Lamberts Lactase Complex 350mg (9000FCC)

£12.95

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Lactase is a digestive enzyme required for the breakdown of the milk sugar lactose. Lactase should be produced in the small intestines, however if little or no lactase is produced or if production is impaired, undigested lactose moves into the colon where it is fermented and hydrogen, carbon dioxide and organic acids are produced often resulting in cramps, wind and diarrhoea.



This intolerance to lactose is not life threatening however, it can make patients feel very unwell and although eliminating milk based products is one solution, it can prove impractical as well as resulting in a very restricted diet. Lamberts® new Super Strength Lactase Complex 350mg is equivalent to 9000 FCC (Food Chemical Codex)*, making it one of the highest strength and best value products available to practitioners with no compromise on the quality.

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Product Description

Super strength.

  • One of the highest strength and best value lactase products available
  • Lamberts® new Super Strength Lactase Complex 350mg is equivalent to 9000 FCC (Food Chemical Codex)*
  • Small, easy to swallow tablet
  • This product can be used on a long term basis to reduce the symptoms of lactose intolerance.

Usage & Administration

Take 1 tablet before a meal containing dairy products (lactose). Do not exceed 3 tablets per day.

Additional Information

Brand Lamberts Healthcare
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Key Scientific Findings No

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