Millions around the world enjoy the idea of ordering a cheesy scrumptious pizza on a Friday night, end off the Sunday afternoon drive with a cone of ice cream or enjoy a late night cup of milk coffee after those Monday Blues. For millions across the globe, indulging in these dairy delights causes diarrhea, nausea, bloating, flatulence and constipation. This medical condition is called lactose intolerance. Find out how one can find treatment…
Lactose Intolerance refers to the inability to digest lactose ( a sugar found in dairy products such as milk, ice-cream and cheese) due to the lack of lactase. Lactase is an enzyme in the digestive system responsible for breaking down lactose. This medical condition can affect any individual irrespective of their gender, age and background. There is a solution that can assist with the treatment and symptoms of lactose intolerance.
If you are one of those people who just love dairy but the pain and consequences of having dairy putting you off. I HAVE THE SOLUTION: LACTAID. Lactaid is a pill that one can take in order to eat any dairy he/she wishes to indulge in. Lactaid is the lactose enzyme which is responsible for breaking down lactose in the tummy and preventing the consequences of lactose intolerance. Read the review of lactaid here.
What to do if you are suffering from following the symptoms of lactose intolerance:
- Diarrhea: For acute diarrhea, I personally recommend 2mg of HCL Loperamide. If its chronic diarrhea, please contact your GP or physician.
- Directions: Take 2 tablets immediately, thereafter 1 tablet after every stool.
- Gas and Flatulence : Digestive Advantage Probiotics – Gas Defense Formula Probiotic Capsules
- Follow directions on the package.
- Nausea and Vomiting: For nausea and vomiting, I recommend an anti-nausea gum.
- Directions: Chew one 1 gum half an hour before meals or follow the directions on the package.
- Bloating and Constipation: Digestive Advantage Intensive Bowel Support, 96 Counts Capsules
- Follow Directions on Package
How have you treated lactose intolerance and it’s symptoms? I would like to hear about your experiences. Feel free to comment below.