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Feel Good Lactium (Milk Protein Hydrolysate)
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Feel Good Lactium is a new and unique food supplement made of milk protein hydrolysate that reduces stress.It stimulates the brain to help release an amino acid called “GAMMA-AMINO BUTYRIC ACID (GABA)”, which inhibits release of the “stress hormones”: Adrenalin and Cortisol. With the inhibitions of these stress hormones, physical stress manifestations such as anxiety/nervousness, increased blood pressure, pimple outbreaks, hairloss, fatique, eating and sleeping disorders and alike are manifested. Thus even under stressful situations, one manage to be relaxed, focused and show no sign of stress at all.
Is Feel Good Lactium safe for you? Numerous clinical studies have confirmed that Feel Good Lactium is completely harmless, non-addictive and has zero side effects.A food supplement that can be taken daily, FDA registered under BFAD FR No 85114.It is proven to be safe even for lactose intolerant people.
Feel Good Lactiumpresents no danger to health at the recommended doses. It does not have any side-effects, in terms of either habituation or sedation. It is a milk protein hydrolysate and is therefore hypoallergenic. Feel Good Lactium does not cause any addiction.Neither does it have any toxic effect on the body, even at high doses. Feel Good Lactium also modulates blood pressure increase during stressful situation but not the ambulatory blood pressure (hypertension). Thus, Feel Good Lactium does not have an antihypertensive or hypotensive effect. Being natural, it is totally harmless.
Does drinking milk have a similar effect as taking Feel Good Lactium? – No. The enzymes (Trypsin) present in babies digestive systems are responsible for the release of bioactive peptide with relaxing properties called alpha-casozepine. However, it is only released by neonates but not in adults. The enzymatic system in adult needs to be much more complex and cannot allow the quantitative delivery of this specific sequence from the protein.