Digestive Advantage Caplets Lactose Intolerance Therapy - 32 Caplets

Digestive Advantage Caplets Lactose Intolerance Therapy  -  32 Caplets
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Digestive Advantage Caplets Lactose Intolerance Therapy - 32 Caplets

  • SKU: 607839
  • UPC: 81506600101
  • Manufacturer: GANEDEN BIO

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The only product that uses specially isolated live cultures (GanedenBC30) to help break down lactose and the complex sugars found in dairy products and other foods. For maximum effectiveness, this product should be taken daily. No need to take with every meal. Lactose free.

PURPOSE: Medical Food

Adults and children 5 years and over: Take two caplets on day one and day two. Thereafter, take one caplet daily. Some individuals may require two caplets daily. Must be taken daily to maintain results - as symptoms will return if this product is discontinued. Some gas and bloating may occur during the first few days.

Di-Calcium Phosphate; Microcrystalline Cellulose; Lactase Enzyme; GandenBC30 (Bacillus Coagulans GBI-30, 6086); Sodium Starch Glycolate; Silicone Dioxide; Stearic Acid; FD&C Blue #1 Lake

Do not stop taking current medications prior to discussing with your physician. Parental supervision is required for use by children. Keep out of the reach of children. Use of antibiotics reduces effectiveness of the product. After use of antibiotics is completed effectiveness returns. Digestive Advantage Lactose Intolerance is a Medical Food product that is intended for use by Lactose Intolerance sufferers who are under the supervision of a physician. It is not a cure for Lactose Intolerance nor is it intended to replace any medications that were prescribed by a physician. Allergy warning: This product may contain trace amounts of casein (milk protein) and soy.