The human study was conducted by Celprogen, Inc. Each participant drank 1 cup (8 oz) of milk. After 2 hours they documented their digestive problems and scored their discomfort. This was called a “milk challenge”.
The participants then took the Lacto-Freedom Probiotic for 7 days.
They repeated the “milk challenge” once a week and documented their digestive problems again and continued this for a total of 2 months. The weekly result averages were put into a chart to demonstrate effectiveness.
Animal Study Efficacy Data
Significantly higher Lactase activity in the digestive tract at 3 months and 6 months at different dosages demonstrate the long lasting effects of Lacto-Freedom Probiotic.
Significantly higher blood glucose levels shows that the Lactose is properly broken down into Glucose and Galactose by the enzyme Lactase and absorbed into the bloodstream causing an elevation in blood glucose levels. Improperly digested Lactose would cause discomfort such as gas, bloating, diarrhea, intestinal cramps, and nausea in addition to lower utilization of the Lactose for energy.
Much higher Lactase levels in the rats' stool shows that the Lactase levels in the digestive tract are much higher than the untreated control group: