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Our DigeZyme® Tablets are for anyone who wants to support their digestive system with premium Digestive Enzymes. DigeZyme® is a premium formulation, manufactured to the highest standards to provide a quality multi-enzyme supplement. Benefits Play nicely with other ingredients: “They work very well with just about everything,” Dr. Lancer says.

There is no research suggesting greater efficacy of one form of the supplement over another; however, keep in mind that some chewable and flavored products may contain additional ingredients, such as sugar alcohols, that can cause extra symptoms. Sometimes people confuse enzymes and probiotics. Both affect your digestion, but in very different ways. Probiotics are live organisms that make up the good bacteria in your gut. They help keep your digestive tract healthy, so they support the work your enzymes do. Unlike enzymes, probiotics do not have the ability to break down or digest food components. According to recent research, those with IBS or functional dyspepsia may particularly benefit from supplementing with lipase before consuming fat-rich meals. While studies in humans are small, the higher dose of lipase (4,000 units) may be a helpful remedy if fatty foods tend to provoke your symptoms. Gibson PR, Newnham E, Barrett JS, Shepherd SJ, Muir JG. Review article: Fructose malabsorption and the bigger picture. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 25(4):349-363. There is a limit to how much of the sugar fructose any human can absorb. Our intestines have receptors that attach to fructose and move it through the digestive process. However, humans have varying amounts of these receptors, and if you consume more fructose than you have the capacity to absorb, the unabsorbed fructose can cause gas, bloating, and diarrhea.Porcine (pig): Commonly found in enzyme products targeting fat digestion, such as over-the-counter pancreatic enzymes.* Those who do not eat pork may choose to avoid this ingredient. If you have active SIBO, the bacteria in your small intestine can interact with FODMAPs and cause a variety of unpleasant symptoms, including gas, bloating, and diarrhea. Low-FODMAP diets are often recommended until SIBO is treated. Customize your regimen: Even when a digestive enzyme is appropriately selected for a digestive issue, individual responses can vary. It may take some experimentation with dosage relative to food portions and to the speed of your digestive tract to optimize results. Consider consuming a food both with and without an enzyme supplement and with different amounts of the supplement to determine if and how much is helpful. Lactose intolerance is when your body does not produce enough of the enzyme lactase needed to break down lactose (the sugar naturally found in milk and milk products).

Pancreatic Enzymes are really easy to use. As a guide, just add 1-2 Pancreatic Enzyme Capsules or 0.25 – 1g per 100g of food. There is no exact amount that you need to feed to your pet. Depending on their size, breed, age and the type of food that they eat you will need to make adjustments until you find the ideal amount for your pet. If your dog or cat is underweight, you should give them the amount of food based on their ideal weight, and not the weight that they are currently at. About 90% of my patients with cystic fibrosis have pancreatic enzyme insufficiency. Many of them need PERT because their pancreas develops mucus and, over time, scar tissue. So it can’t release the enzymes as it should,” explains Denhard. “We also prescribe enzymes for patients with frequent pancreatitis. There’s ongoing research about the role of digestive enzymes in treating irritable bowel syndrome, but so far there’s no definitive evidence to suggest that enzymes can help with this condition.” Over-the-counter digestive enzymes Pancreatic insufficiency: The pancreas makes key digestive enzymes—protease, amylase, and lipase. A condition called exocrine pancreatic insufficiency causes a deficiency in these enzymes, resulting in poor nutrient digestion, particularly of fat. Pancreatic insufficiency can also arise from cystic fibrosis, diabetes, chronic pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, and pancreatic surgery, among other conditions. If you have pancreatic insufficiency, prescription pancreatic enzyme replacement is needed. Lactose intolerance : Your body doesn’t produce enough lactase, so you might have problems digesting the sugar naturally found in milk and dairy products.Money ME, Walkowiak J, Virgilio C, et al. Pilot study: a randomised, double blind, placebo controlled trial of pancrealipase for the treatment of postprandial irritable bowel syndrome-diarrhoea. Frontline Gastroenterology. 2:48-56. Research has confirmed that the enzyme alpha-galactosidase, the active ingredient in Bean-zyme, can help break down fiber before it makes its way down to our gut bacteria. Humans do not produce this unique enzyme, which is derived from a food-grade, plant-derived mold called Aspergillus niger, so external supplementation is the only way to go. It is essential to carefully read the ingredient list and nutrition facts panel of a supplement to know which ingredients and how much of each ingredient is included relative to the recommended daily value of that ingredient. Please bring the supplement label to your healthcare provider to review the different ingredients contained in the supplement and any potential interactions between these ingredients and other supplements and medications you are taking. Keep in mind: Liquid detergents generally offer the best overall value and take up less space than their powder counterparts. However, powder detergent may offer an advantage when it comes to physically lifting out mud from clothes. Meanwhile, pod detergents have become popular for the convenience they offer, with no measuring involved. But pod detergents are often the most expensive type of detergent when you look at price per load. Sugar alcohol intolerance: There are currently no digestive enzymes with a proven ability to aid tolerance to sugar alcohols (i.e., ingredients ending in “ol” such as erythritol, xylitol, sorbitol, and mannitol). If you experience digestive upset with these foods, an over-the-counter enzyme is unlikely to provide relief.

There is no need to persuade your pet to swallow the capsules if they don’t want to. They are easy to open and the contents can be sprinkled directly onto the food. If you are using kibble or dry food there is potential for some of the powder to be left behind in the bowl. A small amount of water to mix it in can be helpful to ensure it all gets eaten. Additional Support Alpha-galactosidase is a supplemental enzyme derived from yeast that can break down GOS when taken with a meal. Food allergies: If you have mild to severe reactions to foods that are related to a food allergy, a digestive enzyme supplement is not an effective treatment or preventative strategy. For example, a lactase enzyme supplement will not help with a milk allergy. Promptly consult your healthcare provider if you have symptoms such as swelling, difficulty breathing, itching, rashes, or blood pressure changes after eating certain foods. Note that products that contain enzyme blends may contain lower amounts of each enzyme compared to products that contain only one type of enzyme. If you have poor digestion of a single nutrient, such as lactose or fructose, you may benefit most from a product that contains only the necessary enzyme. If you have multiple intolerances (e.g., lactose and fructose), look for an enzyme that contains adequate doses of each enzyme.

What conditions can cause digestive enzyme insufficiency?

Similarly, if your digestive symptoms stem from sucrose intolerance—a diagnosable condition known as a sucrase-isomaltase deficiency or CSID—enzymes bought at a store will not meet your needs. A digestive enzyme called sacrosidase (Sucraid) is available by prescription only. It comes in a liquid form that needs to be refrigerated, and there is currently no over-the-counter substitute. Talk to your doctor if these symptoms are persisting. These could be signs of gut irritation or could indicate a more serious condition. Digestive Enzymes vs. Probiotics: What’s the difference? People diagnosed with an enzyme insufficiency often need to take prescription digestive enzymes. These supplements help the body process food and absorb nutrients better. The most common and the only FDA-regulated enzyme replacement therapy is pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT). PERT is a medication your doctor prescribes that includes amylase, lipase and protease. It helps break down carbs, fats and proteins.

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