ENZYME PINEAPPLE papaya capsules 60 pcs proteolytic enzymes

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Avitale enzyme pineapple papaya capsules, proteolytic enzymes

Food supplement with the enzymes of pineapple and papaya (papain and bromelain)

ENZYME PINEAPPLE papaya, proteolytic enzymes Ingredients:
maltodextrin, bromelain, papain, capsule shell: gelatine, separating agent: magnesium salts of fatty acids

Proteolytic enzymes ENZYME PINEAPPLE papaya Contents per capsule:
100mg bromelain
100mg papain

Contents per sales unit: 60 capsules ⁄ 30g

Please store in a dry place and protect from heat.

Proteolytic enzymes ENZYME PINEAPPLE papaya Recommended intake:

Take 1 capsule daily with a large glass of water with a meal

The daily consumption recommendation must not be exceeded. Dietary supplements are no substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Please keep out of the reach of small children.

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Proteolytic enzymes, ENZYME PINEAPPLE papaya Food supplements. The recommended daily intake must not be exceeded.

ENZYME PINEAPPLE papaya, Proteolytic enzymes Dietary supplements are no substitute for a balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Keep away from children!

What Are Proteolytic Enzymes?

Proteolytic enzymes are essential for many important processes in your body. They’re also called peptidases, proteases or proteinases.

In the human body, they are produced by the pancreas and stomach.

While proteolytic enzymes are most commonly known for their role in the digestion of dietary protein, they perform many other critical jobs as well.

For example, they are essential for cell division, blood clotting, immune function and protein recycling, among other vital processes.

Like humans, plants also depend on proteolytic enzymes throughout their life cycles.

Not only are these enzymes necessary for the proper growth and development of plants, they also help keep them healthy by acting as a defense mechanism against pests like insects.

Interestingly, people can benefit from ingesting plant-derived proteolytic enzymes.

As a result, proteolytic enzyme supplements may contain both animal- and plant-derived enzymes.

Sources of Proteolytic Enzymes:

The three main proteolytic enzymes produced naturally in your digestive system are pepsin, trypsin and chymotrypsin.

Your body produces them to help break down dietary proteins like meat, eggs and fish into smaller fragments called amino acids. These can then be properly absorbed and digested.

Proteolytic enzymes can be found naturally in certain foods and are also available in supplement form.

Food Sources

Two of the best food sources of proteolytic enzymes are papaya and pineapple.

Papayas contain an enzyme called papain, also known as papaya proteinase I. Papain is found in the leaves, roots and fruit of the papaya plant.

Papain is a powerful proteolytic enzyme. In fact, it has been used for thousands of years as a meat tenderizer due to its ability to break down protein.

Meanwhile, pineapples contain a powerful proteolytic enzyme called bromelain.

Bromelain is found in the fruit, skin and sweet juice of the pineapple plant and has been used for centuries by the indigenous people of Central and South America as a natural treatment for a number of ailments.

You can get papain and bromelain by eating raw papaya and pineapple, respectively. You can also buy these proteolytic enzymes in concentrated supplement form.

Though pineapples and papayas are the most common sources of proteolytic enzymes, other dietary sources include:

  • Kiwifruit
  • Ginger
  • Asparagus
  • Sauerkraut
  • Kimchi
  • Yogurt
  • Kefir