ALL ABOUT ALLERZYME – VEGETARIAN FORMULA
Enzymes are important for everyone, but this formula is especially designed for those who have a hard time tolerating dairy and starches like beans! It thins mucous in the body, which also is great for helping you to lose weight, as it is thought that when we have a lot of mucous that coats our cells, it’s harder for fat to release.
We are going to do our best to break down the ingredients in this label and tell you how this unique enzyme formula can help those who need extra help breaking down mucous in their bodies as well as breaking down difficult carbohydrates like beans.
* The name suggests the way it supports the body
* Helps thin mucous in the body.
*Supports the body’s digestion and relief from the discomfort of fullness, pressure, bloating, gas, pain and minor cramping that may naturally occur after eating.
*Invertase breaks down sugars.
*Amalayse breaks down carbs.
*Bromelain supports seasonal discomforts and inflammatory response.
*Peptidase breaks down protein.
*Protease breaks down protein.
*Phytase boosts minerale absorption, reduces phytic acid, boosts bone health.
*Lipase breaks down fats.
*Cellulase breaks down plant fibers.
*Alpha-Galactosidase breaks down hard to digest starches like beans.
*Lactase breaks down lactose (great support for those who struggle with lactose digestion).
*Diastase breaks down starches.
The essential oils added to the mix support and enhance the action of the enzymes and make them function strongly.
Enzymes occur naturally in raw foods and when we eat them raw, assist us in our digestion process. However, most of us cook our food for the most part, killing the enzymes that were there. This causes our pancreas to steal enzymes from organs and processes in our body to aid in digestion. As we age, we have less and less enzymes in our bodies that are needed for regular processes. It is theorized that we should supplement our diets with enzymes (unless we are eating everything raw) to keep our bodies from stealing enzymes from other organs and processes, which might cause enzyme deficiencies as we age. *This statement is not evaluated or approved by the FDA and is not medical advice. Please consult your doctor about any real digestive issues you may have.