Lactakalm - Digestive Health for Breastfeeding

£29.99

A mother's milk has its own microbiome, these microbes are transferred to the baby when breastfeeding and can help support the development of their gut health. In some instances, this microbiome can become unbalanced and there is an overgrowth of pathogenic bacteria. This can lead to breast pain and inflammation, making lactation difficult and in some cases, leading to the cessation of breastfeeding.


Lactakalm contains a strain of live bacteria which has been isolated from human breastmilk to support women during breastfeeding.

  • Suitable for women during breastfeeding
  • Each sachet provides 3 billion friendly bacteria 
  • Complements the natural bacteria in breastmilk 
  • Suitable for those on a lactose free diet
  • Free from: Gluten, Lactose and GMO 
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives 

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  • Dairy Free

  • Gluten Free

  • Vegetarian

Who is it for?

Zita West Lactakalm is a friendly bacteria supplement suitable for daily use, specifically formulated to support you during breastfeeding. 

Lactakalm contains 3 billion of the strain Lactobacillus fermentum CECT5716 which complements the natural bacteria found in breastmilk to help mothers continue breastfeeding.

  • Take 1 sachet daily with food 
  • The sachet can be sprinkled over cold food or mix with cold water, juice or milk If mixing with a drink, take after a meal or snack 

For best results if taking with antibiotics: 

  • Take 1 sachet daily, ideally with a meal 2-4 hours after taking your antibiotics 
  • For the 2 weeks after your antibiotic course has finished, continue taking 1 sachet daily

What’s in it?

Each sachet of Lactakalm contains: Maltodextrin, Hereditum® Lactobacillus fermentum CECT 5716, Sucrose and Sodium Ascorbate.

Allergy Advice:
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Caution:

  • Keep out of the reach and sight of children and do not exceed recommended daily intake
  • Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
  • Consult your healthcare professional before taking if you are under medical supervision, on medication.

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