Lacteeze Lactase Enzyme

Lactose intolerance occurs when the body does not have enough lactase digestive enzymes to break down the lactose in dairy during digestion.
Lacteeze tackles this problem in 2 ways, either by increasing the levels of lactase enzymes in the digestive system, OR by reducing the levels of lactose in milk and other liquid dairy products before you consume them.
Increasing your body’s levels of lactase enzymes.
Lacteeze tablets and caplets contain a form of lactase enzymes (Tilactase) which can be taken orally. Taking Lacteeze immediately before consuming dairy temporarily increases the levels of lactase enzymes in the small intestine. Dairy can then be digested normally, eliminating the symptoms of lactose intolerance.
The Lacteeze remains in the small intestine for about an hour in adults and approximately 45 minutes in children. If you want to continue to eat dairy after this time we recommended you take another dose of Lacteeze to “top up” your enzyme levels.

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