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Lacteeze drops are used to allow people who are lactose intolerant to enjoy milk and other dairy products without gastrointestinal upset. They reduce the gas, bloating and abdominal cramps that can be caused by the condition and for others who have lactose malabsorption. Lacteeze can also be added to infant formula and breast milk to reduce colic. Tilactase is a yeast derivate that hydrolyses the lactose in milk and this makes is easier for people with lactose intolerance or malabsorption to digest it as simple glucose and galactose milk sugars.
Cow's milk: Add 5 drops of Lacteeze drops to 1 liter of milk and refrigerate for a minimum of 24 hours.
Breast feeding: Add 4 drops of Lacteeze to 2 tablespoons of breast milk. Shake well and wait 5 minutes before giving to your baby.
Advanced preparation: Add 2 drops of Lacteeze to every 50ml of warm feed. Shake well and wait 5 minutes before refrigerating for a minimum of 4 hours before consumption. Completed mixture can be frozen or heated.
The active ingredient in Lacteeze Drops is Tilactase.
Some users may need to start with a higher than normal dose and / or need to start with a small serving of dairy.
Some users may find that Lacteeze drops do not reduce lactose intolerance or improve lactose malabsorption. This may indicate another type of gastrointestinal condition and it will best if you speak with your doctor again for lactose intolerance treatment options.
Some users will have increased lactic acid in the digestive system for a week or more after beginning to use Lacteeze drops. This will usually subside once regular use is established.