Many people suffer from bloating, gas, diarrhea, nausea, and abdominal discomfort after consuming dairy products.
If you have difficulty digesting lactose, a sugar found in milk and other dairy products, you likely have lactose intolerance due to a lactase deficiency.
Or you may have a sensitivity to dairy proteins, like the whey and casein in milk and dairy. A dairy protein sensitivity is very different from lactose intolerance.
Rather than lacking the enzyme lactase, your body has difficulty handling the specific dairy protein.
A special type of digestive enzyme can help with both lactose intolerance and dairy protein sensitivity.*
Most dairy enzyme formulas are designed only to digest lactose. Dairy Enzymes is formulated for the speedy and complete digestion of not just lactose, but also casein and whey proteins, and to help relieve the occasional bloating, gas and intestinal discomfort they can all cause.*
Dairy Enzymes contains:
- Protease to quickly break down casein and whey proteins into smaller peptides in the stomach before they reach the intestine*
- Lactase to break down lactose quickly and efficiently*
- ATP or adenosine-5’-triphosphate, that’s missing from processed and cooked foods to help initiate your digestive processes*
Ideally taken before a meal, each serving of Dairy Enzyme contains enough enzymes to digest a 4-ounce glass of milk or a half-cup serving of ice cream.*
And because it’s a vegan formula, it’s suitable for vegetarians and those who want to avoid animal enzymes.
When paired with broad-spectrum enzymes, you get a comprehensive enzyme program to aid in complete meal digestion.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.