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Q: What is the proper way to take DairyCare?
A: Take 2 capsules in the morning and afternoon for five days, and then 1-2 capsules every morning or prior to a meal. If you require additional doses which exceed this number, please consult your doctor or physician for further instruction, as this indicates a potentially more serious health issue. For further information on how to start taking DairyCare, reach out to us via email.
Q: Is DairyCare Kosher?
A: DairyCare and it's manufacturing are Kosher as the bottles label states.
Q: Is DairyCare a probiotic or Lactose Intolerance pill?
A: First and foremost, DairyCare is a probiotic consisting of Lactobacillus gg probiotic. It is this probiotic (found naturally in the body) which is capable of producing all of the benefits discussed here. So, improvement in bowel habits, tolerance of dairy foods and liquids, immune system improvement, etc. all stem from the properties contained within the probiotic of DairyCare. The additional benefits of this probiotic came from the proprietary formulation of DairyCare, itself, whereby it has a two year shelf life, works immediately with one dosage daily and does not require refrigeration, to name just a few.
Q: Are there side effects to taking DairyCare?
A: There are no side effects of taking DairyCare. The active ingredient in DairyCare has been used in foods within the United States for over 100 years.
Q: Is DairyCare safe for children or toddlers to take?
A: DairyCare is safe for children. We recommend one capsule per day for children 12 years old and younger. For children under six years of age, swallowing a capsule can be a problem, so we recommend opening one capsule and empty its contents into apple sauce or pudding.
Q: What is the shelf life of DairyCare?
A: If you purchase DairyCare in stores or have extra bottles in your house, rest assured that the probiotic, Lactobacillus, is active as it has a shelf life of two years.
Q: Is DairyCare gluten free? Is it recommended for those with Celiac Disease?
A: Yes, DairyCare contains zero gluten, the protein that effects celiac patients. Celiac disease associates with lactose intolerance. A high prevalence of celiac disease was observed in patients with a positive H2-lactose breath test (diagnostic test for lactose intolerance) compared to healthy controls. In these subjects lactase deficiency seems to be the only manifestation of Celiac Disease. We suggest serologic screening for celiac disease in all patients with a positive H2-lactose breath test before beginning a milk-exclusion diet.
Q: What is lactose intolerance?
A: Lactose intolerance is a dietary problem that occurs from a lack of the enzyme lactase, which is normally produced by cells located in the small intestine. When the production of this enzyme is low, the common sugar known as lactose cannot be broken down within the intestine, thus resulting in multiple unpleasant symptoms such as: upset stomach, diarrhea, indigestion, flatulence, and/or nauseousness.
Q: What foods contain the sugar that causes these problems?
A: Lactose can be found in almost all foods, but primarily dairy foods such as: milk, cheese, eggs, veal, yogurt, ice cream, margarine, etc. Additionally, 20% of prescription drugs also contain lactose, like antibiotics and oral contraceptives for example, but it doesn't end there! 6% of over-the-counter medicines also contain some form of lactose.
Q: How and when does a person experience lactose intolerance?
A: Lactose intolerance is an intermittent yet recurring global issue that affects people of all walks of life. It can develop randomly or be acquired through genetic means by way of cell adaptation, typically as we grow older and our bodies decrease lactase enzyme production. Lactose intolerance can also commonly occur in patients pre-diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulosis, and/or inflammatory bowel disease.
Q: What are the symptoms of incomplete lactose digestion?
A: Most commonly, one experiences one or more of the following symptoms 15-20 minutes after consuming a meal or snack: bloating/distention, cramping, flatulence, diarrhea, and/or nauseousness.
Q: What makes DairyCare such a great product?
A: DairyCare is the only patented digestive supplement on the market that creates the lactase enzyme for 24 hours with just a single dose. Our product is also gluten & lactose free with no GMO ingredients.
Q: I take a lot of vitamins each day. Will taking DairyCare at the same time compromise its effectiveness?
A: Not at all! In fact, the support from additional vitamins may even help DairyCare's overall effectiveness.
Q: Do I have to quit eating any dairy for the first 5 days that I take the 2 capsules in the morning and 2 caps in the evening?
A: Nope! We actually suggest consuming a small amount of dairy during the first week of consumption so as to increase the production of necessary enzymes for healthy digestion.
Q: How can I track my package once my order has been placed?
A: Please refer to your shipping confirmation email or contact "email@example.com" for additional assistance.
Q: Is DairyCare available to be be shipped internationally?
Q: How much of the lactase enzyme is in a single dose of DairyCare?
A: A single dose of our dietary supplement (one pill) contains 30 grams of the lactase enzyme.
Q: How can I change the default address on my profile?
A: Simply login to "My Account", click "Manage Addresses" on the right-hand side of the page under "Addresses" and update your profile from there.
Q: Is DairyCare available to be shipped internationally?
A: Yes, DairyCare may be shipped almost anywhere in the world, with the exception of Singapore. DairyCare is currently distributed throughout Singapore via Acertus Pharma. For a list of all locations where you may find DairyCare in Singapore, please follow this link.
Q: Does DairyCare offer a military discount?
A: Yes we do! Please contact our customer service for a coupon code.
Q: Does DairyCare contain the inactive ingredients maltodextrin?
A: It does not.
Q: Is DairyCare approved by the FDA?
A: Yes it is. It meets the necessary requirements as per the FDA for Digestive Supplements.