Weltopia - Digestive Enzymes Complex - Digest Enzyme Matrix with 18 Enzymes for digestive health, bloating, indigestion, & gas. Supports general immunity and digestive wellness
About the product
- ENZYMES SUPPORT PROPER DIGESTION WITH EACH MEAL: Helps digest multiple food groups. As one of the most complete digestive enzyme formulas on the market, Optimum Digest is formulated with a diverse range of 18 different enzymes to help you digest more easily
- NON-GMO, QUALITY ENZYME SUPPLEMENT; MADE ACCORDING To cGMP STANDARDS. Use with pride and confidence.
- INCLUDES DIGESTIVE ENZYME THAT SUPPORTS GLUTEN DIGESTION (ASPERGILLOPEPSIN). Supports overall digestion and immune system for you to feel healthy.
- ENZYME COMPLEX THAT HELPS PROCESS DIFFICULT-TO-DIGEST FOODS AND REDUCE OCCASIONAL POST-MEAL GAS. Discover a new ease after lunch breaks, get togethers and during stressful work days.
- BROAD ENZYME SPECTRUM TO SUPPORT YOUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM: Enzymes that help with the digestion of milk sugar in dairy products, of beans, legumes and vegetables, and proteins. These digestive enzymes also help digest carbohydrates (also in plant foods and grains), difficule to digest fiber and grains, plant wall. They also help break down sucrose, fats, fruit and vegetables, phytic acid in nuts and grains.
What are enzymes good for? The digestive enzymes that our body produces are proteins that help the body break down food into nutrients, which your body needs to absorb for energy, growth, cell repair,etc. Enzymatic digestion actually starts in your mouth, where you chew the food and also mix the enzymes in your saliva with your food, and this enzymatic process goes until food has been reached and passed some parts of the small intestine. Enzymatic breakdown of food is critical for an effective nutrient absorption.
Enzymes are highly specialized. It is important to know that enzymes are specialized and each one of them is meant to break down a specific type of compound in your food, i.e. one of the compound types listed below:
- Carbohydrates / Sugars
- Fiber and Plant Cell Walls
Our body needs a sufficient enzyme supply. With a sufficient intake of raw food and a healthy body and active lifestyle, our body is generally able to provide a sufficient supply of enzymes very efficiently: When we start eating, liver, pancreas and gall bladder start releasing enzymes into the small intestine in order to break down the food into smaller pieces that the body is able to absorb. Without complete enzymatic digestion of our food or impaired absorption nutrient absorption in the intestine, our body may not only get less nutrients than it should. We may also have bigger amounts of nutrients available to the bacteria in our large intestine. These nutrients may then be fermented by these bacteria, which may cause gas. This fermentation process is likely to happen the more, the more undigested food goes past our small intestine. When we try to balance the enzyme supply, it is wise to also look at our liver, gallbladder and pancreas. How do enzyme deficiencies show up? Enzyme deficiencies may result in several unpleasant digestive issues, for instance occasional bloating, gas, irregularity and indigestion. Enzyme deficiencies may be caused by a combination of diet, age, and daily habits aka lifestyle.
Weltopia Digestive Enzymes Complex is one of the most complete enzyme formulas that you can find. It is a synergistic formulation of 18 plant-based enzymes to help you to properly digest multiple Food Groups - even gluten! It is a Non-GMO product.
5 Enzymes to Help Break Down Protein:
- Protease 1
- Protease 2
- Papain – Works synergistically with bromelain
5 Enzymes to Help Break Down Carbs & Sugars
- Amylase helps break down long chain carbohydrates:
- Alpha Galactosidase helps break down carbs that amylase may not work for, such as those in legumes, e.g beans and peanuts and cruciferous vegetables (cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, and brussels sprouts, among others).
- Beta Glucanase helps break down grains
- Invertase helps to break down sugars
4 Enzymes to Help Break Down Fiber And Plant Cell Walls
- Cellulase helps break down fiber:
- Pectinase is an enzyme that helps break down pectin, which is found in plant cell walls
- Hemicellulase helps break down plant cell walls
- Xylanase helps break down plant cell walls
3 Enzymes to Help Break Down Milk Sugar, Fat, And Gluten:
- Lactase helps break down of milk sugar (lactose)
- Lipase helps break down fatty foods
- Aspergillopepsin helps break down Gluten
This makes Weltopia - Digestive Enzymes Complex a powerful digestive support. Many other enzyme products cut corners and deliver much less.