- Size per dose
- 1.0 One capsule
- What do you take it for?
- Improve digestion and relieving stomach
- How is it taken?
- Capsule / s with meals
- How many times?
- From one to three times a day
- When should it be taken?
- Before meals
- Overall Health
Whey for lactose insufficiency
Lactase Enzyme Scitec is the whey protein supplementation option for people who have lactose intolerance. It improves digestion and provides high quality protein with no harmful effects.
Lactase is a digestive enzyme that has the function of breaking down lactose from milk and other dairy products consumed in harmless simple sugars, glucose and galactose. When you have a deficiency of this enzyme, people are unable to fully assimilate lactose and this causes unpleasant symptoms.
Lactase Enzyme Scitec improves the digestion of lactose, and is especially suitable for people who have problems digesting lactose, that is, people with lactose intolerance.
This product also helps reduce the effects of poor digestion, such as heartburn, gas and other gastrointestinal discomforts of various causes.
In general, 2.500 FCC units are required to differ from 10 to 13 grams of lactose, and common whey protein concentrates have 5 to 6% lactose. Lactose intolerant consumers recommend 10.000 FCC units per meal, which are 2 capsules of Lactase Enzyme Scitec. This statement has been scientifically proven and is endorsed by the EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) and authorized by the EC (European Commission).
Lactase Enzyme Scitec provides all the benefits of healthy whey protein for people who can not drink milk. It provides high protein value of rapid assimilation, so it is ideal to take in the morning, when getting up, or after training. Its function is to protect against muscle catabolism at night and provide complete nutrition to muscle mass throughout the day, especially during its regeneration phase.
This supplement has an optimal amino acid distribution formula and excellent bioavailability. It protects against oxidative processes, against osteoporosis and benefits the cardiovascular state. All the benefits of whey protein in an optimal protein concentrate to compatibilize performance with lactose insufficiency.
Recommended use: 1 capsule with each meal containing lactose, including whey, casein or caseinate or milk protein drinks. 1 capsule is recommended for the digestion of 20 to 26 grams of lactose. (For example, 400 ml of whole milk contains this amount of lactose)