Liquid Lactase Drops by Seeking Health
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Lactase Drops 1/2 oz | Seeking Health
Tired of expensive pre-made lactose-free milk? Cannot find organic lactose-free dairy products? Make your own lactose-free products with Lactase Drops*
Lactase deficiency? Tired of suffering bloating, gas, stomach aches, and other symptoms of lactose intolerance every time you eat dairy products? If you can’t digest lactose, Lactase Drops by Seeking Health is a pure and potent liquid lactase enzyme supplement that breaks down lactose for you, allowing you to enjoy dairy products whenever you want.*
“Am I Lactose Intolerant?” If you experience any of the following symptoms after eating dairy products, you might be experiencing symptoms of lactose intolerance or lactase deficiency:*
- Abdominal Pain*
How do I use Lactase Drops as a liquid lactase enzyme supplement to eliminate lactose intolerance symptoms?*
Simply open the bottle of Lactase Drops and drop the liquid into the milk carton or any liquid lactose-containing product and shake. This way, you can make lactose-free milk at home for less money than buying it in a store and use your favorite brand. A typical dose is 7 drops per pint of milk. The lactase deficiency you have is less of an issue when using Lactase Drops.*
One may also place the drops of lactase in 3 ounces of water or juice, directly on the food, in the milk or on the tongue just prior to, during or just after eating ice cream, yogurt, cottage cheese or any product containing lactose. This method is good for those who experience mild lactose intolerance or if they inadvertently ingested lactose and need to prevent lactose intolerance symptoms immediately.*
Why choose Lactase Drops?*
- Lactase Drops’ liquid format allows you to tailor the dose to suit your needs. No wasting money taking extra capsules or tablets!*
- Laboratory certified effective and potent: 5 drops is enough to reduce lactose in 1 pint of milk over 24 hours*
- Make your own lactose-free dairy products at home for less!*
- Enables you to buy organic milk, organic baby formula, organic cottage cheese, organic ice cream or other organic dairy products and make them lactose-free!*
- Allows you to make your own ice cream, yogurts, kefir or other diary products free of lactose right at home.*
- Laboratory tested for molds, yeasts, fungi and bacteria for your safety*
- Free of preservatives, flow agents and fillers.*
- Free of common allergens like soy, wheat, corn, casein, gluten*
- Glass packaging is free of BPA and phthalates.*
- Sweet-tasting natural glycerin base does not require refrigeration.*
- Safe to use in breast milk or formula (once mixed) and administer to lactose intolerant infants.*
Lactase Drops are safe for all ages, and the sweet-tasting liquid is much easier to administer to lactose intolerant infants and children than foul-tasting lactase capsules or tablets. Lactase Drops contain a lactase enzyme that breaks down undigestible lactose into simple sugars. This is why Lactase Drops benefits those who have symptoms of lactose intolerance, are lactose intolerant or experience lactase deficiency.*
The lactase enzyme is suspended in a sweet glycerin base that does require refrigeration once it is opened. Unopened bottles of Lactase Drops do not require refrigeration*
Lactase Drops 1/2 Ounce by Seeking Health
Serving size: 5 drops (strong dose)
Servings per container: 76
** = Daily Value Not Established
Glycerin, Purified water
Add 7 drops of Lactase Drops per pint of milk, refrigerate for 24 hours, then use as desired. If lactose intolerance symptoms persist, refrigerate for 48 hours before using or add more drops. Alternatively, add 7 drops of Lactase Drops directly to milk or any dairy product just prior to drinking or eating, or use as directed by a health professional.
To use fewer Lactase Drops per pint or per gallon, allow up to 30 hrs before consumption occurs. There is no benefit to wait longer than 30 hours as the lactase enzyme already consumed all the lactose it can.
Experiment with the number of drops. The recommended amount of 5 drops is enough to digest 70% of the lactose in one pint of milk after 24 hours. Some people may need less and some need more. We are currently undergoing testing to see if we can digest 70% of lactose in 1 liter of milk.
To consume other lactose-containing products, mix the necessary amount of Lactase Drops in 3 ounces of water or juice prior to eating, or as recommended by a health professional.
One may add the necessary amount of Lactase Drops directly to milk, whey protein concentrate, cottage cheese, half and half, cream, ice cream, cheese, breast milk, sour cream and kefir.
Breast milk: Add 1 drop per 100 mL of breast milk and after 12 hours, most of the lactose will be gone. Again, each individual is different. One infant may need more and another infant less.
If symptoms of diarrhea, gas and bloating remain after increasing the amount of Lactase Drops, consult your physician.
Refrigeration is not needed after opening, but the shelf life of Lactase Drops will be increased by 6 months if refrigerated.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if tamper-evident seal is broken or missing.
Does not contain: Casein, Corn, Dairy, Egg, Fish, Gluten, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soy, Tree Nuts, Wheat
*Your results may vary from those listed above.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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