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Disolact lactase

Helps in the digestion of lactose in lactose intolerance

We make our products all by ourselves in Donkerbroek (Friesland). Here we still do a lot of hand work, to make the products as pure as possible. For our lactase capsules, for example, we use only the filler Calcium carbonate in addition to the enzyme lactase. The capsules themselves are made of HPMC (cellulose), making Disolact also suitable for use by vegetarians. Disolact lactase capsules and tablets are filled with the enzyme lactase. We have the following products containing the lactase enzyme:

Depending on your degree of lactose intolerance and the amount of milk product to be consumed, take about 1-3 Disolact lactase tablets or capsules at the same time as the milk product.

Do you have difficulty swallowing capsules? Disolact capsules can be opened by twisting the ends. The powder can then be ingested with some water or you sprinkle it over food.

The Disolact lactase capsules and tablets ensure that the lack of the body’s own enzyme lactase is temporarily replenished. As a result, your lactose intolerance is temporarily eliminated and the Disolact capsules help digest lactose from food.

Disolact lactase capsules and tablets are also suitable for children. If they are not yet able to swallow capsules properly, we recommend opening the capsules and sprinkling the contents of the capsules over food.


  • Disolact capsules and Forte Tabs are packaged in a handy and easy-to-carry tin.
  • Disolact tablets are packaged in a handy dispenser.
  • Disolact capsules and tablets are soya and gluten free.
  • We recommend keeping Disolact capsules and tablets dry and at room temperature.
  • The shelf life of Disolact lactase is three years, after which the FCC value decreases by 5% per year.

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified (TM)

Most of our Disolact lactase products are Low FODMAP Certified (TM) bij the Monash University!

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified (TM) products: FODMAPs are a group of dietary sugars that are indigestible or poorly absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract. Samples of the relevant product[s] have been analysed and were assessed to be low in FODMAPs. Monash University Low FODMAP Certified trade marks used under licence in the Netherlands by Disolut. One serve of this product can assist with following the Monash University Low FODMAP diet TM. A strict low FODMAP diet should not be commenced without supervision from a healthcare professional.

Disolact lactase and pregnancy

No data are known about the use of Disolact lactase or other lactase preparations during pregnancy. Consult your physician if you wish to use Disolact lactase during pregnancy, they have the medical knowledge to give you appropriate advice.


If you suffer from galactosemy (a rare condition) you should on no account use Disolact lactase. The conversion of lactose into glucose and galactose will increase your symptoms. You should therefore consult your doctor or dietician for appropriate advice.


Note! By using Disolact lactase, the lactose will now convert (normally) into glucose, among other things. As you know, the latter has a direct impact on your blood sugar level. You should therefore consult your diabetes nurse or doctor before taking Disolact lactase.

What is lactase?

Lactase is a natural enzyme which breaks down lactose to galactose and glucose in the intestine. Normally everyone has sufficient lactase in the intestines from birth.
However, with age this level of lactase decreases (particularly in Asian and negroid people, this decrease can be very rapid). As a result, they will soon develop a lactose intolerance.