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Has anyone ever tried Lactagen? I took the program a couple months back and since then I’ve been able to enjoy dairy without having any symptoms. Has this been true for anyone else?

Seriously I haven’t heard of anyone else that’s taken this program or even talked about it and I have to wonder why this is such a secret to everyone?!?!? I mean I feel absolutely great now and I can eat anything. What’s up people am I the only one? Has it failed for anyone?
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replied June 14th, 2009
I am sorry, but I am unfamiliar with this product.

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replied June 18th, 2009
Dr. Robert Wascher,

You should really look into lactagen. It's a product that I believe will change the way we deal with lactose intolerance. I mean I've been eating dairy completely symptom free for 3 months, and nothing else I've found has been able to offer these results. I'm very interested in watching this product's growth in the near future.
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replied June 18th, 2009
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what about those pills they have in the pharmacy for lactose intolerant people.
there was a time i drank a lot of milk, cereal and i was so gassy. i took the pills and i didnt have any more problems. it was embarrassing having to pass gas every minute and you cant control it.
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replied July 2nd, 2009
Haha, I know what you mean. Which pills are you referring to though? The only pills I'm aware of are the lactaid..etc pills which you have to take every time you want to eat dairy. The program that I did was a one time program. I can now eat pizza and ice cream like a normal person, no more pills for me again, but I'm glad you were able to get relief from them.
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replied July 14th, 2009
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I am also unfamiliar with the Lactagen supplement.I will have to try it and see how it works for me, because I have tried taking the Lactaid pills when eating dairy and they just don't work. I have noticed that I can't properly digest Lactose, so I have been keeping away from dairy for months now. I have been to a Gastrointernologist because I have been experiencing symptoms such as constant nausea, gas, indigestion, fatigue. I was informed about many intestinal problems; including IBS, Celiac Disease, and Crohn's Disease. So my problem may be deeper than just Lactose intolerance, but I will try the supplement sometime and see if it works for me.
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replied July 16th, 2009
Sorry to hear that keepthefaith. Luckily I only had problems digesting lactose. Hopefully you don't have anything more serious, I know Crohn's disease can be pretty rough. If you decide to give lactagen a try though, and at least you won't have to worry about dairy anymore lol. Good luck!
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