A new and unique patented probiotic that aids in the digestion of lactose containing foods, designed specifically for people with lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest lactose, a sugar found in milk and milk products. Currently, patients with lactose intolerance are limited to two mediocre options for managing their lactose intolerance. Attempting to avoid all lactose containing foods is difficult, time-consuming, embarrassing, and a nuisance for individuals and it ultimately can result in a deficiency of calcium and vitamin D which can lead to osteoporosis.  They would also miss out on many enjoyable foods. Some lactose intolerant patients choose to take lactase supplements at the start of every lactose containing meal.  This option can be expensive, a hassle, and embarrassing especially when dining out.
Unfortunately a person may not even be aware that their meal contains lactose, since lactose is added to a lot of different foods such as bread and baked goods, cereals, salad dressings, candies, and snacks.  This can result in some one unknowingly ingesting lactose even when they have either tried to avoid all lactose containing foods or skipped a supplement with the belief the meal was lactose free. With Lacto-Freedom™ probiotic, patients may enjoy dairy products and lactose containing products without experiencing abdominal pain, gas, abdominal bloating, diarrhea, and nausea…and without the hassle of taking lactase supplements with every lactose containing meal.
Lactose intolerance patients may ENJOY dairy products and lactose containing foods WITHOUT discomfort. A brief 7 day regimen of Lacto-Freedom™ Probiotic has shown in animal studies to have a LONG LASTING effect of full 6 months.
This website is published by Manzo Pharmaceuticals, LLC which is solely responsible for its contents. I have had a very positive response to our story, experiences and organizational system from parents and some health organizations who's focus is Diabetes awareness and education. To use this sheet: If you use several of these for multiple members of your family, start by writing names at the top in the space provided.

So I hope this is useful to anyone who has been newly diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes or is just looking for some ideas to better organize your care. Watch the video below to see how I use a binder system to organize our son's Diabetes care. After being taken for only 24 hours, this probiotic stays in the intestines and produces lactase for at least 3 months. Lactose intolerance is caused by a deficiency of lactase, the enzyme which is produced by the cells lining the small intestine.
The patient would take this probiotic for a short amount of time (24 hours) and the effects last for 3 months or more. If our story helps or inspires just one individual that would be great but to impact many is well, just wonderful.
Then fill in the lower and higher doses as outlined by your Diabetes doctor according to your sliding scale.
Include everything you need to have on hand to manage your Diabetes - Insulin, needles or pen tips, lancers, test strips, emergency supplies like Glucagon.
Now he relies on blood tests and insulin injections at least 4 times a day just to stay alive.We are raising money to help fund Diabetes Research so one day there might be a cure. Lactase breaks down lactose into two simpler forms of sugar which are then absorbed into the bloodstream.
Beside this list add your Rx numbers is applicable and then how many refills you have left.
Except for the medication log sheet, it was aimed primarily at families with Type 1 Diabetes, so I thank you if you made it all the way down to the bottom of this post.

Common foods that are high in lactose include dairy products such as milk, cheese, and ice cream.
The second or middle section is to add specifics about what medication was taken - brand, type, strength, etc. I will continue to talk about Diabetes throughout November and as usual, leading up to our annual JDRF walk in June.
Lactose is also added to some foods, such as bread and baked goods, cereals, salad dressings, candies, and snacks.
Add any notes, questions or concerns you may have so that you remember when speaking to one of these healthcare professionals. Patients with lactose intolerance often experience abdominal pain, gas, bloating, diarrhea, and nausea after consuming lactose containing foods. Symptoms range from mild to severe, based on the amount of lactose consumed and the amount a person can tolerate. If this is a recurring dose, say a ten day cycle of antibiotics just add the planned times and note any changes or missed doses should they occur.
Experts believe lactose intolerance affects up to 75% of the world’s adult population.

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