By adding Delictase Oral Drops® to the baby’s bottle or directly to its mouth, parents are actually sourcing the lactase exogenously, attacking the cause of infant colic and contributing to better nutrition for their babies because lactose will already be partially digested when ingested.
BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) April 02, 2018
Neosante Health Solutions’ Delictase® Oral Drops, a lactase enzyme baby colic dietary supplement that sold millions of units in Europe during 2017, is coming soon to health and wellness e-commerce site RonnieColemanNutrition.com.
Colic affects up to 40 percent of infants, and is most likely caused by gastrointestinal discomfort and intestinal cramping. Excessive crying between six weeks and six months of age is often the clearest signal of a baby experiencing colic.
“We don’t know which babies are lactose intolerant at birth, but all babies with infant colic should use our Delictase Oral Drops®,” Neosante CEO João Santos said. “The mother can then identify if the product is good for the baby at that stage in his or her life, and can help spare the parents many sleepless hours trying to calm a restless baby experiencing the stomach pains and discomfort that accompanies colic.”
Delictase Oral Drops® was developed to address the cause of baby colic and not just the symptoms. Products like Simethicone, teas, herbs or probiotics address the baby’s pain and discomfort, but they don’t address what is causing it. Once a baby is born, several of his or her systems are still developing, including the gastrointestinal system and, more specifically, the baby’s inability to produce lactase, the enzyme responsible for digesting lactose.
Up to five and six months of age, the baby is fed breast milk, formula or a mix of both. Lactose is present in the mother’s milk and in the formula, and lactose is one of the biggest energy sources for a growing infant. Babies that don’t have the ability to produce enough lactase can’t fully digest the lactose ingested, which causes bloating, gas and abdominal pain. Undigested lactose acidifies in the colon and increases the osmotic load, resulting in diarrhea.
“By adding Delictase Oral Drops® to the baby’s bottle or directly to its mouth,” Santos said, “parents are actually sourcing the lactase exogenously, attacking the cause of infant colic and contributing to better nutrition for their babies because lactose will already be partially digested when ingested.
“Don’t just ease the symptoms, attack the cause of infant colic.”
Delictase Oral Drops®, currently sold in more than 20 counties on four different continents, is safe from birth and there’s no need for incubation or refrigeration before use.
For more information on Neosante Health Solutions, visit http://www.neosanth-s.com. Visit http://www.delictsase.com for more info on Delictase Oral Drops®, coming soon to http://www.ronniecolemannutrition.com.