DUOCAM® Sachet, format available in package of 14 sachets.
The DUOCAM® sachet is internally divided into two separate chambers, which prevents the ingredients contained from interacting with each other until the product is taken, guaranteeing the best preservation of the components.
Dietary supplement based on live lactic acid bacteria with probiotic action, Ginger and Artichoke.
Indications for use
Lactofloren® Digest is a dietary supplement enriched with digestive enzymes and plant extracts ideal in case of heaviness after meals, lactose intolerance and slow digestion.
Description of the product
Lactoflorene® Digest is a dietary supplement based on lactic acid bacteria with probiotic action (Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS®-1) enriched with the lactase enzyme and with
Ginger and Artichoke plant extracts.
Lactic acid bacteria with probiotic action promote the balance of intestinal bacterial flora (1).
In particular the Lactobacillus acidophilus, DDS® -1 strain supports and strengthens the effect of the lactase enzyme (2-3).
The lactase enzyme metabolises lactose, splitting it into two simple sugars, improving digestion, even in persons who have digestive problems (4-5).
The extracts of Ginger and Artichoke help the digestive function.
Gluten and lactose free.
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1.Linee Guida su probiotici e prebiotici, Ministero della Salute – Revisione Marzo 2018. 2. UAS LABS internal data. 3. Pakdaman MN, Udani JK, Molina JP, Shahani M. The effects of the DDS-1 strain of lactobacillus on symptomatic relief for lactose intolerance – a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover clinical trial. Nutrition J. 2016; 15:56. 4. Medow MS, Thek KD, Newman LJ, Berezin S, Glassman MS, Schwarz SM. Beta-galactosidase tablets in the treatment of lactose intolerance in pediatrics. Am J Dis Child. 1990;144(11):1261-1264. 5. Sanders SW, Tolman KG, Reitberg DP. Effect of a single dose of lactase on symptoms and expired hydrogen after lactose challenge in lactose-intolerant subjects. Clin Pharm. 1992;11(6):533-538.