Disolact lactase

Disolact lactase helps with lactose intolerance.

The deficiency in your own body is temporarily made up, whereby the milk product consumed (the lactose) can now be digested. In this way, someone with lactose intolerance can use ordinary dairy and other lactose-containing products.

Disolact capsules; easier to swallow than lactase tablets

lactase,lactose, intolerance

Disolact lactase capsules, small, effective and easy to swallow capsules

Difficulty swallowing capsules? You can open the capsules by twisting their ends. The content of the DISOLACT capsule can then be sprinkled over the food.

Disolact capsules contain the enzyme opti-lactase P (standard capsules: 3,000 FCC, Extra Forte capsules 10,000 FCC). This is a very active and stable lactase enzyme. In addition to the enzyme the filling material colloidal silica is used. This filling material is neutral and has no influence on your body. The capsules themselves are made of vegetarian gelatine (the gelatine used is halal).

Disolact ensures that the deficiency in the body’s own lactase is temporarily made up, whereby the digestion of the milk products consumed (the lactose) is assisted.

 Disolact lactase capsules are packed in units of 50 capsules in a container that is handy and attractive to take with you.

  • Food value per 100 gram: 994kJ (234Kcal), carbohydrates 4.4g, proteins 3.8g, fat 0.2 g.

  • Disolact lactase capsules are soja and gluten free

  • We recommend storing Disolact lactase capsules dry and at room temperature.

  • The shelf life of Disolact lactase is 3 years; thereafter the FCC value reduces by 5% per year.

Disolact and pregnancy

No information is available about the use of Disolact lactase or other lactase preparations during pregnancy. Consult your doctor if you wish to use Disolact lactase during pregnancy; he has the medical knowledge to give you suitable advice.

Disolact lactase capsules are suitable for children from 12 years old. If they still cannot swallow capsules easily, we recommend you open the capsules and sprinkle their contents on the food.

Galactosaemia

If you suffer from galactosaemia (a rare condition), do not under any circumstances use Disolact lactase. With the conversion of lactose into glucose, the symptoms will increase. Consult your doctor or dietician for suitable advice.

Diabetic?

Be aware! By using Disolact the lactose will now be converted into glucose, among other things. As you know, the latter has a direct influence on your blood sugar level. For this reason, you should consult the specialist or doctor treating you for diabetes before using Disolact lactase.

Lactase

Lactase is a natural enzyme which breaks lactose down in the intestines to galactose and glucose.

In the normal course of events lactase is present in sufficient quantities in the intestines from birth. However as we become older the amount of lactase reduces, (in the case of people of Asian and African racial origin, this decrease can occur very quickly), through this, they will quickly develop lactose intolerance.