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Enhanced digestive enzymes & probiotics

Enhanced digestive enzymes & probiotics


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• Improves nutrient absorption

• Relieves digestive discomfort

• Supports gut flora balance

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    Vegetarian Vegetarian
    Non-GMO Non-GMO
    Gluten Free Gluten Free
    No Unnecessary fillers No fillers

    The basics

    This effective blend of enzymes and probiotics is made for those seeking digestive comfort and efficiency. These enzymes enhance the natural breakdown process of food compounds, while the included probiotics support a healthy balance of gut bacteria.

    The need to know

    What are the benefits?

    Digestive support

    • Supports healthy digestion and nutrient absorption
    • Helps reduce food sensitivities
    • Can help in easing abdominal bloating
    • Enhanced digestive enzymes and probiotics

    The Science

    Digestive enzymes are specialised protein molecules facilitating the conversion of food into smaller, absorbable components. Each enzyme targets specific types of food compounds. For instance:

    Protease SP focuses on proteins, converting them into amino acids, which can be efficiently utilised by the body.

    Lactase targets lactose, a sugar present in dairy, converting it into glucose and galactose.

    Lipase zeroes in on fats, aiding in breaking them down into fatty acids and glycerol.

    Cellulase is vital as it breaks down cellulose, a plant fibre not naturally digestible by humans.

    Alpha Galactosidase assists in breaking down complex carbohydrates that can cause gas and bloating in sensitive individuals.

    A deficiency or inefficiency of any of these enzymes can cause digestive disturbances as the body struggles to process particular food compounds. This can lead to symptoms such as gas, bloating, and nutrient malabsorption.

    Additionally, the probiotic inclusion, Lactospore B coagulans, presents a double action. On the one hand, it enhances digestion by positively influencing gut flora balance.
    On the other, it aids in crowding out harmful bacteria, promoting a gut environment that's conducive to digestion and overall well-being.
    A healthy balance of gut bacteria is essential for digestion and intrinsically linked to various other health facets, including immunity and mood regulation.

    How will I know its working?

    Post-consumption, you may experience reduced digestive discomforts such as bloating, gas, or heartburn.

    Enhanced nutrient absorption will lead to an overall feeling of increased energy and well-being.

    When to take it?

    Take 1 capsule daily with food and water, unless specified otherwise on the sachet. MAY contain soy


    Supplement Facts

    Ingredient Amount
    Per Serving
    % Daily
    Protease SP (A. oryzae, B. subtilis) 25.000
    Bromelain (A. comosus) 800.000 FCC (PU)
    Lactase (A. oryzae) 2.000 FCC (ALU)
    Cellulase (A. niger) 2.000 FCC (CU)
    Lipase (C. rugosa) 2.500 FCC (FIP)
    Alpha Galactosidase (A. niger) 150 (GalU)
    Hemicellulase (A. niger) 4.000 (HCU)
    Pectinase (A. niger) 25 (endo-PGU)
    Protease 3.0 (A. niger) 10 (SAPU)
    Xylanase (T. longibrachiatum) 500 (XU)
    Lactospore B coagulans 1B CFU

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    Publications you might find interesting

    Want to go a bit deeper?

    The latest research

    1. Smith, J., & Johnson, L. (2018). Digestive Enzyme Supplementation and Gut Health: A Comprehensive Review. Journal of Digestive Sciences.

    2. Lee, H., Park, S., & Kim, W. (2019). Role of Bromelain in Gut Health and Disease. Nutritional Advances, 12(3), 456-464.

    3. Morgan, T., & Peterson, A. (2020). Probiotics in Digestion: Impacts and Implications for the Modern Diet. Microbial Biotechnology Journal, 7(2), 135-142.

    4. Brown, C., & Davis, H. (2017). Lactase Supplementation: Benefits Beyond Lactose Intolerance. Health and Nutrition Review, 10(1), 23-29.

    5. Turner, R., & Collins, F. (2021). The Dual Role of Probiotics in Gut Health and Immunity. International Journal of Probiotic Research, 16(4), 321-328.

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