Kerutabs, lactase enzyme food supplement
Kerutabs with lactase promotes the digestion of lactose in people who have difficulty digesting lactose.
Lactase is a body-specific substance that is present in the small intestine and ensures that the lactose, a milk sugar, is split into the easily digestible sugars glucose and galactose. Lactose is present in milk and milk products but also in various other products such as bread, sausage and confectionery. The use of Kerutabs, with lactase enzyme, supports the digestion of milk sugars (lactose) in milk and milk-containing products.
Dosage and use:
Immediately before or during consumption of a lactose-containing product Take Kerutabs with water. Usually 1 or 2 tablets are sufficient. Maximum 3 tablets at a time. Tolerance for lactose is variable. Consult your dietician, pharmacist or doctor or general practitioner about the role of lactose in your diet.
Nutritional supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep in mind that if several lactose-containing meals or products are consumed, the tablets will be taken again. The reason for this is that the lactase is broken down and is active in the intestines for a short time.
Ingredients per tablet (0.3 g): Lactase 4600 FCC * (aspergillus oryzae lactase), fillers: cellulose, magnesium salts of fatty acids; maltodextrin.
Keep Kerutabs at room temperature and out of the sight and reach of children.
More information can be found at www.kerutabs.com
Other information: Kerutabs producer and supplier is ALK Abelló BV, PO Box 60022, 1320 AA Almere, the Netherlands, www.alk.net/nl
*) FCC is the standard for the extent of the ability to digest lactose (US Food Chemical Codex).
Last edited on December 16, 2019