Glutalytic®(Bacillus subtilis sp., Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus oryzae), IDLife Amylase Complex [Fungal Amylase (Aspergillus oryzae), Bacterial Amylase (Bacillus amyloliquefaciens)], ProHydrolase®, Peppermint Powder, Lactase (Aspergillus oryzae), Lipase (Candida rugosa), Papain (Carica papaya), Xylanase(Trichoderma longibrachiatum), Alpha Galactosidase (Aspergillus niger), DE111® Bacillus subtilis
Digestive Support contains a unique blend of enzymes intended to help the digestive system break down proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and even fiber. Our Digestive Support formula is active in a broad range of stomach acidity; a variable, if not addressed, that can fail to provide help in the digestion of protein. This new proprietary formula also includes three trademarked and clinically studied enzyme blends (Glutalytic®, ProHydrolase® and DE111® Bacillus subtilis) that support the healthy digestion of gluten, supports regularity and when combined with IDNutrition Probiotic, supports healthy immune function and normal fat metabolism.
Benefits of Digestive Support
May provide the nutrients known to help support a healthy gastrointestinal system and improve regularity.
Carefully formulated digestive enzymes to assist in the proper digestion of foods and helping to reduce unwanted gastrointestinal symptoms, including indigestion.
May provide support for healthy and efficient digestion, Digestive Support helps the body expel digested fats, reduce excess fat storage and weight, and improve overall energy levels.
Digestive enzymes are necessary for the proper digestion of food and can help maintain the body’s internal balance. Enzyme deficiencies can result in improper digestion and reduced absorption of nutrients, which can lead to depleted immune function and cause digestive discomfort. The IDNutrition Digestive Support formula is designed to replenish the body with the levels of enzymes necessary to enable its chemical processes to advance with the rapidity and completeness that promotes optimal health and balance.
Previous studies have emphasized vitamin E's success on aging adults and their increased risk for developing a respiratory infection. A 2017 study tested its success on young (22-35 years) and older individuals (65-69 years) and found alpha-tocopherol (from vitamin E) is successful in both groups as a potent modulator of Polymorphonuclear leukocytes (a family of white blood cells which include immune cells), boosting elastase activity and combating pneumococcal infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria which can lead to many types of illness including pneumonia.
Designed to help your body break down and process dietary nutrients, these enzymes ensure maximum nutrient absorption. Properly digested foods are more likely to reduce cravings for additional food since neurotransmitters pick up on deficient nutrients in your bloodstream. If your brain sees there is ample nutrition via proper digestion, then it will not trigger additional signals for more nutrition.