DigestMix – the complex processing system!
The components of the DigestMix enzyme complex are digestive enzymes.
Importance of enzymes:
Most enzymes are destroyed during food preparation, so digestive enzymes are missing from the finished food. As a result, the entire digestion falls on the body, and digestive problems can develop that can lead to malabsorption.
Enzymes are essential elements in the digestive process.
As soon as the food enters the mouth, the enzymes immediately begin to break down the food, a process that lasts until the nutrient can be absorbed through the intestinal wall.
Carbohydrate-degrading enzymes: Carbohydrates are
broken down by several enzymes.
The enzyme amylase performs the partial breakdown of starch.
Glucoamylase acts at the end of the starch molecular chain, while amylase allows the breakdown of internal bonds.
Many people have digestive problems after consuming fruits, vegetables and cereals because we are unable to break down the fibers in them, there is no enzyme in our digestive system that breaks down cellulose, so cellulose enters the intestines unchanged from the stomach where intestinal bacteria begin to ferment the fibers.
As a result of fermentation, gas formation and abdominal discomfort may develop.
The cellulase in the product converts the cellulose into glucose, thus greatly contributing to the breakdown of the fibers in the cell walls of fruits, vegetables and cereals.
In order for the body to utilize lactose, it must break it down.
There are two ways to do this: Lactose is broken down in the small intestine by the enzyme lactase, and then its sugar components are absorbed.
The other way: bacteria living in the gut either take up or ferment lactose directly.
In people who lack the right amount of lactase enzyme, the bacterial pathway prevails. However, undigested lactose travels further to the distal part of the intestinal tract. As a result, pain, bloating, cramping, belching, and diarrhea may occur.
Protease enzymes in food are able to cleave the internal bonds of proteins at acidic pH. Thus, the breakdown of proteins begins in the stomach and then
continues in the small intestine, where proteases produced primarily by our own bodies take over.
The protein-degrading enzymes in the product are able to effectively help break down proteins.
Lipase is an enzyme that breaks down fats into fatty acids and glycerin. During fat digestion, fat-soluble nutrients and vitamins will be able to be absorbed and utilized through the intestinal mucosa. Impaired absorption of fat-soluble vitamins is also due to the perfect digestion of fats.
Its active ingredients quickly relieve nausea, vomiting, bloating, stomach and intestinal cramps, and stomach complaints of nervous origin. It facilitates the emptying of bile from the gallbladder, has an antispasmodic and an expectorant effect.
Anise (Pimpinella anisum):
It originates from the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and has been used since ancient Egypt. It is also used as an appetite enhancer, digestive stimulant, gastric, intestinal and biliary agent.
Peppermint, Anise, Gelatin, Vitamin B6.
Enzymes: Amylase, Protease thera, Malt diastase, Glucoamylase, Lipase, Cellulase thera, Lactase, Invertase.
|Active ingredient in the recommended daily intake (3 capsules)|
|Vitamin B6||1.8 mg RDA 90%|
3×1 capsules daily.
– 100 pcs, 250 pcs