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Product Reviews Found:
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1.Lactose Intolerance supplements in Review of Products for Lactose Intolerance (Lactase Enzymes and Lactose-Free Milks)
2.Lactose Intolerance supplements in How Products Were Evaluated, See the methods used by ConsumerLab.com to test specific types of dietary supplements and other health products
3.Lactose Intolerance supplements in Digestive Enzyme Supplements *
4.Lactose Intolerance supplements in Probiotics (for Adults, Children and Pets) and Kefirs


Encyclopedia Articles Found: (Articles do not mention brands)
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1.Lactose Intolerance
2.Intestinal Gas
3.Colic
4.Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS)
5.Diarrhea
6.Conditions
7.Brewer s Yeast
8.Peppermint


ConsumerLab.com Answers to Questions Found:
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1.Do probiotics help with lactose intolerance? 
2.Which supplements can cause diarrhea? 
3.Which supplements can help with indigestion and/or heartburn? 
4.Which supplements are helpful to have when traveling? Any tips on how to best store supplements on trips? 
5.What is Noopept? Can it really improve memory and cognition, and is it safe?  


Clinical Updates Found:
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Recalls and Warnings Found:
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1.Most Milk Free of Drug Residue, FDA Study Shows (Posted: 03/06/2015)
2.Metagenics Enzyme Supplement Recalled Due To Drug Risk (Posted: 10/12/2013)
3.Prebiotic and Digestive Enzyme Supplement Recalled Due To Drug Risk (Posted: 10/11/2013)
4.Lactase Enzyme Supplement Recalled (Posted: 02/01/2013)


News Releases Found:
2016 06/15/201628% of Protein Powders and Drinks Fail ConsumerLab.com's Tests of Quality
2015 11/06/2015Some Surprising Results from Tests of 43 Probiotic Supplements and Kefir Drinks
2011 10/31/2011Supplements for lactose intolerance vary in strength and cost, and some offer no benefit, according to ConsumerLab.com