Improves Your Digestion, Increase Your Nutrient Absorption and Reduces the Side Effects of Poor Digestion.
- 15 enzymes help you better digest foods and their components, such as: proteins, carbohydrates, sugars, starches, fibers, fats; and even hard-to-digest foods such as: dairy products, grains and legumes
- Improves and optimizes digestion
- Boosts nutrient absorption
- Alleviates gas, bloating heartburn, digestive discomfort and more
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Never fear another food! From spicy meals to rich desserts, enjoy healthy, comfortable digestion.
One of the most common health problems in North America today is poor digestion. Studies suggest that more than 95 million Americans suffer from poor digestion and this problem increases with age. You may be one of them. Rather than radical lifestyle changes, our digestive enzyme supplement can help you eat the foods you love without discomfort, and enable you to better absorb all the health-boosting nutrients you need to feel strong and healthy.
Digestive Enzymes is a comprehensive enzyme formula targeting the complete digestion of foods and their components, such as: proteins, carbohydrates, sugars, starches, fibers, fats; and even hard-to-digest foods such as: dairy products, grains and legumes.
Our digestive enzyme formula is clinically proven to reduce:
- Bloating and Flatulence
- Food allergies
- Bad bacteria
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Decreased energy
- Lowered immune response
The digestion of food involves a complex system of organs, hormones and enzymes. Many people have difficulty digesting foods and this problem increases with age. The incomplete or partial digestion of foods can lead to poor digestion, reduced absorption of nutrients, and uncomfortable side effects. Often, this is due to lack of digestive enzymes. Digestive enzyme deficiencies can have many causes:
- Disease or pancreatic problems
- Poor diet
- Processed and preserved foods
- Prescription drugs
- Inflammation of the colon
Digestive Enzymes is a comprehensive enzyme formula specifically formulated to improve digestion, increase nutrient absorption and reduce the side effects of poor digestion.
- Amylase, malt diastase, glucoamylase, lactase, invertase, alpha-galactosidase cellulase and CereCalase™ enzymes enable a thorough and complete breakdown of a broad array of carbohydrates. This helps the body utilize food and helps reduce gas and bloating caused by undigested fibers, starches and sugars
- High potency of proteases, including pertidase, helps ensure the complete digestion of proteins throughout the digestive tract, which creates greater protein and amino acid bioavailability
- Three types of protease enzymes are active at pH levels of 6.0, 4.5 and 3.0, allowing enzyme activity even in the low pH (acid content) of the stomach
- Amylase, malt diastase and glucoamylase aid the digestion of starches such as pasta and potatoes
- Lactase, invertase and alpha-galactosidase help to digest table sugar and the sugars in vegetables, whole grains, dairy and legumes
- Cellulase and CereCalase™ helps to break down the cell walls of grains, fruits and vegetables
- Lipase enzyme is included to help with digestion of fats (lipids)
- Bromelain and Papain are proteolytic enzymes that digest protein. They also have anti-inflammatory properties that can decrease swelling and inflammation in the colon
- 100% Vegetarian. All 15 enzymes in the formula are derived from non-animal sources
- Made from patented and trademarked N-Zimes™ enzymes, manufactured by National Enzyme Company®
Probiotics vs Prebiotics vs Digestive Enzymes
Probiotics are bacteria found in the digestive tract. They are essential for good health as they balance the digestive environment, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, promote digestive health and boost immune function. When buying probiotics, look for a probiotic blend that delivers 5-35 billion live organisms to the intestinal tract. Though it may sound like a lot, keep in mind that your digestive system needs trillions of good bacteria to stay on an even keel, so don't be put off by the number of zeros involved!
Prebiotics is a special form of dietary fiber that stimulate the growth and maintenance of good bacteria (probiotics) in the digestive system. Put simply, prebiotics are food for probiotics. Taking prebiotics helps probiotics work better and more efficiently. For this reason, a probiotic blend is much more beneficial when mixed with prebiotics.
Digestive Enzymes taken orally or produced by the body break down food into digestible nutrients so the food can be absorbed and utilized by the body. Everything we eat: - dairy, meats, vegetables, liquids, and so on - has to be broken down into their nutrient pieces so their nutrients can be absorbed. Nutrients such as amino acids (from proteins), fatty acids and cholesterol (from fats), and simple sugars (from carbohydrates), as well as vitamins, minerals, and a variety of other plant and animal compounds all must go through this process. If we don't have enough digestive enzymes in the body, we cannot adequately break down our food—which means even though we’re eating well, we are not absorbing all that we can from our food.
To maximize the heatlh of your digestive system, you may wish to combine Digestive Enzymes with a probiotic blend. To learn more about Ultra Probiotic Formula, click here.
As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 vegetarian capsule daily immediately prior to eating a meal, or as directed by a medical professional.
Please consult with a health care professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a medical condition, are currently taking prescription drugs, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.