Lacteeze is Now Monash University Low FODMAP Certified!

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common gastrointestinal disorder characterised by symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating, and changes in bowel habits. One dietary approach that has shown promise in managing IBS symptoms is the low FODMAP diet. FODMAPs are fermentable carbohydrates (sugars) that can trigger digestive symptoms in sensitive individuals. The low FODMAP diet involves restricting foods high in FODMAPs, then gradually reintroducing them to identify specific triggers.

One common challenge for individuals following the low FODMAP diet is managing their lactose intake. For those people affected by disaccharides (the ‘D’ in FODMAP) the lactose in milk and dairy products is a significant element that needs to be reduced. Lactose is a disaccharide that is found in dairy products which can be difficult to digest and exacerbate symptoms of lactose intolerance and IBS. Lacteeze lactase enzymes can be a valuable tool for those following the low FODMAP diet. Lacteeze helps break down lactose in dairy products into simple sugars (monosaccharides), making them easier to digest and reducing the likelihood of symptoms.

Lacteeze Now Monash University Low FODMAP Certified

Recently, Lacteeze tablets and caplets products received low FODMAP certification from Monash University, a leading institution in FODMAP research. This certification means that Lacteeze Australia meets the strict criteria set by Monash University for low FODMAP certified foods and can be safely used by individuals following the low FODMAP diet.

Incorporating Lacteeze into a low FODMAP diet can help individuals with IBS enjoy dairy products without experiencing uncomfortable symptoms such as gas, bloating, diarrhoea and abdominal discomfort. Simply take 1-2 Lacteeze lactase enzymes before consuming dairy to supplement your digestive system with the enzymes it needs.

The Monash University low FODMAP certified Lacteeze products are a range of lactase enzyme supplements in chewable tablet and caplet form to help people with lactose intolerance digest dairy products more comfortably.

Lacteeze Tablets: Suitable for anyone with mild to moderate lactose intolerance as they contain 4,000 ALU (Acid Lactase Units – the international index for lactase efficiency). They are available in a mild mint flavour and come in 10 tablet trial packs and 120 tablet bottles.

Lacteeze Double Strength Caplets: These are designed for individuals with moderate to severe lactose intolerance or those consuming larger amounts of dairy. They provide a higher dose of lactase enzyme (9,000 ALU) to help break down lactose more effectively. They are available in a natural vanilla flavor and come in convenient blister packs of 8 or 40 caplets.

There have been many clinical trials on the efficacy of lactase enzymes. Lacteeze is listed with the TGA (Therapeutics Goods Association) and clinically proven to reduce symptoms of gas, bloating, diarrhoea and abdominal discomfort associated with lactose intolerance.

Lacteeze is available at all leading Australian pharmacies and supermarkets.

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