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Pro Digest, broad spectrum enzyme complex
Pro Digest is a highly efficient mixture of enzymes to support the breakdown of proteins, carbohydrates and fats from food.
The advantages of the Pro Digest series
- Effective enzymes for your digestion
- Developed with the latest knowledge and technologies
- Highest quality and purity
- No fillers or binders
- 100% vegetarian products
Exceptional solutions to digestive problems
The Pro Digest product line offers exceptional solutions for a wide range of digestive problems. Pro Digest offers healing benefits due to the mixture of enzymes (pH blends). These plant enzymes are effective in all pH ranges of the digestive tract.
Available enzyme products
- Pro digest
Broad spectrum enzyme complex
- Pro Digest Extra
Particularly powerful broad-spectrum enzyme complex with particularly high enzyme activity
- Pro digest intolerance
Strong broad-spectrum enzyme complex with DPP-IV (dipeptidyl peptidase) enzyme and vitamin B6, particularly helpful for gluten hypersensitivity.
American Biologics quality standards
American Biologics is known as a leading supplier of vegetarian food supplements with enzymes. These products are known for its ingredients of the best quality and purity, as well as for its innovative and optimized recipes.
American Biologics promise:
“We guarantee that all ingredients and additives used in the products come from sources that enable high yields and the greatest possible purity of the end product. Our recipes contain no fillers or binders. American Biologics guarantees the purest products so that you, the customer, can rely on safe products with maximum effectiveness. ”
Gastric juice resistant
American Biologics capsules are enteric-resistant and therefore work in the right place in your digestive tract.
pH blend = enzyme mixture
A mixture of enzymes, like the one in the Pro Digest series, can effectively relieve the pancreas and improve the digestive process. The various Pro Digest products contain pH blends of amylase, lipase, cellulase and protease.
These enzymes break down carbohydrates, fats, fiber and proteins. This way, they help the digestive process to function better and nutrients are absorbed better by the body.
Active throughout the digestive tract
The various enzyme mixtures (pH blends) in the Pro Digest series are composed in a special way. They become active throughout the digestive tract due to the optimal temperature and pH in the gastrointestinal tract.
This benefits the support of the digestive organs. It also relieves the pancreas and releases energy for other metabolic processes.
What effect do the different enzymes have?
Alpha-galactosidase is an enzyme that aids in the digestion of carbohydrates in legumes, grains and vegetables, thereby reducing flatulence and gas formation.
Amylase pH blend is an enzyme that contains carbohydrates such as Starch and glycogen, broken down into smaller sugar components.
Bèta-glucanase promotes the digestion of cereals, e.g. Barley, oats and wheat.
Cellulase pH-Blend is the only digestive enzyme that the body cannot produce itself. Cellulase pH-Blend contains cellulase for the digestion of plant fiber.
DPP-IV (Dipeptidylpeptidase-IV) is a protein-digesting enzyme that is essential for the breakdown of gluten and casein. Proteases with DPP-IV activity help digest foods with gluten better.
Glucoamylase breaks down carbohydrates into glucose units. Glucose enters the bloodstream as a source of energy for the body.
Hemicellulase is a cellulase enzyme that breaks down polysaccharides (hemicellulose). Bran and cereals are, for example, foods that contain a lot of hemicellulose.
Invertase is an enzyme that breaks down (cane) sugar into glucose and fructose. Glucose enters the bloodstream as a source of energy for the body.
Lactase is an enzyme that breaks down lactose (milk sugar) and promotes the digestion of foods with lactose.
Lipase pH-Blend is an enzyme that promotes the digestion of fats.
Maltase is an enzyme that breaks down malt sugar. Maltase promotes the breakdown of maltose in glucose molecules that are simply absorbed into the bloodstream and act as an energy source for the body.
Phytase is an enzyme that breaks down phytic acid. Phytase breaks down carbohydrates such as Pectin, which is particularly common in vegetables and fruits. Starches and seeds in particular contain phytic acid. Protease pH-Blend contains several protease enzymes for the digestion of proteins. The mixture improves the DPP-IV enzyme action for protein breakdown. Taking protease can help and improve food digestion, making nutrients a source of energy for the body. This combination has been specially formulated to improve the speed and effectiveness of the digestive process.
Vitamins B6 is involved in over 100 enzyme reactions in the body, which play a role in energy production and fat and protein metabolism.
Xylanase is an enzyme that is responsible for breaking down the components of cell walls. Xylanase plays an important role in the digestion of fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and nutritional supplements.
How does an enzyme deficit or an enzyme deficiency arise?
An enzyme deficiency is often the cause of indigestion, including Bloating, stomach upset and other common gastrointestinal upset. An enzyme deficiency can be caused by various factors:
- By eating processed foods
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- As you get older, the body produces fewer enzymes
Enzymes in the diet
Today's diet often contains only a few enzymes, as many enzymes are lost through heating before they are served. The body therefore has to rely almost entirely on its own digestive enzymes.
Reduced enzyme production as you get older
As you get older, the body produces fewer and fewer enzymes, which are necessary for good digestion. The digestion then becomes overactive and that costs a lot of energy. The pancreas is overloaded, which in turn promotes indigestion.
Enzymes help the body digest nutrients.
How does digestion work?
The digestion begins in the mouth, in which we crush the food with the tongue and teeth. The food particles are then transported to the stomach, where they are broken down by the acidic gastric juices.
When the food leaves the stomach and enters the small intestine, various digestive juices are added. The liquids contain enzymes that support the digestive process. For example, the pancreas splits off enzymes such as amylase, protease and lipase in the small intestine. These enzymes are also produced by the intestinal wall.
Each of these enzymes can bind to a certain type of nutrient via special docking points, the so-called receptors.
For example, amylase breaks down carbohydrates such as starch that are found in potatoes and pasta. Proteases help the body break down proteins found in foods such as meat into small building blocks that are used for the formation and maintenance of body tissues. Lipases help the body break down fat and oil.
The foods we eat also contain important enzymes. Many people claim that the enzymes that naturally appear in our diet are destroyed by modern food processing and preparation methods.