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Allegany Nutrition Gluten Free Digestive Enzymes

Allegany Nutrition Gluten Free Digestive Enzymes

 

270 Count - $83.95
  90 Count - $40.95

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This product is not just for people with specific needs. It is an all round strong enzyme formulation.

     If you eat fast food, processed food, or cooked food you may need supplemental digestive enzymes to assist in the digestion of these enzyme deficient foods. Researchers have discovered that processing or cooking food kills virtually all of the digestive enzymes that were once in it. Food enzymes are the first step in proper digestion, absorption, and assimilation of vital nutrients. Undigested food can cause many health imbalances that can lead to a variety of issues. This is a full spectrum formulation capable of digesting
proteins, fats, carbohydrates, sugars, fibers, and dairy products.

     Allegany Nutrition uses the highest quality all-natural blend of plant derived digestive enzymes available on the market today!

Do you know anyone who suffers from these?
  • Gluten Free
  • Heartburn
  • Constipation
  • Bloating
  • Chronic Illness
  • Diverticulitis
  • Gas
  • Celiac Disease
  • Crohn's Disease
  • Food Allergies
  • Sensitive Stomach
  • Weight Loss
  • Lactose Intolerance
  • Energy

Digestive Enzymes AL 90V - Supplemental Facts & Serving Size

Digestive Enzymes AL 90V
Supplemental Facts & Serving Size

CAPSULES PER BOTTLE: 90 count bottle.
SUGGESTED SERVING SIZE: 1 Capsule Per Meal
Directions: As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 or 2 capsules at the start of each meal, or as directed by your Health Care Professional. May be taken between meals and before bed to aid in detoxification. For best results, adults should drink at least 8-eight ounce glasses of water daily.
Contains no corn, dairy, gluten, rice, soy, sugar or fillers.

Ingredients

Amt/1 capsule

Function of Each Enzyme

(Ingredients Per Capsule)

Protease
pHrange is 4 to 10

100,000 FCC/HUT

Breaks down protein.
(Beef, chicken, fish, vegetable protein)

Acid Stable Protease
pH range is 2 to 5

350 FCC/SAPU

Breaks down acidic protein.
(found in various meats)

Peptidase
pH range is 4 to 9

4,000 HUT

Breaks down protein peptides
Peptides connect amino acid chains in protein.

Amylase
pH range is 4 to 10

18,000 SKB

Breaks down Carbohydrates, Starches, and Sugars. (bread, potatoes)

GlucoAmylase
pH range is 3 to 6

60 FCC/AGU

Breaks down complex and simple sugars

Lipase
pH range is 3 to 8

4,000 FCC/FIP

Breaks down fats and oil.
(triglycerides, and other lipids)

Lactase
pH range is 3 to 9

750 FCC/ALU

Breaks down lactose.
(cheese, milk, dairy products)

Cellulase
pH range is 2.7 to 5.7

3,500 FCC/CU

Breaks down fibers in fruits and vegetables

Hemicellulase
pH range is 2 to 8

2,000 FCC/HCU

Digests vegetables.
(breaks down hemicellulose in cell walls)

Beta-Glucanase
pH range is 3 to 56

100 BGU

Breaks down fiber and Celluose

Invertase
pH range is 3.5 to 5.5

2,000 SU

Breaks down sugars

Phytase
pH range is 2 to 7

6 U

Breaks down phytate which negatively
binds important minerals.

Pectinase
pH range is 2 to 7

10,000 AJDU

Breaks down pectin.
(Pectin - important nutrient in fruits)

Ionic Trace Minerals

20 MG

Increases the utilization of enzymes.

Magnesium Oxide
pH range is 2 to 7

20 MG

Mineral

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