About Colief® Infant Digestive Aid

What does Colief do?

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The addition of Colief Infant Digestive Aid to the baby’s usual milk compensates for possible temporary lactose intolerance in the baby’s digestive system. Colief added to a baby’s usual milk greatly reduces the level of lactose by breaking it down into glucose and galactose before the baby is fed. Studies have shown that the hours of crying may be greatly reduced when a baby’s usual milk is treated with Colief.

What is Colief Infant Digestive Aid?

Colief Infant Digestive Aid is a dietary supplement, which is added directly to infant’s usual milk and may help ease colic-associated crying due to temporary lactose intolerance in infant. The main ingredient in Colief is lactase, a naturally occurring enzyme produced within the small intestine. Colief is not a medication.

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