Lactose Intolerance And Digestive Enzymes

Do you have a certain food that you’ve stopped eating because it’s upsetting to digest?

About 50 million Americans ( 50 million! ) have a lactose intolerance.  This is a major population not eating dairy, simply because they can’t digest it.  When you eliminate foods from your diet you are eliminating much needed nutrition.

Try rebuilding your digestive function instead.

If you are lactose intolerant, flatulant, belchy,  burpy, have stomach pain or cramping, diarrhea, bloating or indigestion, feel stuffed after eating or frequently use antacids you may be a perfect candidate for digestive enzymes

Not all digestive enzymes are equal. Most are animal based enzymes and offer only a single enzyme.

The product I recommend to my clients is plant sourced and offers a multi-action solution.  It contains Lactase, Alpha- Galactosidase, Protease, Amylase and Lipase.

Taking our comprehensive digestive enzyme product will help alleviate discomfort from gas and bloating, help digest problem foods such as dairy, beans and broccoli. It will support digestion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates in all foods. It enables nutrients to be absorbed into the blood stream.

Our high quality digestive enzyme product is more complete and more effective than enzyme products like Lactaid and Beano

above info sourced from the 2009 product catalog and nutrition and you

More products for digestive health 

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