Lacteeze Drops 15.5ml

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Lacteeze Drops can be used to reduce lactose in fresh milk, reconstituted milk, canned condensed milk, breastmilk, infant formula, creams, chocolate milk and any other fluid milk products.

Developmental lactose intolerance is common in babies, causing symptoms of excess gas, bloating, abdominal discomfort and diarrhoea. Clinical trials show pre-treating babies’ feeds with lactase enzymes reduces crying times in babies with lactose intolerance by at least 40%.

Lacteeze Drops are suitable for breast and bottle feeding

Lacteeze drops are suitable from birth and during pregnancy. Lacteeze Drops contain no gluten, dairy, preservatives, artificial colours or flavours.

INGREDIENTS
Lactase, glycerin.

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5 reviews for Lacteeze Drops 15.5ml

  1. William Sipple

    I have used Lacteeze 15.5ml drops for several years. They are a part of my “daily life.” I have “No Fear!” of having Lactose Intolerance any more. Thank you!

  2. Sarah Fewster

    Lacteeze drops gives me control and flexibility in my cooking and everyday nutrition. I love being free from restrictions! It is significantly cheaper than pre-treated products and super simple to use. It means I don’t have to go hunting for special products just for me when I have a whole family to buy groceries for. I have found it 100% reliable.

  3. Oksana Hrubskyj (verified owner)

    Love my icecream and milk! Though I cannot do most cheeses I use the Lacteeze drops in cream to make my own home made icecream and also the milk which is a more cost effective way of achieving close to lactose-free results in milk for my tea and coffee. My next project will be an attempt to make cottage cheese out of Lacteeze-added milk.

  4. Delphin Swalm (verified owner)

    I don’t leave home without it. I have used the drops in my milk for years and carry tablets in my purse, no more symptoms of lactose intolerance.

  5. Jenni (verified owner)

    I use the drops in whatever milk I like (full-cream non-homogenised milk) instead of being restricted to the commercially lactased ones. The only problem I have had is that after several days, the milk develops a funny taste, which I think is probably because the sugars keep on and on changing… So now I am experimenting with just treating a cup or two each day or two rather than a whole litre or 1500ml bottle. So far it seems to be working better (but is more fiddly).

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