with trichloroacetic acid.
Moisturize your feet at least twice a day (look for products that contain lactic acid or uric acid to keep callouses at bay), and pop on a pair of cotton socks.
Then, apply an ointment or cream that contains softening oils (like olive or jojoba), vitamin E, lactic acid, urea, hyaluronic acid, dimethicone, glycerin, lanolin, mineral oil, or petrolatum, advises the AAD.
The bacteria present on the surface of the cabbage leaves will ferment the vegetable’s natural sugars into lactic acid, creating sauerkraut.
The bacteria consume the lactose from the milk and excrete lactic acid and various flavor components.
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medical Definition of lactic
- lactic fermentation
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