LACTOSE-FREE CALCIUM-ENRICHED MILK

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Lactose-free +50% calcium
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Lactose-free calcium-enriched milk

The market’s first lactose-free calcium-enriched milk

What is lactose intolerance? Lactose intolerance is the relative or absolute inability of the body to digest lactose (natural sugar present in milk). This sugar must first be digested by a molecule called “lactase” which is produced in the small intestine and enables the absorption of the smaller sugars (glucose and galactose) which make it up and which otherwise would not be absorbed. Lactose intolerance occurs when the body does not produce lactase or produces it in small amounts. Currently more and more people suffer from lactose intolerance. When a person suffers from lactose intolerance, they may notice intestinal discomfort, such as colics, gases, nausea, etc. after ingesting milk or dairy products. All the best of milk, with 0% lactose and the boost in calcium your body needs. For those looking for a lactose-free product who do want to give up the benefits of milk, Central Lechera Asturiana has released its Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk, a unique product on the market, which has 0% lactose and also provides 50% of your daily calcium needs in a single glass. In addition, it contains vitamin D, which contributes to the proper absorption and use of calcium.

Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched milk is:

Effective Because it’s lactose free, it is easier for you to digest, since it is appropriate for any degree of lactose intolerance. In addition, it contains vitamin D, which contributes to the proper absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus. It is important to remember that without a sufficient amount of vitamin D, the body must use the calcium reserves in the bones, thus weakening the existing bones and limiting the development and strengthening of new, strong bone.
Asociación de Intolerantes a la Lactosa
  Recommended by the Spanish Association for the Lactose Intolerant (ADILAC).   Natural Because our milk comes for cows which feed in the best pastures. Easy When milk and dairy product consumption is reduced, there is an increased concern as to whether we are ingesting enough calcium in our diet, particularly for children, pregnant women and the elderly. With a single glass of Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk you receive 50% of the calcium you need for the day. Taste You can drink Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk on its own or with coffee, chocolate or whatever you like…since it has all the flavour of the best Central Lechera Asturiana milk.

Lactose-free

nutritional information for every 100ml

Energy
46 kcal (195kj)
Fat
1,55g
of which saturated
1,05g
Carbohydrates
4,7g
of which sugars
4,7g
Protein
3,4g
Salt
0,2g

logistic information

Product
Product Lactose-free
Internal Code
11543
Sale unit
Unidad/Pack 6
EAN code
8410297115318
EAN box code
8410297115356
Sale unit size (HxWxL)
8,3×7.3×25 cm
Units per box
6
Size / box (HxWxL)
22,5x17x15 cm
Boxes per layer
24
Shelf life
3 months

Each 250g serving contains

Energy
  • 115
  • 5,75%
Fat
  • 3,88g
  • 5,54%
Saturates
  • 2,63g
  • 13,13%
Sugar
  • 11,75g
  • 13,06%
Salt
  • 0,5g
  • 8,33%
of an adult’s guideline daily amount.

Lactose-free 0%

nutritional information for every 100ml

Energy
34 kcal (143kj)
Fat
0,1g
of which saturated
0,07g
Carbohydrates
4,8g
of which sugars
4,8g
Protein
3,4g
Salt
0,2g

logistic information

Product
Lactose-free 0%
Internal Code
11531
Sale unit
Unidad/Pack 6
EAN code
8410297115349
EAN box code
8410297115363
Sale unit size (HxWxL)
7,3×8,3×25 cm
Units per box
6
Size / box (HxWxL)
22,5x17x25 cm
Boxes per layer
24
Shelf life
3 months

Each 250g serving contains

Energy
  • 85,0
  • 4,25%
Fat
  • 0,25g
  • 0,36%
Saturates
  • 0,18g
  • 0,88%
Sugar
  • 12,0g
  • 13,33%
Salt
  • 0,5g
  • 8,33%
of an adult’s guideline daily amount.

