LACTOSE INTOLERANCE

A Lactose Intolerance Treatment Stocked in Sydney and Across NSW

Lactose is a carbohydrate found in all kinds of milk and is also commonly used as an ingredient in a variety of other foods. In order to digest lactose, the body produces an enzyme called lactase that helps break down the carbohydrate and convert it into energy.

Those who have naturally low levels of lactase — or are lactose intolerance — often experience a variety of symptoms after consuming foods containing dairy, including bloating, abdominal pain and diarrhoea. This dietary condition is fairly common, but its side effects can quickly reduce your quality of life.

If you think you may suffer from this condition, it’s important that you ask your GP for a diagnosis before seeking treatment

About our lactose intolerance remedy

Lacking the required Lactase to digest and break down lactose does not necessarily mean you have to give up dairy completely, as the severity of symptoms can vary between individuals. Usually, the individual can continue consuming dairy products as long as they manage their diet: some are able to have two glasses of milk per day with meals, while others can consume products that contain lower lactose content, such as some cheeses and yoghurts.

The Clinicals Health N-zyme complex is designed to supplement the digestive system with the lactase enzymes. This equips the body with what’s necessary to break down lactose and effectively convert it into energy, preventing undigested foods from causing bloating, diarrhoea, abdominal pain or anything else. It can also be taken to relieve heartburn, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, gluten intolerance and a number of other conditions.

Recommended by medical practitioners

Our lactose intolerance treatment is available in Sydney, Melbourne and all over Australia, and can help you manage your symptoms more effectively. Some take this remedy in order to reduce or even remove symptoms as they increase their lactose consumption.

If you would like to find out more information about the N-zyme supplement, feel free to get in touch with Clinicals Health. Otherwise, take a look at our blog to see related news and articles.