All natural Lacteeze Chewable Tablets provide relief of gas, bloating, abdominal cramps, and diarrhoea associated with the digestion of lactose. They are especially formulated for children over 12 and adults with mild to moderate lactose intolerance.
Lacteeze tablets are recommended for people who suffer from lactose intolerance.
Lacteeze tablets temporarily increase the level of lactase enzymes in the digestive system, so that the lactose in dairy can be digested naturally.
- Enables people with lactose intolerance to enjoy dairy again.
- Popular strength which can be taken by both adults and children in the family.
- Lacteeze is safe during pregnancy.
- 1 to 3 Lacteeze tablets can be taken depending on your level of lactose intolerance.
- Our new half strength peppermint flavour is proving very popular with regular users.
- Tablets can be chewed or swallowed whole.
Dextrose, microcrystalline cellulose, lactase (4,000 FCC lactase units), calcium stearate and natural mint flavour.
Lactase source: Aspergillus
Free from artificial preservatives and colours, eggs, gluten, dairy and nuts.
Simply chew or swallow 1-3 Lacteeze tablets just before consuming dairy. For most adults 2 tablets are sufficient, but you can adjust the dose to suit your individual needs.
Lacteeze tablets should be taken every time you consume dairy products.
For young children, you may want to crush the tablet in a little bit of water or jam if the child doesn’t like chewing tablets.
Lacteeze remains in your digestive system for about one hour (slightly less in children). If you want to consume more dairy after this time, we recommend you repeat the dose.
Lacteeze does not need to be refrigerated.
Store at room temperature (not more than 35 degrees C).
Do not freeze.
Always read the label and follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
Product contains 300mg of glucose per tablet.
Not to be used in the management of dairy allergies.
If diarrhoea persists for more than: 6 hours in infants under 6 months; 12 hours in children under 3 years: 24 hours in children aged 3-6 years, or 48 hours in adults and children over 6 years, seek medical advice.