In general, state of the digestive health determines overall wellness of an individual, because taking control of this intricate system may help improve one’s health, wellbeing, and happiness.
One may experience a lot of health problems, such as poor nutrient absorption, weight issues, nausea, bloating, constipation, stomach pain, and diarrhea to severe conditions like acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, if digestive system is not functioning the way it is supposed to be.
Several factors are known to influence digestive health, viz. poor lifestyle and eating habits, stress, age, genetics, food additives and chemicals, and physical inactivity.
In today’s fast-paced world, changing lifestyle and diet preferences are leading to a number of discomforts with the digestive system is the most affected, causing disturbed activity of digestive enzymes or enzyme insufficiency.
Enzymes can be described as simple proteins found within each living cell, where they act as ‘biological catalysts’ to regulate various biological reactions, including digestion. Several digestive enzymes are involved in breaking down protein, carbohydrates, and fats and other complex molecules present in food. Through this action, they facilitate the digestive process and thus help better nutrient absorption by the body.
However, in several individuals, due to aging or otherwise, body’s natural ability to produce certain pancreatic enzymes like lipase, amylase as well as other extra pancreatic enzymes that play a crucial role in macronutrient digestion starts declining as they age.
Hence, lack of optimal digestive function associated with enzyme inadequacy may lead to malabsorption and a host of related health issues, if enzyme insufficiency is left unaddressed.
Fortunately, one may replenish enzyme losses/deficiencies via enzyme supplementation, which is critical in today’s world.
DigeZyme®: A Versatile Multi-enzyme Complex
This proprietary preparation is a unique blend of specific digestive enzymes that offers much more than just aiding proper digestion and better absorption of nutrients.
This off-white to creamy-white powder consists of following digestive enzymes:
Starch hydrolyzing enzyme
Protein hydrolyzing enzyme
Fat hydrolyzing enzyme
Cellulose hydrolyzing enzyme
Lactase hydrolyzing enzyme