Active Digestive Enzymes
ACTIVE DIGESTIVE ENZYMES™ -
has been created specifically to be a partner product for ThreeLac. ACTIVE DIGESTIVE ENZYMES™ will work systemically -- digesting the very cell wall of the yeast throughout your whole body.
|Product||Price||Servings Per Box|
|$33.95||90 (@ 1 capsule)|
Now with vegetarian caps!
Active Digestive Enzymes does NOT contain any of the following:
Lactose-eggs, milk or milk products
Any thickeners -food starch (potato, corn, or other) or modified food starches
Grains or grain powders of any kind (including rice)
Safflower oil, sesame oil, etc.
Nuts or nut products: peanut oil, sunflower oil, etc.
Beans or bean products: soybean oil, etc.
17 Ingredients May Help Aid in Digestion
Lactase: Breaks down lactose in milk to make it possible for people with lactose intolerance to consume dairy without digestive problems.
Lipase: A digestive enzyme responsible for breaking down lipids (fats), in particular triglycerides, which are fatty substances in the body that come from fat in the diet.
Protease: (I & II): The enzymes needed to digest protein.
Amylase: (Alpha & Beta): The enzymes that break down starch.
Maltase: Breaks down malt sugar.
Invertase: Utilizes sucrose as a nutrient.
Cellulase: Responsible for cycling of nutrients and used to cleave the glycosidic linkage in cellulose.
Glucanase: Used to break down carbohydrates.
Xylanase: Breaks down carbohydrates into Xylose, one of eight sugars that are essential for human nutrition.
Pectinase: Breaks down sugar.
Phytase: An enzyme that breaks down indigestible grains and oil seeds; thus releasing digestible phosphorus and calcium.
Hemicellulase: Breaks down sugar.
Lactobacillus: Converts lactose and other sugars into beneficial lactic acid.
Biffidum: Essential for support of the immune system and proper function in the intestinal tract.
Longum: A bacterium that keeps the digestive system running smoothly, blocks the growth of harmful bacteria, and boosts the immune system.
This broad base of enzymes is also ideal for breaking down (digesting) the wall of fungal yeast cells.