March 23, 2010
Typically, if you're actually lactose intolerant you may need to continue taking an enzyme supplement with dairy foods or avoid dairy completely to achieve relief of digestive symptoms. Some people who experience digestive distress may not have been lactose intolerant, but rather just sensitive to something else they have eaten. People often can't discern whether they're digestive symptoms are lactose intolerance or some other food sensitivity.
The ingredients in Lactose Stop work fairly quickly and help with a variety of symptoms like gas and bloating, so it makes sense that someone would have good results.
I am very lactose intolorant. I just read a review about Lactostop, the person said they took 1 pill twice a day for a week and they stopped having any any gas or bloating. Is that possible? Can you stop having to use a pill with almost everything you eat? I have been taking Lactaid pills for years, I probably take 10 a day. I have found that even vitamins and some prescription medicines use lactose as a filler.
My understanding is that if you don't have the enzyme and have dairy your body forms hydrogen gas. I know I have to take a pill before I put one bite in my mouth. I have sometimes been in extreme pain for 6- 8 hours, if I injest any dairy without a lactose pill.
I just ordered the Lactostop. sure hope it works!
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