What DigeZyme is and why we use it.

To begin with DigeZyme, commonly known as digestive enzymes is a patented array of digestive enzymes from the company Sabinsa Australia Pty Ltd.. Digestive enzymes are substances of protein origin which function is to break down large molecules of nutrients from food, in order to obtain smaller molecules that can be absorbed by our intestine.

 

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Also Enzymes «Digezymes» act on specific substrates or special chemicals that are involved in a chemical reaction within a product. In simple terms, it is focus on the product being altered or modified, in this case it will be the enzyme substrate or the substance on which the enzymes are working.

So These enzymes help break down carbohydrates, lactose, cellulosic fibers, fats and proteins. In addition, these groups of enzymes are resistant to the action of gastric juices, while preserve their digestive activity.

As well DigeZyme® is a multienzyme complex composed mainly of amylase (starch hydrolyzing enzyme), protease (protein hydrolyzing enzyme) and lipase (fat hydrolyzing enzyme). In addition, it also contains cellulase (which hydrolyzes cellulose) and lactase (which hydrolyzes lactose).

DIGEZYME IS COMPOSED OF 5 DIGESTIVE ENZYMES

1. Amylase: A digestive enzyme obtained from Aspergillus oryzae which function is to break the bonds of starch and other polysaccharides, resulting in glucose that can be absorbed. Therefore, it is a digestive enzyme that helps to digest carbohydrates.

2. Cellulase: A digestive enzyme obtained from the fermentation of Trichoderma longibrachiatum that helps to break the cellulose bonds, a vegetable fiber, causing glucose and allowing

3. Lipase: An enzyme obtained by the fermentation of Rhizopus oryzae that breaks the bonds between the fats, mainly triglycerides until obtaining glycerol and free fatty acids that will later be absorbed. Therefore, they help digest fats.

4. Protease: An enzyme obtained by the fermentation of Spergillus oryzae, which function is to break the bonds between amino acids until obtaining free absorbable amino acids. Therefore, the protease helps digest the protein.

5. Lactose: A digestive enzymits absorptione obtained by the fermentation of Aspergillus oryzae that breaks the bonds of lactose (milk sugar) to obtain glucose and galactose. Therefore, lactase helps digest lactose.

DigeZyme Beverly Nutrition

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Finally Beverly Nutrition uses Digezyme in many of its products to facilitate, improve and accelerate the digestion and assimilation of their proteins.

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