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Learn about Lacto-Freedom

A new and unique patented probiotic L. acidophilus MPH734 that aids in the digestion of lactose-containing foods, designed specifically for people with lactose sensitivity. (Inability to tolerate lactose)*  


Why Lacto-Freedom Probiotic?

  • Prevents gas, diarrhea, bloating, and cramps caused by consuming lactose found in milk products. 

  • Take it for only 7 days and the relief lasts for months.

  • Patented, and clinically proven effective.

  • Developed by a pharmacist.


How it works

Taken for only 7 days, Lacto-Freedom stays in the microbiome of the intestines and produces lactase enzyme and digests lactose found in milk products.  It eliminates or greatly reduces the issues associated with consuming lactose products. It provides months of dairy enjoyment without discomfort. 



Lactose Sensitivity

Lactose sensitivity is the inability to properly digest lactose, a sugar found in milk and milk products.  Lactose sensitivity is caused by a deficiency of lactase, the enzyme which is produced by the cells lining the small intestine. Lactase breaks down lactose into two simpler forms of sugar which are then absorbed into the bloodstream. Common foods that are high in lactose include dairy products such as milk, cheese, and ice cream. Lactose is also added to some foods, such as bread and baked goods, cereals, salad dressings, candies, and snacks.  People with lactose sensitivity often experience abdominal pain, gas, bloating, diarrhea, and nausea after consuming lactose-containing foods.  These issues range from mild to severe, based on the amount of lactose consumed and the amount a person can tolerate.  Experts believe lactose sensitivity affects up to 75% of the world’s adult population.

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 sensitive 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 someone 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, people 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. The probiotic is taken for only 7 days and the lactose digesting effects last months.



What others have said about Lacto-Freedom probiotic

"This product has been life changing for me. I received a sample a few months ago and took it for the 7 days. I was a little skeptical since I have always been severely affected by any dairy products with bad cramps, diarrhea etc. Since taking Lacto-Freedom, I now have been symptom free for well over two months now and have been eating and drinking all the dairy products I want."

"Unbelievable results...I picked up a bottle and put it to the test. 1 pill, 3 times a day for 7 days. Easy enough. I waited about 3 or 4 days after I finished my last dosage and cooked up a nice Digiorno cheese pizza. Ate about 3 pieces and chased it with a full glass of milk. What happened next?  Nothing. Not even a growl or rumble.  This stuff works! I've eaten Mexican several times now and it's still holding up. I'm about 3 weeks into it. Not even the single Lactaid pills worked this well for me in the past."

If your lucky enough to have stumbled across this product, give it a try. You won't regret it.

"Worked like a charm! Will buy it again if needed...Ingestion of dairy products caused the typical unpleasant symptoms—cramping, pain, gas, diarrhea. After taking a course of Lacto-Freedom over a week and waiting ten days, I ate ice cream and yogurt again with no problem. It's been over six weeks since that first cautious serving of ice cream, and I can still eat dairy with no problems. I was cautiously optimistic, but now I have firm evidence that Lacto-Freedom works exactly as advertised.

- Jessica S.

- M. Dunn

“Purchased for my girlfriend, she used as directed and it worked perfectly.   Recommend to any with this problem -- without reservation."

- Charles D.

“I was part of the clinical. It worked great. I took it for a week, had to wait another week and then was great for about 2-1/2 months. I just got my second bottle a few weeks ago and I'm back on track. It's funny, I still get so nervous when I eat dairy. Reality hasn't set in yet. Love this product”

- John L, Atty

- Alex M, M.D.

- Allen W


Question?  What can be the cause of my issues after eating dairy foods such as milk, cheese, and ice-cream?

Answer: There are MANY different problems that can cause issues similar to Lactose Sensitivity (not tolerating lactose, or unable to efficiently digest lactose).  Milk protein allergy, gall bladder issues (especially with dairy products with higher fat content such as ice-cream, cheese, or cream), Irritable-Bowel Syndrome, and Colitis. People may also have more than one digestive problem.   Lacto-Freedom will ONLY help people who do not efficiently digest or tolerate lactose (Lactose Sensitivity).


Causes and some problems associated with each cause.  You may have some or all of the problems listed.


Lactose Sensitivity:

Abdominal Cramps / Pain

Gas and Bloating



Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO):


Abdominal Cramps / Pain

Gas and Bloating



Milk Protein Allergy:

Abdominal Cramps / Pain



Skin Rash

Swelling of Lips or Throat

Trouble Breathing


Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Abdominal Cramps / Pain

Bloated Feeling


Diarrhea or Constipation

Mucus in the Stool


Abdominal Cramps / Pain

Diarrhea, with or without blood

Question?  What is a probiotic?

Answer:  Probiotics are live bacteria that are good for your health, especially your digestive system.  We often think of bacteria as something that causes diseases but your body is full of bacteria, both good and bad. Probiotics are often called "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy.  Probiotics are naturally found in your body.  You can also find them in some foods such as yogurt, and supplements.

