Digestive Enzyme Support for Dairy Cross Contamination
Lactose malabsorption is a common condition in which the body does not express enough lactase enzymes to break down lactose. This often triggers a heightened immune response or may cause gastrointestinal distress (ex. Bloating or gas) termed lactose intolerance. The unique enzyme blend in Dairy Shield is designed to break down gluten, lactose and dairy proteins to support the digestion of each food component for better absorption and maintenance of natural immune balance. The grain free formula includes a unique mixture of protease enzymes and lactase to assist the digestion of multiple constituents of dairy products.
- Promotes Healthy Dairy Digestion
- Supports GI Comfort and Function
- Helps Relieve Bloating or Gas due to Dairy Cross Contamination
- Targeted Enzyme Support for Dairy Sensitivities
Endopeptidase and Exopeptidase – the combination present in Dairy Shield efficiently degrade both the internal and terminal peptide bonds of the gluten molecule.
Lactase – Enzyme blend to support the quick breakdown of lactose present in dairy.
Does Not Contain: Gluten, Corn, Yeast, Artificial Colors and Flavors
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