Daily Digestive Enzymes are suitable for both vegetarians and vegans. They contain a concentrated form of non-animal sourced enzymes, that are prepared using an advanced fermentation technology on special cultures of nonGMO, nature0identical microorganisms, and enhanced with QuickSorb® for a faster response. QuickSorb®, is Nature's Answer exclusive proprietary blend of herbs (ginger rhizome, amla fruit, capsicum fruit) known to enhance delivery of nutrients to the body. Daily Digestive Enzymes have a broad specificity for the digestion of all types of foods, including protein, fats, carbohydrates, fiber and dairy. They are effective in a broad pH range from 3 to 9, which allows them to work throughout the variations in pH normally found throughout the digestive tract.
Multi-Enzyme Support for Digestion
Protein Enzymes - Acid Stable Protease, Vegetal Analog of Pancreatin (Protease)
Fat Enzymes - Lipase
Carbohydrate Enzymes - Amylase, Amyloglucosidase
Fiber Enzymes - Cellulase, Hemicellulase
Dairy Enzymes - Lactase
The Importance of Enzymes
Digestive Enzymes break down foods, allowing individual nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream. Enzymes ensure that we get the greatest possible nutritional value from foods. Using digestive enzymes ensures that your foods are more completely digested, helping to eliminate potential problems due to toxins, including large undigested food particles.
Digestive enzymes can have different functions, depending on when you take them. If you use them along with food, the enzymes will help to break down the food and digest the meal. If you take digestive enzymes on an empty stomach, they will break down circulating immune complexes (CIC). CIC are responsible for inflammation. Breaking them down helps to support a healthy inflammatory response.
Taking enzyme supplements may aid in the body's production of its own enzymes. The pancreas can recycle and re-circulate enzyme supplements. In essence, digestive enzymes arrest the process responsible for inflammation. Stress, aging and other factors can decrease the amount of digestive enzymes available to the body, while supplementing with enzymes can replenish the body's enzyme store.