- Tip: You may need to take more with certain kinds of food that you know you have stomach or digestion problems with in the past. Helping your body digest every meal/snack comfortably enhances every aspect of your health goals.
- An enzyme that helps to digest carbohydrates and aids in the breakdown of starch into sugar.
- A digestive enzyme responsible for breaking down fats and the digestion of nutrients in the intestines.
- An enzyme found in many microorganisms and plants that breaks down carbohydrates by splitting sucrose into glucose and fructose. A small amount of Invertase can help counteract sugar cravings related to Candida.
- Protease is an enzyme responsible for digesting the protein in food. Protein is one of the most difficult substances to break down. Undigested or improperly digested protein can cause undesired issues in the body. Protease enzymes can help clean up the body by removing unwanted protein which will help restore energy and balance.
- An enzyme that breaks down maltose into glucose.
- Alpha-Glactosidase is an enzyme used by the body’s intestinal microorganisms to breakdown the sugars in complex carbohydrates found in vegetables and grains. This process often produces gases and can result in bloating and flatulence. Alpha-glactosidase helps relieve these symptoms.
- Cellulase is an enzyme that digests cellulose fiber into beta-glucose. Humans do not digest Cellulose fiber very well. Cellulose is in many of the foods eaten as a thickening agent which is essential to support the breakdown of foods that are eaten.
- Lactase is a group of enzymes found in the small intestine, liver and kidneys that break down the milk sugar lactose into the simple sugars glucose and galactose.
- Protease enzymes are an important part of digestion because they help digest the proteins in food. Protease enzymes have many other benefits; among others, they are known to improve circulation, reduce pain and inflammation, prevent abnormal clotting and minimize muscle pain after exercise.
- Malt Diatase is an enzyme that aids the breakdown of starch molecules. It is used for digestive and general nutritional support and it also breaks down unused glycogen in muscle tissue.
- Pectinase is an enzyme produced during the natural ripening process of some fruits and it aids the breaks down of carbohydrates such as pectin.
- Peptidase is a protease enzyme that breaks down protein.
- Protease enzymes are an important part of digestion because they help digest the proteins in food. Neutral Bacterial Protease work in a broad pH range of 5.5 to 8.0 and can help support digestion in individuals with imbalances in their digestive system.
Frequently Asked Questions:
We recommend taking 1 enzyme for lighter foods/snacks and 2 enzymes for heavier meals. Our patients all seem to find their own magic number that works for them, so feel free to take whatever makes you feel best!
Yes! Most of our patients take Advanced Digestive Enzymes in combination with their other supplements, especially [insert Advanced MultiProBiotics Restore™ hyperlink]. Although we have never had any of our patients have problems, consult your medical practitioner if you have questions about specific medications.
Just one… you will see your body digest and process foods better than ever before! There are NO harmful side effects associated with Advanced Digestive Enzymes™. Our product is all natural, vegan, and specially formulated to make our patients feel better. Consult your medical practitioner if you have questions on the matter.
Advanced Digestive Enzymes™ is formulated by our Pharmacist and Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist for 30 years plus has a 100% satisfaction guarantee policy. We are committed to giving our patients the best in digestive care with our 90-day money back guarantee. If you don’t love it, contact us and we will be sure to give you your money back.
Absolutely! Advanced Digestive Enzymes™ is a premium digestive enzyme that can be taken by (almost) anybody. Certain enzymes in Total Digest ™ are actually proven to help digest foods associated with the most common food allergies, such as lactose intolerance.
Looking out for you,Be Well friend
Vimal Patel, RPh,CCN,CAd,DiHom
Functional Health Compounding Pharmacist
Certified Clinical Nutritionist
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