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Lactaid Extra Strength Tablets

Lactaid Extra Strength is taken to help individuals digest dairy products when they would otherwise experience bloating, cramps, gas, or diarrhea from being lactose intolerant. Lactase is an enzyme that works to break down the main sugar in milk, called lactose. As we age, we do not produce enough of our own natural lactase which can cause some of the population to become lactose intolerant.

Some individuals can avoid the symptoms of their intolerance with a change in their diet while others may require more help. You can buy Lactaid Extra Strength as an over-the-counter medicine.

There are no magic solutions that can enhance your body’s ability to produce this enzyme naturally when we are older and have reduced or a complete lack of Lactase to help with breaking down lactose. Avoidance is the best way to deal with hypolactasia, but that may not always be the easiest. Buy Lactaid Extra Strength and keep it with you throughout the day should you feel like consuming dairy products.

Make sure your doctor is aware of any allergies or illnesses you have that could interfere with being able to take Lactase safely. List all OTC and Rx medications you are on as there may be a conflict with combining ingredients. Lactaid Extra Strength has few, if any, side effects but you should notify your physician if any symptoms appear that worsen or become persistent when taking Lactaid Extra Strength.

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