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Pancreatic Enzyme Supplement New Vegetable Alternative

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Description:Nutriteck Pancreatic Enzymes is an alternative to animal source products. It is a plant source, fungal protease, amylase designed as a safer and effective alternative to animal pancreatin

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The three principal enzymes are: Lipase (fat splitting), Amylase (starch liquefying), and Protease (protein solubilizing) which are obtained from the fermentation of Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus niger. A suitable cereal diluent is added to adjust the enzyme activity to those specified. 

Safety Analysis:

Candida Albicans........Negative (Verified by DNA Fingerprinting)
E. coli.................................................Negative
Staphylococcus aureus.........................Negative

Packaging: 225 gram bulk powder

Pancreatin helps to break down lipids (fat). Even though the pancreas produces most of these enzymes, at times it may be stressed or unable to produce the quantities that may be needed for controlling many unwanted processes in the body. It also helps stop gas before it starts from beans, broccoli, onions, whole grains, pasta, and many other foods.

The pancreas secretes lipases, amylases, and proteases such as trypsin and chymotrypsin. Individual enzymes can be extracted and then added to nutritional formulas, but usually the best support is with the whole (glandular) pancreas. Of all enzyme treatment, pancreatic enzyme support has the greatest potential in medicine. Preliminary research on pancreatic enzymes suggests a favorable response to all those problems mentioned. Furthermore, cancer may be influenced by high dosages of pancreatic enzymes. Many doctors believe that pancreatic insufficiency is at the root of many degenerative diseases, including cancer. 

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Pancreatic Enzyme Supplement  New Vegetable Alternative

Pancreatic Enzyme Supplement New Vegetable Alternative

Description:Nutriteck Pancreatic Enzymes is an alternative to animal source products. It is a plant source, fungal protease, amylase designed as a safer and effective alternative to animal pancreatin

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