We can only get the full benefit of food and nutritional supplements if our body has enough enzymes to properly digest the nutrients and can perfectly absorb them. Understanding the importance of digestive health, making healthy changes in our lifestyle, and choosing quality supplements to handle the digestive issues are among the most important things we can do for ourselves. May help:

  • Improve immunity
  • Promote feelings of well being
  • Enchance performance and muscle growth
  • Support lipolysis and fat-loss
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Digestive enzymes are special molecules that your body uses to break down food into nutrients, which are then absorbed into the bloodstream from the intestines. So without them our body will be unable to obtain nutrients from food. Our digestive health constantly changes over our lifespan, depending on how healthy our lifestyle, and overall habits are. The digestive system can be severely affected and disrupted by disease, emotional stress, antibiotics and other drugs, or a diet high in processed foods, that can diminish the enzymes in your stomach necessary for proper digestion. Proper digestion of food is important for our health and when digestion is limited in any way, disease can result. In addition, deficiencies in digestive enzymes and improper digestion harms our inner ecosystem, and can result in decreased energy, impaired immune system, fat accumulation, and muscle loss.

Many people have begun to take supplements to increase their levels of digestive enzymes support proper digestion of nutrients and improve the body’s ability to access and use food nutrients for energy, cell growth and repair. By improving one\'s digestion, digestive enzyme supplements will often reduce gas, heartburn, and improve regularity.


Each digestive enzymes is involved in the digestion of either proteins, fats, or carbohydrates:

  • Protease, Peptidase, Papain and Bromelaine are involved in the digestion for dietary proteins, thus support muscle building, and  healthy immune system function.
  • Amylase, Cellulase, Invertase, and Lactase are involved in the digestion carbs. Amylase breaks down starches, glycogen and polysaccharides. Cellulase can break down certain types if fibers. Invertase breaks down sucrose, and lactase breaks down lactose (milk sugar).
  • Lipase is involved in the digestion for dietary proteins fats, lipids and improves fat utilization, and supports gallbladder function
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