Digest Spectrum (90 caps)
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- Complete Food Sensitivity Support
- Gluten, Phenol, Lactose and Casein Digestion
- Digests Entire Meal
- Single Capsule Dose
- Vegan & Kosher
- Plant-Based Digestive Enzymes
Our body uses enzymes to enhance digestion and turn the food we eat into energy.
Produced throughout the digestive tract and available from raw foods and supplements, these enzymes include: a mylase for carbohydrates, lipase for fats, protease for proteins, and cellulase for fiber.
Enzymes help break down the foods we eat leaving particles small enough to provide nutrition to the cells after they enter the bloodstream. In addition to aiding digestion, some enzymes provide additional support to the body by eliminating harmful toxins and by-products.
Use in Combination with Special Diets
Reducing or eliminating the foods which trigger digestive problems is a key part of managing food sensitivities. While special diets are helpful to those with impaired digestion, dietary modification used in combination with enzyme supplementation provides peace of mind and complete spectrum digestive support.
Recommended Dosage: 1 capsule at the beginning of every meal is usually sufficient for most sensitivities. 2 capsules may be taken as desired.
Serving Size:2 capsules
|Amylase Thera-blend||14,000 DU||*|
|Lipase Thera-blend||800 FCCFIP||*|
|Cellulase Thera-blend||400 CU||*|
|Alpha Galactosidase||600 GalU||*|
|Protease Thera-blend||98,000 HUT||*|
*Daily Value not established
100% vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water)
Contains No corn, rice, soy, potato, gluten, casein or sugar, making it an ideal choice for children and adults with multiple dietary sensitivities.
Distributed or manufactured from EnzyMedica. See more EnzyMedica products.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Approved By Autism Hope Alliance
- Supporting Complete Digestion For Individuals With Food Sensitivity
- Celiac Disease
- Lactose Intolerance
- Food Sensitivity
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