LACTEEZE BY ALLERGY FREE
AllergyFree Lacteeze Drops 15.5ml
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LACTEEZE DROPS work differently to our caplets and tablets. They are not taken orally but are added to liquid dairy products to convert the lactose into more easily digestible glucose milk sugars. This conversion process needs to take place before the dairy product is consumed.
Lacteeze Drops are recommended for people who suffer from:
Inability to digest lactose in dairy
Gas, bloating, abdominal cramps and diarrhoea associated with the digestion of dairy.
Lacteeze Drops contain a form of Tilactase which is derived from yeast. This type of lactase enzyme has been used for many years to hydrolyse the lactose in milk to make lactose-free products. Once Lacteeze is added to milk (or any other liquid dairy product) a conversion process takes place where the lactose is broken down into simple glucose and galactose milk sugars which can be more easily digested.
Reducing lactose in cow's milk: Add 5 drops of Lacteeze to 1 litre of milk and refrigerate for a minimum of 24 hours. This will convert 70-80% of lactose. To convert more lactose, simply refrigerate for longer or increase the number of Lacteeze drops used to 8-10 drops.
Breast feeding: Express 2 tablespoons of breastmilk and add 4 drops of Lacteeze. Shake well and wait 5 minutes before giving mixture to baby. Then breastfeed like normal.
Bottle feeding (suitable for breastmilk or infant formula): Add 4 drops of Lacteeze to every 50ml of warm feed. Shake well and wait 30 minutes prior to consumption. Do not refrigerate.
Advanced preparation (suitable for breastmilk or infant formula): Add 2 drops of Lacteeze to every 50ml or warm feed. Shake well and wait 5 minutes, then refrigerate a minimum of 4 hours prior to consumption.
To convert more lactose simply leave the Lacteeze/dairy mixture for longer than the minimum times specified above.
Once conversion has completed, the mixture can be frozen or heated.