FAQs: Who can take Lactezin

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Lactoferrin is considered GRAS (generally regarded as safe) by the US FDA, although there are no clinical studies that specifically test lactoferrin in pregnant or breastfeeding women. Lactoferrin is actually found in human breast milk, and bodily fluids from the eye, nose, respiratory tract, and intestine. In addition, lactoferrin is present in infant milk formulation to simulate the endogenous lactoferrin from natural breast milk.

    Vitamin E is naturally found in food and is a known antioxidant. It is safe for consumption for pregnant and breastfeeding women with a daily recommended allowance (RDA) of 22.4 IU and 28.5 IU, respectively. The total daily dose of vitamin E in Lactezin does not exceed the RDA.

    Similarly, zinc is an essential mineral naturally present in various foods. It is safe for consumption for pregnant and breastfeeding women with a daily recommended allowance of 11 mg and 12 mg, respectively. As with vitamin E, the total daily dose of zinc in Lactezin does not exceed the RDA.

    As a general reminder, we recommend that you consult your doctor before taking any medicine, including vitamins. Your doctor will be in the best position to advise what is the most suitable based on your age, health status and nutritional needs.
    Lactoferrin + d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate +Zinc is the generic name of Lactezin.

    ASC Ref. No. U036P051517L

  • A: We conducted clinical studies on adolescents ages 13 to 20, and found that Lactezin can help treat acne and was well tolerated.

    As a general reminder, we recommend that you consult your doctor before taking any medicine, including vitamins. Your doctor will be in the best position to advise what is the most suitable based on your age, health status and nutritional needs.

    Lactoferrin + d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate +Zinc is the generic name of Lactezin.

    ASC Ref. No. U037P042517L

  • A: Yes. We conducted clinical studies on both men and women ages 13 to 20, and found that Lactezin can treat acne and was well tolerated.

    As a general reminder, we recommend that you consult your doctor before taking any medicine, including vitamins. Your doctor will be in the best position to advise what is the most suitable based on your age, health status and nutritional needs.

    Lactoferrin + d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate +Zinc is the generic name of Lactezin.

    ASC Ref. No. U040P051517L

  • A: The Lactoferrin (extracted from fresh milk) in Lactezin is highly purified and contains only very small amounts of other milk proteins and is not expected to cause symptoms associated with lactose intolerance [1,2].

    Our clinical studies showed that Lactezin has a very good safety profile equivalent to placebo. As a general reminder, we recommend that you consult your doctor before taking any medicine, including vitamins. Your doctor will be in the best position to advise what is the most suitable based on your age, health status and nutritional needs.

    Lactoferrin + d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate +Zinc is the generic name of Lactezin.

    ASC Ref No. U033P04217L

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