Raising Children with Lactose Intolerance

Raising Children with Lactose Intolerance

Lactose intolerance is a digestive problem that occurs when the body is unable to digest lactose due to deficiency of lactase ― an enzyme produced in the small intestines. Lactose is a sugar commonly found in breast milk, standard infant formulas, dairy milk and dairy products such as yogurt and cheese.  Is your child lactose intolerant? Scroll down to read more!

Is Etblisse Emil I’Kid suitable for children with lactose intolerance?


Etblisse Emil I’Kid is a lactose-free, value-added product that incorporates natural unrefined brown rice, soya protein, soya lecithin and prebiotics, delivering brain boosting nutrients such as B-vitamin complex, iron and phospholipids. Coupled with Chinese yam and millet, this formulation benefits indigestion and lack of appetite in infants and toddlers aged 12 months old and above.

  1. Dual Action Formula: Nurturing brain development to sustaining a healthy bowel.
  2. Slowly Grinded at Low Temperatures: Mild without rancid flavours.
  3. Fine and Delicate Powder: Bottle feeding friendly, eases digestion and absorption.
  4. Oligosaccharide and Inulin: Support growth of bifidobacteria (good bacteria) in the gut to improve digestion and absorption.
  5. Dairy-free and Gluten-free: Suitable for children with lactose intolerance or gluten allergy.
  6. No added flavourings, preservatives or dextrin.

    Suggested Consumption Method:

    Rice cereal: Mix 5 scoops (50g) in 150ml lukewarm water (avoid hot water) or breast milk. Mix well and serve.
    Beverage: Mix 3 scoops (30g) in 150ml lukewarm water (avoid hot water) or breast milk. Shake well and serve.

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