Milk Flavour Solid Drink
Improves Lactose Digestion!
Dietary supplement Improves lactose digestion.
In case of lactose intolerance add a stick to each of your lactose-containing meal.
Contains high-dose 6000 FCC high-quality lactase.
Supports milk sugar digestion in children.
Content: 30 sticks à 2 g
Net-Weight: 60 g.
Our recommendation for when you have Lactose Intolerance!
For people with lactose digestion problems, lactase improves lactose digestion.
People with lactose intolerance are advised to take the contents of the stick with each lactose-containing meal.
The degree of lactose intolerance varies individually.
Affected individuals should inform themselves about the effects of lactase in connection with lactose-containing meals.
Dosage: Ingestion before or during consumption of dairy products. Stir all or part of the stick in water or milk or directly on the tongue
Lactose Free, Gluten Free, GMO Free, 100% Vegan
Maltodextrin, modified milk powder (skimmed Milk Powder, Lactase 3%), Anti Caking Agent Silicon Dioxide, Zinc Gluconate 0.05%.
Veganism is an extended form of vegetarianism in which no animal products are consumed. While vegetarians do not consume meat and fish, vegans do not consume any other animal products such as milk, eggs and honey. In addition, the vegan also avoids ingredients or additives of animal origin such as gelatine. Vegan products therefore contain no ingredients or additives of animal origin.
Milk sugar (lactose) is rich in energy and very well tolerated - at least in the first years of our lives. During this time, the intestine produces enough lactase - the enzyme that breaks down lactose and makes it usable. If you have lactose intolerance, the lactose passes directly into the small intestine, which cannot process it. Lactose swells up in the colon and abdominal pain, flatulence and diarrhoea can occur. Lactose-free foods are therefore foods which are produced without milk or where the cleavage of lactose has already been chemically anticipated beforehand.
Gluten is a glue protein. It is present in many cereals such as wheat, rye and barley. Gluten is used e.g. for a loose structure of a dough or as a binding agent. Some people do not tolerate gluten, so that the intestinal mucosa is inflamed by the absorption of protein. The consequence of this is that they absorb too few nutrients, which can lead to a bowel disease - so-called celiac disease – of which every 250th German is affected.
Food supplements or foodstuffs are GMO-free if they do not contain or are produced from genetically modified organisms themselves. In order to use this term, no components produced by genetically modified organisms may be used.