Vegan Pancreatic Enzymes
Improper digestion is a leading cause of malabsorption and malnutrition. Pancreatic enzyme supplements have become a popular digestive aid for supporting gut health and nutrient absorption.*
Pancreatic digestive enzymes support nutrient absorption by helping the digestive system break down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Pancreatic enzyme supplements taken with meals can also help to relieve occasional digestive issues such as indigestion, gas, heartburn, and bloating.*
Most pancreatic enzymes are derived from animal sources, making them unsuitable for vegans.
Vital Nutrients Vegan Pancreatic Enzymes provide lactose-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan digestive enzymes. They feature a complete blend of highly-active protease, lipase, and amylase enzymes that work synergistically, over a broad pH range. Their activity begins in the stomach and continues all the way through the small intestine for complete digestive support.*
- Protease (protein enzymes): A mixture of acidic, neutral, and alkaline proteases with endo-peptidase activity effective within the active pH range (2.75-6.25).
- Lipase (fat enzymes): Unique lipase with an active pH range (3.0-9.5) much wider than animal pancreatin (7.5-8.5). This lipase has a broad substrate specificity, meaning it can hydrolyze a variety of fats and triglycerides into important free fatty acids required for healthy skin and hair.*
- Amylase (carbohydrate enzymes): With an active pH range (3.0-8.0), helps break down various types of difficult-to-digest starchy foods and other carbohydrates into polysaccharides and simple sugars, like glucose.*
Packaging and labels may vary slightly
Take 2 capsules at the start of a meal, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Or as directed by your healthcare professional.
|Nutrient||Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Protease 4.5||100,000 HUT||*|
Other Ingredients: Protease 1000, Vegetable capsule (Hypromellose and water).
* Daily Value not established
Warnings:If pregnant, consult your physician before taking