Reading and the Adult English Language Learner. ERIC Digest. - Adult digests
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Got milk? If you do, take a moment to ponder the true oddness of being able to drink milk after you're a baby. No other species but humans can. And most. Normally, the coagulation of milk in the stomach of a young mammal is done by an enzyme secreted by glands in the stomach and known as rennin. Can adult humans digest milk protein? In infants, though, there is a separate enzyme to digest milk protein called rennin.