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Dr. Lal El Digizyme Syrup 300ML

This enzyme helps break down carbohydrates and turn them into sugar, which makes them easier to digest. Amylase and glucoamylase are the enzymes found in human saliva that help break down carbohydrates into sugar so they can be digested. While these enzymes are present in saliva, some people may not produce enough to regulate the breakdown of foods correctly.


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HOW IT WORKS :

Diastase

This enzyme helps break down carbohydrates and turn them into sugar, which makes them easier to digest. Amylase and glucoamylase are the enzymes found in human saliva that help break down carbohydrates into sugar so they can be digested. While these enzymes are present in saliva, some people may not produce enough to regulate the breakdown of foods correctly. Diastase helps this process, as it is a natural form of amylase. Typically, the enzyme extracted from malt is taken as a supplement for easier digestion of starchy foods such as potatoes, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and grains. The benefits from it include individuals with digestive disorders, those looking for losing weight, and people in the early stages of diabetes. Another use that has been found for diastase is as a treatment for those who have acid reflux issues. Acid reflux is caused by certain foods people eat that are not being digested properly — it causes symptoms of upset stomach, burning in the throat or chest, and abdominal pain. Honey and milk contain this enzyme naturally, and a warm mixture of the two has been said to help treat minor acid reflux symptoms.

Pepsin

Pepsin is an enzyme specifically, a proteolytic enzyme, meaning it helps digest proteins. Cells in the stomach secrete pepsin to help you digest the protein that you consume in food. Specialized cells in the intestine then absorb the digested products of the protein into the bloodstream, and your cells take them up from there.

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