Enzymedica Lacto 30caps

Enzymedica Lacto 30caps
Lacto contains a high potency lactase with 8 additional enzymes for individuals who have difficulty digesting foods that contain lactose (a dairy sugar). Lacto also contains enzymes for dairy protein and fat digestion. Vegetarian & Vegan.
Lacto is formulated for those who have difficulty digesting foods that contain dairy. Prevents gas and bloating, complete digestive support for cheese and milk digestion.

Most likely you are having trouble digesting the milk sugar called lactose. Between 30 and 50 million Americans are lactose intolerant.1 Lactose intolerance is a condition caused by an insufficient amount of lactase. Lactase is the enzyme in the small intestine that digests lactose (a dairy sugar).

Normally, lactase breaks lactose down into galactose and glucose that can be easily absorbed into the bloodstream. When there is not enough lactase to digest the amount of lactose consumed, water is retained in the bowel, which results in bloating and diarrhea. Lactose that passes into the large intestine is fermented by bacteria. This produces carbon dioxide, hydrogen and methane, which may lead to bloating, cramping and gas.

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Enzymedica Lacto 30caps
Lacto contains a high potency lactase with 8 additional enzymes for individuals who have difficulty digesting foods that contain lactose (a dairy sugar). Lacto also contains enzymes for dairy protein and fat digestion. Vegetarian & Vegan.
Lacto is formulated for those who have difficulty digesting foods that contain dairy. Prevents gas and bloating, complete digestive support for cheese and milk digestion.

Most likely you are having trouble digesting the milk sugar called lactose. Between 30 and 50 million Americans are lactose intolerant.1 Lactose intolerance is a condition caused by an insufficient amount of lactase. Lactase is the enzyme in the small intestine that digests lactose (a dairy sugar).

Normally, lactase breaks lactose down into galactose and glucose that can be easily absorbed into the bloodstream. When there is not enough lactase to digest the amount of lactose consumed, water is retained in the bowel, which results in bloating and diarrhea. Lactose that passes into the large intestine is fermented by bacteria. This produces carbon dioxide, hydrogen and methane, which may lead to bloating, cramping and gas.