Tired of taking pills every time you want to drink milk or eat something with dairy in it?
Tired of diarrhea, nausea and headaches associated with lactose intolerance?
Not only is this expensive, but it is a hassle. Also if you forget to take the lactase enzyme before a meal, you have to deal with the consequences of diarrhea, headaches and nausea. Not fun.
There are two solutions for treating lactose intolerance
- Short term fast acting and
- Long term slower acting.
It is not possible to obtain the long term solution of lactose intolerance without having to stop dairy for a month unless the short term solution is utilized in conjunction.
Do you want to avoid dairy for one month?
I didn't think so.
Here is how to effectively treat lactose intolerance long term without having to stop enjoying products which contain dairy:
Step 1. Get Lactase Drops and add to milk or any dairy product as explained on the product page. The Lactase Drops digest the lactose for you in any product containing dairy. This is required as you build up Step 2.
Step 2. Obtain ProBiota 12 capsules and take 2 at dinner time for one month. Then taper down to 1 capsule at dinner time as a maintenance dose.
The reason why ProBiota 12 works is that it contains very high amounts of beneficial bacteria. Certain strains of bacteria found in ProBiota 12 breakdown lactose for you. The excellent part of this is that the beneficial bacteria that you take in ProBiota 12 remain in your digestive tract long term.
It is like having your own lactase-producing enzymes constantly being produced without having to take a lactase enzyme pill or liquid again.
Step 3. After a couple weeks of taking ProBiota 12, you may begin to ease off on how many drops of Lactase Drops you use. Lower and lower your dose of Lactase Drops until eventually you will not need them anymore.
Step 4. Continue taking ProBiota 12 - 1 capsule at dinnertime - in order to maintain healthy digestive bacteria. You may stop taking ProBiota 12 once no signs of lactose intolerance exist.
If you find yourself going to an immensely heavy dairy-containing meal, I recommend supporting the digestive bacteria with Lactase Drops. Standard meals containing dairy, you will be fine, and not need Lactase Drops after having taken ProBiota 12 for a month; however, if you know you are going to load up heavily on dairy, I recommend helping out a bit with Lactase Drops.
Step 5. If symptoms of lactose intolerance return for some reason, such as having taken antibiotics, repeat the process over.
If you end up taking antibiotics, make sure you take ProBiota 12 at night 2 hours after your last dose of antibiotics. This helps reduce the chances of getting clostridium difficile, enhances the effectiveness of the antibiotic as your local digestive immune system remains strong and also helps prevent antibiotic-associated diarrhea.
Many antibiotics kill off most, if not all, digestive bacteria. This means that after taking antibiotics, the beneficial bacteria which used to digest the lactose for you are no longer living. In order to restore the healthy, beneficial bacteria, take ProBiota 12 at dinnertime.
That's all there is to treating lactose intolerance long term.
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