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Digestive Enzymes

Digestive Enzymes

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Digestive Enzyme Complex is meticulously formulated to enhance digestion and optimize nutrient absorption, which can be particularly beneficial for menopausal women who may experience digestive changes.

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    KEY BENEFITS

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    Supports Healthy Digestion

    There is evidence that the digestive enzyme pancrelipase can support normal digestion.

    Supports Normal Nutrient Absorption

    Your body's digestive enzymes are mostly responsible for this. Digestive enzymes support the breakdown and absorption of nutrients.

    Energy Support

    You might find that you have more energy when the nutrients you get from food are being utilised properly. The body is robbed of the energy it may use for other metabolic activities by dormant absorption. Digestive enzymes can support the conversion of carbohydrates into glucose, which is a necessary sugar component for the body to use as an energy source. You might benefit from taking an amylase-containing supplement to promote the normal conversion of sugars into energy.

    Supports a Healthy Digestive System

    The little cells that lining your intestines are responsible for absorbing the nutrients from your diet. When food isn't processed properly, these larger, undigested particles might start to push against and breach cell membranes. This might result in irritation of the lining of your intestines and even other parts of your body, which is bad for your health. Digestive enzyme supplements can aid in normal digestion.

    KEY INGREDIENTS DESCRIPTION

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    Aspergillopepsin

    Since DPP-IV is more adept at removing these possibly immunotoxic peptides, aspergillopepsin first breaks down longer proteins into shorter peptides

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    Galactosidase alpha

    Three sugars are joined to a fatty substance to form the molecule globotriaosylceramide, which is broken down by the enzyme A. As part of the regular recycling of old red blood cells (erythrocytes) and other types of cells, this molecule gets broken down.

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    Pectinase

    By breaking down the cell wall enzymatically, pectinase is used to extract, clarify, filter, and depectinize fruit juices and wines. It is also used to macerate fruits and vegetables and remove the inner wall of lotus seed, garlic, almond, and peanut.

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    Peptidase

    By hydrolyzing peptide bonds in proteins and peptides, peptidases are catalytically active proteins (enzymes).