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    Digestive Enzymes

    A lack of digestive enzymes can slow the digestion process and lead to uncomfortable abdominal symptoms.

    Benefits of Digestive Enzymes

    • Supports digestive system and nutrient absorption
    • Reduces digestive discomfort
    • Nut-Free Vegetarian
    • Nut-Free Shellfish-Free
    • Nut-Free Nut-Free
    • Non-GMO Non-GMO
    • Gluten-Free Gluten-Free
    • Fish-free Fish-free
    • Egg-Free Egg-Free

    How Digestive Enzymes works

    When you eat a meal, specialized cells in the body produce digestive enzymes to break down food. Sometimes the body does not make enough enzymes for healthy digestion.Taking a digestive enzyme supplement can support normal digestion, nutrient absorption, and overall health.

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    Breaking it down

    Below we've broken down the main functions of our Digestive Enzymes and the benefits it can provide.

    Digestive Enzymes assist the body in digesting proteins, carbohydrates, and fat so that nutrients from food can be more easily absorbed. (1)

    Indigestion, also called dyspepsia, can lead to uncomfortable symptoms such as bloating and burping (2). Because enzymes are responsible for the breakdown of food, supplementing with digestive enzymes may reduce digestive discomfort.

    What the research says

    Cells in the pancreas, stomach, and salivary glands produce digestive enzymes. Depending on age, stress, lifestyle, and genetics, the body may not make a sufficient amount. Taking digestive enzymes can allow a variety of foods in the diet while preventing indigestion, gas/bloating, and help overall digestive function and nutrient absorption.

    • 1. Ianiro G, Pecere S, Giorgio V, Gasbarrini A, Cammarota G. Digestive Enzyme Supplementation in Gastrointestinal Diseases. Curr Drug Metab. 2016;17(2):187-93.

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    • 2. Symptoms & Causes of Indigestion. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease. Published November 2016. Accessed February 14, 2019.

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    Digestive Enzymes Graph


    Amylase, Protease Blend (I, II and III), Lipase, Lactase, HemiSEB® (a proprietary blend of Hemicellulases, Beta-Glucanase, Xylanase, Pectinase, & Phytase) Cellulase, Maltase, Invertase, Bromelain, Peptizyme SP® (Serrapeptase), Papain & Alpha-Galactosidase, Microcrystalline cellulose and cellulose (vegetarian capsule).

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    Digestive Balance Support, Happy Gut Formula

    Digestive Enzymes Supplement-FACTS