Seeking Health Lactase Drops, 0.5 oz/15mL

Seeking Health Lactase Drops, 0.5 oz/15mL Seeking Health Lactase Drops Lactose intolerance occurs when there is a defficiency of the lactase enzyme, normally produced by the cells lining the small intestine. Lactase breaks down lactose into simpler forms of sugar, which are absorbed into the blood stream. Those with lactose intolerance are unable to sufficiently digest lactose, resulting in uncomfortable symptoms after consuming milk products. Symptoms of lactose intolerance usually occur between 30 minutes and 2 hours after the consumption of milk or milk products, and can range from mild to sever. Symptoms of Lactose Intolerance include: • Abdominal Pain • Abdominal Bloating • Gas • Diarrhea • Nausea Lactose Intolerance can develop over time, beginning around age 2 when the body naturally begins to produce less lactase. Research shows a possible genetic link to this sort of intolerance. Lactose Intolerance can also develop as a side effect of illness such as celiac disease, Crohn's disease, or chemotherapy. Lactose intolerance in children under the age of 2 may be attributed to illness more so than genetic predisposition. Commercial milk products are sold with the lactase enzyme added for easier digestion, but are often much more expensive than their non-enzymated counterparts. One bottle of Lactase Drops allows you to make your own lactose-free dairy products at home; makes up to 10 gallons of lactose-free milk! To use Lactase Drops to make your own lactose-free dairy products, simply drop the liquid directly into your milk carton, or any liquid lactose-containing product, and shake to combine. A typical dose is 5 drops per pint. Lactase Drops can also be placed into water or juice, directly on the food, or dropped onto the tongue just prior to, during, or immediately after eating lactose containing products to assist digestibility. Enjoy milk, cream, ice cream, cottage cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, butter, whipped cream, sour cream, or powdered milk again. Many processed foods contain milk and milk products; often added as a preservative or to increase the flavor of foods that you typically would not think contain milk. Foods that often contain milk or milk products: • Bread and baked goods • Waffles, pancakes, doughnuts, toaster pastries, and other breakfast rolls • Processes breakfast cereals • Instant soups, instant potatoes, instant breakfast drinks • Potato chips or corn chips • Processed meats such as bacon, sausage, lunch meats or hot dogs • Salad dressings • Protein powders and protein bars • Candies • Liquid coffee creamers • French fries from fast food restaurants Lactose can even be found in prescription medications, birth control pills, and over the counter medications to treat stomach acid or gas. The very medications you take to treat your lactose intolerance can lead to more lactose intolerance! Seeking Health Lactase Drop

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