General Broad Spectrum Digestive Enzyme
✓ Carb, fat and protein digestion
✓ Gas & bloating
✓ Plant-based enzyme
✓ Lactase for lactose intolerance
two volunteers were reduced by 17%, 15%, and 23% respectively (p < 0.05) in contrast to those aged 36.
This decrease in exocrine pancreatic output suggests that the need for enzyme supplementation increases as one ages. Other factors that affect enzyme production are the ingestion of exogenous toxins such as alcohol, which further contributes to a reduction in pancreatic enzyme (especially lipase) production.
Chronic disease states, such as rheumatoid arthritis and Sjogrens, can also lead to a decrease in bicarbonate
and trypsin release, resulting in sub-clinical exocrine pancreatic output.
Exposure to toxins, chronic diseases, and simple aging, together or individually, can disrupt pancreatic output thereby adversely affecting the process of digestion, absorption, and elimination. This in turn leads to a variety of
gastrointestinal problems, including gas, bloating, nausea, feelings of fullness, and the inevitable malabsorption of foodstuffs. Oral enzymes play a key role in ensuring that nutrients from foods are properly digested so that the body may correctly utilize them.
Biozyme (digestion enzyme) was created to provide a comprehensive variety of enzymes required by the body for proper digestion and for the treatment of Dysbiosis. This enhanced formula contains alkaline, neutral, and acid proteases that are
designed to work in a wider range of gastrointestinal pHs thus allowing greater protein digestibility. As well, the addition of acid stable lipase assists in the complete breakdown of fats, thereby eliminating gastrointestinal gas and
• Amylase (48mg) 4800 FCC DU
• Lipase (20mg) 100 FCC LU
• Lactase (60mg) 300 FCC ALU
• Cellulase (15mg) 75 FCC CU
• Invertase (3mg) 15 FCC INVU