Digest-Zymes contains microbial and plant derived enzymes to support healthy digestive function and aid in the digestion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates, including fibre and lactose.
Microbial derived enzymes, including amylase, protease, tilactase (lactase) and cellulase, are highly stable and active throughout a wide pH range, making them more active and functional for a longer distance through the digestive tract, when compared to pancreatic enzymes.
Digest-Zymes provides Bromelains, which are a family of proteolytic enzymes derived from pineapple and protease, both of which assist in the digestion of proteins.
Bromelain, combined with digestive enzymes, helps relieve digestive symptoms such as indigestion, flatulence, bloating and the feeling of fullness.
Digest-Zymes contains protease which assists in the digestion of proteins.
Digest-Zymes contains lipase, which assists in the digestion of fats.
Digest-Zymes provides tilactase (Lactase) which assists in the digestion of lactose, the primary sugar found in dairy products.
Digest-Zymes contains amylase which assists digestion of carbohydrates and cellulase that breaks down the plant fibre cellulose.
Digest-Zymes also contains Gentian, a bitter herb which has been traditionally used as a digestive tonic to aid digestion. Gentian has also been used traditionally for the relief of digestive disorders including flatulence, indigestion, bloating and the feeling of fullness.
Aids in the maintenance of general well-being.
Each capsule contains:
Amylase10 thousand DU
Protease60 thousand HUT
Tilactase (Lactase)1.5 thousand ALU
Bromelains1.5 million PU
Gentiana lutea (Gentian) root extract equiv. to dry600mg
Does not contain added egg, milk, peanut, soy, tree nut or animal products, yeast, gluten, lactose, artificial colourings or flavourings.
We make no 'therapeutic claims'. Therapeutic goods are broadly defined by the TGA as products for use in humans in connection with:
• preventing, diagnosing, curing or alleviating a disease, ailment, defect or injury
• influencing inhibiting or modifying a physiological process
• testing the susceptibility of persons to a disease or ailment
• influencing, controlling or preventing conception