Full Spectrum Digestive Enzymes- Life Choice
Broad spectrum means the complete digestion of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates, as well as fiber in the diet. Unless you eat an 80% raw foods diet, it is likely that undigested processed foods are accumulating in your arteries and in your digestive tract. This is the dual purpose of taking daily enzyme supplements: complete digestion and uncompromised blood circulation.
This new formula is the most bio-advanced enzyme on the market today.
Acid maltase: Breaks down malt sugar.
Alpha-Amylase: Breaks down starch.
Alpha-galactosidase: Breaks down complex carbohydrates, prevents intestinal gas.
Beet (root): Helps the kidneys and liver to process the amino acid known as SAM-e.
Bromelain: Proteolytic enzyme from pineapple; breaks down proteins, reduces inflammation, and treats indigestion.
FOS (Chicory root): Increases the flow of bile, supporting digestion.
Glucomylase: Break down carbohydrates.
Invertase: Breaks down sugars.
Kale: Prevents constipation promoting regularity and a healthy digestive tract.
L-Lysine (fermented): Supports the production of other proteins such as enzymes, antibodies and hormones.
Lactase: Breaks down lactose in milk to make it possible for people with lactose intolerance to consume dairy without digestive problems.
Lipase: Breaking down lipids (fats), in particular triglycerides, fat in the diet.
Ox Bile: Bile helps digest the fats you eat, and aids in absorption of fat soluble vitamins.
Pancreatic enzymes (Amylase, Lipase, Protease): Relieves symptoms of indigestion (eg, feeling of fullness, gas, bloating); helps the body to digest protein, starch, and fat.
Papain: From papaya, helps break down proteins such as meat, also decreases swelling and inflammation in the colon; useful for with Crohn’s or celiac disease and ulcers.
Peppermint: Aids in digestion, activates an anti-pain channel in the colon, (TRPM8), and reduces the pain linked to spicy foods.
Pepsin: Breaks down proteins found in meat, eggs, dairy and other foods.
Protease 3.0, 4.5, 6.0: Breaks down the peptide bonds in the protein foods separating the various amino acids needed by the body.
Protease (I & II): Breaks down proteins.