Question?  How is Lacto-Freedom different from other probiotics?

Answer:  Lacto-Freedom is the ONLY probiotic proven to prevent gas, bloating, diarrhea, and cramps caused by consuming lactose in dairy foods and proven to give months of relief after a short 7-day dosing regimen. Lacto-Freedom Probiotic is a unique strain of patented L. acidophilus MPH734 that produces significantly more lactase enzyme than the common L. acidophilus and is also capable of adhering much better to the intestinal surface. It is patented, and clinically proven to show these unique superior properties.  No other probiotic does that! 


Question?  How is Lacto-Freedom different from lactase supplement tablets?

Answer:  Lactase supplements only last a short time and must be taken with every lactose-containing food.  Lacto-Freedom Probiotic is taken for only 7 days and the lactose digesting effect lasts months. 


Question?  Should I still lactase supplements while taking Lacto-Freedom Probiotic?

Answer:  If you usually take lactase supplements, continue taking them until the probiotic is finished.  Best results may not be seen until a week or so after the probiotic is finished since the probiotic is still multiplying in your intestines.   Depending on the amount of lactose ingested, you may still need lactase supplements if consuming a lot of dairy or lactose all at once.  Eating dairy foods slower will help you digest it more efficiently.    


Question?  Lactase supplements do not help me.  Will Lacto-Freedom help?

Answer:  Probably not, since you most likely have other digestive issues unrelated to a lack of lactase enzyme.  

Question?  Why should it be taken on an empty stomach?

Answer:  Taking it with food or too close to a meal will prevent the probiotic bacteria from attaching to the lining of the intestines and it will be much less effective.  It is very important that Lacto-Freedom is taken ONLY on an EMPTY STOMACH, 1 hour before or 2 hours after eating. Consuming alcohol with the probiotic or while it is still multiplying will lower the bacterial population and also decrease the effectiveness.


Question?  I see the effects last for months, when do I need to repeat another 7 days of Lacto-Freedom Probiotic?

Answer:  When the problems after eating lactose start to return.  During the clinical study, a couple of people started to have mild discomfort at 8 weeks whereas the majority of people still had no discomfort at all while drinking a cup of milk.


Question?  I take another probiotic, can I start Lacto-Freedom Probiotic right away?

Answer:  If you currently take another probiotic, we suggest stopping it for 2 weeks before starting Lacto-Freedom Probiotic.  This will give the Lacto-Freedom Probiotic a better chance of staying in the intestines. 


Question?  Are there any drug interactions with this probiotic?

Answer:  Antibiotics may decrease the effectiveness and duration of the probiotic and you may need to take the probiotic for another 7 days after the antibiotic is finished.


Question?  Are there any side effects of Lacto-Freedom Probiotic? 

Answer:  Some people may experience abdominal cramping or bloating while taking probiotics.  This discomfort is often a sign that the beneficial bacteria are remodeling, detoxifying and improving the gut environment.  These effects may also be the result of the sudden increase of bacteria in the digestive system and should subside once your body becomes accustomed to the probiotic.  If this occurs, stop taking it until the discomfort has subsided then continue taking 1 capsule once or twice a day, instead of three times a day. Increase the dose to three times a day if tolerated.  Continue taking until all 21 capsules are finished.  If intestinal cramps or discomfort do not resolve or if severe, stop taking this product and consult your physician.

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Question?  Does Lacto-Freedom need to be refrigerated?

Answer:  No refrigeration is required.  It should be stored at room temperature, or below, out of direct sunlight away from heat and moisture.


Question?  How large are the capsules?

Answer:  They are a Size 1 capsule which is "medium" in size.

 It measures approximately 0.75 inches by 0.25 inches.

Question?  I have trouble swallowing pills.  What can I do?

Answer:  You can open the capsules and sprinkle the powder in water or juice, gently stir, and drink immediately after.


Question?  I took Lacto-Freedom Probiotic and I still have discomfort after consuming dairy foods, or the effects did not last very long.  

Answer:  There can be many reasons why this can happen:

1.  A deficiency of lactase is not the cause or not the main cause of your discomfort.

2.  Lacto-Freedom may have been taken too close to eating food and/or consuming alcohol which can greatly affect the probiotic's population and attachment to the intestinal wall.

3.  Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is an overabundance of bacteria lining the intestines and may prevent Lacto-Freedom Probiotic from having a chance to attach to the intestinal wall.  In addition the discomfort that SIBO causes is very similar to Intolerance, so SIBO may actually be the issue.     


Question? What are the ingredients in Lacto-Freedom Probiotic?

Answer: Patented Proprietary L. acidophilus MPH734, Microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable cellulose (Capsule), Magnesium Stearate (Vegetable Source) 


Question?  Where is Lacto -Freedom Probiotic manufactured?

Answer:  Made in the USA.

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