Digestion Intensive Chewable
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Digestion Intensive Chewable provides a broad spectrum of digestive enzymes derived from vegetarian sources to support optimal digestion and normal nutrient absorption.
This supplement contains a targeted blend of disaccharidase enzymes that are needed for proper cleaving of sugars including lactose (milk sugar), maltose (from cereal grains), sucrose (table sugar), and amylopectin (starch) molecules into their absorbable monosaccharide forms.
Insufficient disaccharidase production by the small intestine can cause carbohydrate malabsorption and discomfort. Incompletely digested sugars or starch can also be fermented by pathogenic organisms and may contribute to yeast overgrowth and dysbiosis.
Complete Digestive Support:
Protein molecules require multiple enzymes for complete digestion. Proteases degrade proteins into peptides of 10 to 20 amino acids in length. Peptidases then complete the process by splitting peptides into single free-form amino acids that are used by the body. Incompletely digested peptides from casein (casomorphins), gluten (gluteomorphins), soy, or yeast may cause adverse effects in some individuals. Digestion Intensive provides a protease/peptidase complex.
Inflammation of gastrointestinal tissues may result from various causes such as undigested or partially digested food, ingested or endogenous toxins, intestinal pathogens, and exposure to allergenic substances.
In addition to supporting complete digestion of potentially irritating food components, Digestion Intensive supplies serratia peptidase, a unique endopeptidase enzyme that helps protect sensitive gastrointestinal tissue from irritation that can adversely affect tissue health and intestinal comfort.
Directions for Use:
Chew 2 tablets with each meal or as directed by your healthcare professional.
This product may not be appropriate for those with known allergies to Aspergillus enzyme proteins, though non-specific mold allergies do not necessarily preclude use of fungal-based enzymes.