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Scitec Nutrition Lactase Enzyme

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Directions

Take 1 capsule with each lactose containing meal including whey, casein/caseinate, milk protein drinks. (1 capsule is generally enough for the digestion of 20-26 grams of lactose. About 400 ml whole milk contains this quantity of lactose.)

Allergen info

Manufactured in a facility that processes milk, egg, gluten, soy, peanuts, nuts, sh and crustacean ingredients.

Warnings

Use this product in conjunction with food as part of a healthy, balanced diet, not as a substitute for such. Keep out of reach of children. DON’T EXCEED THE RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSAGE! Tolerance to lactose is variable and individuals with lactose intolerance should seek advice as to the role of this substance in their diet.

Sizes

100 capsules – 100 servings

4 in stock

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Product Description

Lactase (ß-Galactosidase) is a digestive enzyme that breaks down the lactose of milk and dairy products into harmless simple sugars, glucose and galactose. People lacking this enzyme are unable to utilize lactose fully and that may lead to unpleasant symptoms. Lactase enzyme improves lactose digestion in individuals, who have difficulty digesting lactose.* LACTASE is an ideal supplement for those, who wish to enjoy the benets of whey, casein, caseinate or milk proteins, but suffer from lactose intolerance. Generally 2500 FCC units are required for the digestion of 10-13 grams of lactose (typically whey protein concentrates contain 5-6% lactose). For very sensitive lactose intolerant consumers, who need a 100% conversion, 10 000 FCC units per meal are recommended. 2 of our capsules provide this quantity of enzyme!

*This statement has been scientically proven by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and authorized by the European Commission (EC).

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