- 250 and 500 Grams of Lactase Powder Per Bottle
- 50 Servings in Every Container
- 10 Grams of Lactase Powder Per Serving
- Non-GMO & Gluten Free
- Manufactured In a GMP Compliant, FDA Registered Facility
Could you kindly supply Lactase made from the yeast Kluyveromyces Lactis??
Lactase is an enzyme. As such, it's speed or actity rate is directly related to temperature.I let a gallon of milk warm almost to room temperature, add a plastic scoop of powder, shake well, then let it sit in the fridge for a couple days. Yes, you have to plan ahead, as it is not instant. I add it to cream soups, and warm slowly. This also works. This lactase powder works well, and makes a number of recipes edible again.
My wife has not said anything about flavor...I think that it is tasteless. Since using it on her cereal, she has had no ill effects from the milk.
If you are Lactose sensitive, PLEASE BE AWARE of mixing in the appropriate number of scoops per serving for a gallon of milk. I made the mistake of following a reviewers directions to add only ONE SCOOP of lactase powder per gallon of milk when in fact, based on my product label (8.8 oz. container) it would actually take a total of 21 SCOOPS of lactose powder with the scoop provided. Please do the math and save yourself severe stomach pain and all of the wonderful side affects associated with Lactose intolerance. Directions on the 8.8 oz. container state:
One scoop per 4 to 8 ounce serving. A gallon of milk has 128 ounces, divided by an average of 6 ounce serving comes out to 21.33 scoops of product. How many scoops are in an 8.8 oz. container? Don't care because I'm going back to store bought lactose free milk and lactose tablets.
Your stomach and digestive system will thank you
I'm using 3 scoops of powder in half a gallon of very warm Nido Fortificada. I leave it out for about three hours before it goes in the fridge. Now my wife can drink milk without an upset tummy.