We sometimes eat so many processed, fatty foods and maintain such high stress levels, that our body often can't make enough enzymes to keep our digestive and immune systems functioning efficiently. Digestive enzyme supplements can provide the digestive support needed to promote and maintain overall digestive health.
Digestive enzymes digest our foods and then send the nourishing ingredients to the bloodstream to feed the organs, glands, cells and tissues as well as the brain. Many scientists believe that most "lifestyle" and degenerative diseases, and even aging itself, are simply the lack of a continued and adequate supply of the necessary nutrients required to keep all of the body's systems working properly.
You may be eating healthy, but if your digestive enzymes aren't getting those nutrients to your bloodstream, organs and cells, then you aren't receiving all the benefits of that healthy diet. And those nutrients are what keep all of your systems, particularly your immune system, strong and healthy.
Issues with heartburn or occasional constipation? Our GastroZyme or ReleaseZyme can provide all-natural relief with a potent blend of enzymes and herbs. Read more about how enzymes and probiotics can help alleviate occasional constipation.
Improved digestion of complex carbohydrates
Our digestive enzyme formulas contain a blend of digestive enzymes that support the proper breakdown of foods and help release the nutrients from our food for energy production, cell growth and repair. When foods are not properly digested by your body’s own enzymes and enter the small intestine, this may irritate our digestive tract and allow undigested food or waste to enter the bloodstream. Now our bloodstream has to work to clean up these undigested particles! Ugh. When you take a blend of digestive enzymes (protease, lipase, amylase, lactase, cellulose, etc.) in the form of supplements with a meal, these digestive enzymes work to help support complete digestion and help prevent undigested foods and waste from ending up where they shouldn’t