Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest lactose, a natural sugar found in milk and dairy products.
If you are lactose intolerant, you will experience symptoms such as bloating, stomach cramps, diarrhoea, excess gas or nausea 20 minutes to one hour after consuming dairy.
Most people will require 2 tablets before consuming dairy. However for people who are mildly lactose intolerant, 1 table should be sufficient. Everybody has a different level of lactose intolerance, so it is a matter of trial and error to find the right dose for you.
It is best to take Lacto-Free® just before consuming dairy, ideally 5 minutes beforehand.
The convenient dispenser is designed so that only one tablet comes out at a time. If one does not come out upon first attempt, simply shake the dispenser and try again.
Yes, you can still take Lacto-Free® after you have consumed dairy. It will still help break down the lactose in the dairy you have consumed.
No, Lacto-Free® can be stored at room temperature below 25 degrees.
Lacto-Free® is gluten and wheat free.
No Lacto-Free® does not contain fructose
Lacto-Free® does not contain any artificial colours, flavours or sugars.
Lacto-Free® does not contain any artificial sweeteners.
Lacto-Free® does not contain any animal products. Lacto-Free® is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Lacto-Free® is suitable for children from 12 years of age.
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