lactase 2500 - dispenser 100 tablets

$34.99

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Description

Intoleran lactase contains lactase, an enzyme that breaks down lactose, the natural sugar in milk and other dairy foods.

Our lactase 2500 tablets contain 2500 FCC of lactase, and can be used for lactose intolerance. Ideal for when consuming small amounts of lactose from food. The tablet is small and therefore ideal for children.

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gluten free icon 100% vegan icon monash certified
  • Recommended by dietitians and doctors and based on scientific research

  • Ideal for children with lactose intolerance

  • In-house development and production of our supplements, since 2008

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  • Recommended by dietitians and doctors and based on scientific research

  • Ideal for children with lactose intolerance

  • In-house development and production of our supplements, since 2008

Enzyme that helps with the digestion of small amounts of dairy products. Convenient, small tablets. Fast-acting lactase tablets, direct effect when consuming lactose

lactase 2500 - dispenser 100 tablets

use

The lactase 2500 tablets can be taken prior to any lactose-containing meal. The tablets are similar in size to a sweet and are therefore easy to swallow. The best way to take the tablets is with some water. The capsules are suitable for children aged 2 years and older. After ingestion the lactase enzyme is active for approximately 30-45 minutes.

Take 1-4 tablets at a time just before each lactose-containing meal. Maximum of 20 tablets per day.

ingredients

Intoleran lactase 2500 contains the lactase enzyme which contributes to breaking down lactose.

Ingredients: Lactase (2500 FCC); Filling aid: Dextrose, Cellulose; Glazing agent: Magnesium stearate.

Lactase 2500 is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Free from gluten and soy.

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified™

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified trade marks used under licence in the Netherlands by Intoleran. One serve of this product can assist with following the Monash University Low FODMAP diet™. A strict low FODMAP diet should not be commenced without supervision from a healthcare professional. Monash University has assessed this product as being low in FODMAPs but has not assessed its suitability as a therapeutic good. Monash University receives a licence fee for use of the Monash University Low FODMAP Certified trade marks.

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In stock

$34.99

Description

Intoleran lactase contains lactase, an enzyme that breaks down lactose, the natural sugar in milk and other dairy foods.

Our lactase 2500 tablets contain 2500 FCC of lactase, and can be used for lactose intolerance. Ideal for when consuming small amounts of lactose from food. The tablet is small and therefore ideal for children.

download leaflet

gluten free icon 100% vegan icon monash certified
  • Recommended by dietitians and doctors and based on scientific research

  • Ideal for children with lactose intolerance

  • In-house development and production of our supplements, since 2008

Frequently asked questions

about lactase 2500 – dispenser 100 tablets

Many of our products have a recommended dosage of 1 to 2 breakable tablets, 1 to 3 capsules, or even 1 to 4 tablets. We recommend starting with the highest dose, to see how you react, and then tapering down to a smaller dose next time. You can do this until you can see the minimum dose your body needs to avoid triggering the symptoms of your food intolerance. Of course, what you eat/drink and portion size will matter (as will the severity of your intolerance), but the general rule is that by starting high, you can tell more easily, if the product is helping you or not, rather than not being sure if it was enough. It is certainly helpful to taper the dose and see if you can go to a lower strength next time. Overdosing does not have any negative effect and is therefore not a bad thing. In some cases it is better to be on the safe side in order to avoid unnecessary complaints.

Our lactase capsules and tablets are safe to use several times a day. We do recommend that you stick to the maximum set number of tablets or capsules per day. For the lactase 2500 this is a maximum of 20 tablets per day, for the lactase 10,000 this is a maximum of 15 capsules per day. For the lactase 20,000, the maximum is 10 tablets per day.

With the lactase tablets and capsules, we have different strengths available. This strength is expressed in FCC per capsule. You can choose from 2500, 10,000 and 20,000. If it is your first time trying one of our lactase products, we generally recommend trying one of the higher strengths first, for example the 10,000 or 20,000. Starting higher will give you a clearer indication of whether it will work well for you or not when you first try it. At a lower dose, it may be unclear if it helps or not, or it may be that the dose wasn't high enough. If you have a milder degree of intolerance or only want to use the capsules or tablets for smaller amounts of lactose, you can choose the 2500 tablets. If you are more sensitive to lactose or want to consume larger amounts of lactose you may want to choose the 10,000 or 20,000.