ENZY MILL Application:
Enzy-Mill is a combination of the most important digestive enzymes produced by the world leader in the field - National Enzyme Company, USA. They are of natural, non-animal origin, have high resistance to stomach acidity and a wide range of action. The intake of enzymes helps the breakdown and absorption of nutrients, increases vitality and leads to lightness.
· Enzyme deficiency,
· Swelling after eating,
· Feeling of heaviness and gas.
· Digestive problems
Enzy-Mill is a combination of the 7 most important digestive enzymes, from natural non-animal sources. They are characterized by high purity, wide spectrum of action and resistance to stomach acidity.
Enzymes are essential for digestion, energy supply and recovery.
Amylase - hydrolyzes the internal alpha-1,4-galactoside bonds of complex carbohydrates to release simple sugars for digestion, turning them into monosaccharides such as glucose. It is produced by the pancreas and parotid gland. People with fat intolerance often consume sugar and carbohydrates to compensate for the lack of fat in their diet. If they overdo the starch, they may develop amylase deficiency.
Amylase processes not only carbohydrates but also dead white blood cells. This is why a person with low amylase levels is prone to abscesses. Amylase is involved in anti-inflammatory reactions by neutralizing accumulated histamine. An inflammatory reaction is usually seen in organs that are in contact with the outside world, such as the lungs (asthma and emphysema) and the skin (psoriasis, eczema, atopic dermatitis, herpes).
Protease - hydrolyzes proteins. There are different types of proteases, depending on the type of peptide bond they break. Protease 3.0, with a pH range of 2.75 to 4.7, and Protease 4.5, with a pH range of 2.75 to 6.25, are used for better action at different levels of acidity in the stomach and small intestine. Unlike animal enzymes, the protease from natural sources is resistant to stomach acidity and the breakdown of proteins begins in the stomach, which significantly facilitates digestion.
Protein is needed to transport the associated calcium, magnesium, zinc and other valuable minerals in the blood. Protease deficiency leads to excessive alkalinity. And this leads to many problems with calcium metabolism, such as degenerative problems with the discs of the spine, thorns and related disorders such as sciatica and ligament problems. Incomplete protein degradation produces short polypeptide fragments that are absorbed and lead to allergic and autoimmune diseases.
Water follows proteins, and a lack of them in the blood means a lack of water. This leads to swelling of the tissues - edema. Protease is also important for the immune system because of its effect on bacterial waste, certain viruses and its ability to break down immune complexes circulating throughout the body.
Lipase - breaks down fats. It is produced in the pancreas and small intestine. Without lipase, fat in our body stagnates and accumulates in the arteries, which can lead to cardiovascular disease, a tendency to increase cholesterol and triglyceride levels, overweight and diabetes, or a tendency to glucosuria.
Lipase needs a high pH to be activated. People with lipase deficiency suffer from reduced cell permeability. Diabetics have a lipase deficiency, as a result of which glucose cannot reach their cells and waste products and unwanted substances cannot be excreted. People with hidden viruses, often diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, also fall into this category. A common symptom of lipase deficiency is muscle spasms (pain in the shoulders, neck, as well as the small, large intestine and rectal tissues). Dizziness, also called Meniere's syndrome, can also be the result of lipase deficiency.
Cellulase - breaks down cellulose. It is not produced in the human body and is found only in raw foods. Cellulase deficiency is a syndrome of poor absorption and is accompanied by many symptoms: gas, pain, bloating and problems with the small intestine and pancreas. Other conditions associated with cellulase deficiency include nervous system problems such as Bell's palsy, tics, neuralgia, and toxic conditions that are relieved after taking cellulase. This category also includes some acute food allergies. People suffering from malabsorption syndrome and cellulase deficiency often also have a tendency to intolerance to sugar and / or gluten.
Lactase - breaks down lactose in dairy products. Lactose is the main carbohydrate in milk, a disaccharide that consists of glucose and galactose. The cleavage of lactose into monosaccharides takes place in the walls of the small intestine. When there is a deficiency of this enzyme, lactose intolerance (lactase deficiency) occurs, which can be hereditary or acquired. Lactase deficiency can be divided into partial (hypolactasia) or complete (alactasia). In cases where the activity of lactase is insufficient for the processing of lactose entering the small intestine, the uncleaved disaccharide goes to the colon, where it becomes a food substrate for various microorganisms that ferment it to fatty and lactic acids, carbon. This is associated with increased flatulence, bloating, abdominal pain and diarrhea. In a child at an early age, this can cause colic or underweight. Lactase deficiency often accompanies allergies to cow's milk protein.
Alpha-galactosidase - breaks down carbohydrates such as raffinose, stachyose and verbascose. These polysaccharides are found in legumes and cabbage plants and cannot be broken down in the small intestine, so they pass into the large intestine. There they serve as an energy source for intestinal bacteria and in the process of their assimilation unpleasant-smelling gases are released.
The enzyme Bromelain is isolated from fresh pineapple and aids in the digestion of proteins. The enzyme has a wide pH range and can be used as a substitute for pepsin and trypsin if it is found that there is a deficiency of these two enzymes.
ENZY MILL Composition:
Composition of 1 tablet:
· Amylase - 7500 DU
· Lipase - 1000 FIP
· Protease (protease) - 4.5 15000 HUT
· Protease (Protease) - 3.0 15 SAPU
· Alpha-galactosidase (Alpha-galactosidase) - 200 GalU
· Lactase - 1000 ALU
· Cellulase (Tselulaza) - 250 CU
· Bromelain (Bromelain) - 500,000 FCCPU
ENZY MILL Dosage:
1-2 tablets during meals. The tablet can be chewed.
ENZY MILL Duration of administration - can be taken without interruption.
Medicines, such as antacids and analgesics, denature the enzymes and should not be taken at intervals of less than 20 minutes.
Taking enzymes directly with high-alcohol beverages inactivates them.
Contraindicated in ulcers! If taken in excess of the recommended amount and on an empty stomach, it may cause stomach irritation.
Keep out of reach of small children.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
The product is not a substitute for a varied diet.