Lactose-free 1,5L

nutritional information for every 100ml

Energy
45 kcal (190kj)
Fat
1,55g
of which saturated
1,0g
Carbohydrates
4,65g
of which sugars
4,65g
Protein
3,15g
Salt
0,1g

logistic information

Product
Product Lactose-free 1,5L
Internal Code
11531
Sale unit
Unidad/Pack 6
EAN code
8410297115363
EAN box code
84107115363/dd>
Sale unit size (HxWxL)
7,3×8,3×25 cm
Units per box
6
Size / box (HxWxL)
22,5x17x25 cm
Boxes per layer
24
Shelf life
3 months

Each 250g serving contains

Energy
  • 112,5
  • 5,63%
Fat
  • 3,88g
  • 5,54%
Saturates
  • 2,5g
  • 12,5%
Sugar
  • 11,63g
  • 12,92%
Salt
  • 0,25g
  • 4,17%
of an adult’s guideline daily amount.

Find out answer to your questions

What is Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk? It is lactose-free cow’s milk enriched with calcium and vitamin D appropriate for any degree of lactose intolerance. What is lactose? Lactose is a sugar present in the milk of all mammals – cows, goats, sheep and humans – and is also found in many prepared foods. It is a sugar in natural milk composed of glucose and galactose. It is a molecule produced in the small intestine, which works to break down lactose into two components (glucose and galactose) so that they can be absorbed by the intestine. What is lactose intolerance? Why does it happen? Lactose intolerance is the relative or absolute inability of the body to digest lactose (natural sugar present in milk). This sugar must be first digested by a molecule called “lactase” which is produced in the small intestine and enables the absorption of the smaller sugars (glucose and galactose) which make it up and which otherwise would not be absorbed. Lactose intolerance occurs when the body does not produce lactase or produces it in small amounts. What are the symptoms? People with lactose intolerance notice symptoms after drinking milk, dairy products or other products containing lactose. The amount of lactose which causes symptoms varies from person to person. The most common symptoms are:
  • Bloating
  • Abdominal pain (lower part of the stomach)
  • Flatulence
  • Diarrhoea
These symptoms may be associated with other intestinal ailments such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, and so it is important to consult your doctor to make the correct diagnosis of this condition. How much Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk can I consume? The recommended amount of dairy for people with lactose intolerance is the same as for anyone else. The Spanish Society for Community Nutrition (SENC) recommends consuming 2-4 servings of dairy per day, with one glass of milk considered to be a serving. As such, since the milk is low in fat, enjoy as many servings of dairy as you want with Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk How many calories are in a glass of Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk? One glass (250ml) of Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk contains 115 Kcal, and so it is considered a suitable food within a low-calorie diet. Can someone with lactose intolerance consume other types of dairy? The seriousness of the symptoms varies depending on the amount of lactose ingested and the individual level of tolerance. There are people who can take small amounts of lactose in yogurts or cheeses. Do people with lactose intolerance consume less calcium? For those with lactose intolerance, there is a risk of decreased consumption of calcium, particularly for children, pregnant women and the elderly. The most common sources of calcium are milk and dairy products. Calcium is a mineral the body needs to have strong teeth and bones. To absorb calcium, your body needs vitamin D. With a single glass of Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk you receive 50% of the calcium you need for the day. In addition, it contains vitamin D, which contributes to the proper absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus. Is Central Lechera Asturiana’s Lactose-Free Calcium-Enriched Milk for any degree of lactose intolerance? Yes, since it is lactose-free it can be consumed by anyone with lactose intolerance. Is lactose intolerance the same as an allergy to the protein in milk? No. Sometimes lactose intolerance is confused with an allergy to cow’s milk. An allergy to milk is a reaction of the immune system to one or more of the proteins in milk (caseins and seroproteins). When milk, dairy products or products with cow’s milk proteins are consumed there is an immediate allergic reaction. Among the most common symptoms are rashes and digestive problems or a combination of the two followed by respiratory problems and anaphylaxis. This type of allergy frequently occurs in the first year of life, while lactose intolerance is more frequent in adults. How should this product be stored? The product should be stored in a cool, dry place but does not require refrigeration as long as the container’s seal is not broken. Once opened, it should be kept in the refrigerator and consumed within two or three days.
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