As I’ve gotten older, I’ve experienced a slow and steady decline in my body’s ability to process milk.
Not dairy, per say, but definitely milk.
Starting around May of 2014, my stomach began waging war with me any time I prepared my protein or weight gainer shakes with milk. Which was tragic, because I LOVE using whole milk in my shakes for extra calories.
I eventually stopped using milk after a few gut-wrenching, colon twisting, noxious-gas-producing fiascos.
I had no idea there was an quick-and-easy solution for lactose intolerance.
Thank You, Marc Lobliner
I first heard of lactase when Marc Lobliner mentioned it in passing in one of his videos. Trusting his advice, I quickly bought a pack off Amazon and gave it a try.
All I can say is, “Wow!”
I simply took one tablet as directed with the first sip of my protein shake, prepared with milk, and I didn’t experience any of my previous symptoms.
I was able to enjoy my shake and not regret it later.
Lactose is a sugar found in milk. It is comprised of the simple sugars glucose and galactose.
Lactose cannot be metabolized by your body directly. It must be broken down into its two composite sugars first.
Lactase is an enzyme which breaks the larger lactose molecules down into the smaller glucose and galactose molecules, which your body is able to absorb.
Give lactase a try if you experience terrible cramping, upset stomach, or gas whenever you consume dairy products. It’s a game changer for me.
Enjoy your milk!