Doctor's Best, Best Digestive Enzymes, All Vegetarian, 90 Veggie Caps
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- Science-Based Nutrition
- Dietary Supplement
- Optimal Support For Healthy Digestion
- Non-GMO and Gluten Free
Best Digestive Enzymes - All Vegetarian is a uniquely formulated, full-spectrum high potency digestive enzyme blend created to complement and support the body's own digestive capacities. Each capsule provides the body with enzymes designed to optimally aid the digestion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates present in cooked and raw food. The formula supplies the added support of alpha-galactosidase and beta-glucanase to break down vegetables, beans and grains, and enzymes such as glucoamylase and invertase to assist with the digestion of sugars. In addition, this complete formula contains friendly bacteria to uniquely promote optimal intestinal health.
Adult Use: Take 1 capsule with each meal.
Modified cellulose (vegetarian capsule).
Contains nothing other than listed ingredients
|Serving Size: 1 capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 90 servings|
|Amount per serving||% Daily Value|
|Best Digestive Enzyme blend|
|Amylase Blend (2 strains)||20,000 DU||†|
|Protease SP Plus Blend (4 strains)||95,000 HUT||†|
|Dipeptidyl-peptidase IV||250 DPP-IV||†|
|Papain||500,000 FCC PU||†|
|Bacillus subtilis||1 billion CFU||†|
|† Daily Value not established.|
Having tried other digestive enzymes, I say with confidence, this is a great enzyme to take. I've suffered with IBS for years. Not any more! Plant based enzymes such as these are more effective. I take 5 with each meal. Every person is different. Some may only need one or two. It's best to try just a few and increase the amount of capsules until your symptoms have gone away. Many doctors say to take just 1 with each meal. That often isn't enough and people are left thinking the enzymes don't work or the brand of capsules is the issue. Take it from me, this works. I've been to surgeons, gastro-docs, natural docs, you name it. Once I began taking this, I am symptom free. Side note:Specific enzymes work on specific foods. You need the right type of enzyme for the foods you want it to break down. Think of the foods you have problems with and then choose a product that contains at least those types of enzymes. Here is a list of the common enzyme types and foods they act on. Digestive enzymes are enzymes that break down food into usable material. The major different types of digestive enzymes are: • amylase – breaks down carbohydrates, starches, and sugars which are prevalent in potatoes, fruits, vegetables, and many snack foods • lactase – breaks down lactose (milk sugars) • alpha-glactosidase – facilitates digestion of beans, legumes, seeds, roots, soy products, and underground stems • protease – breaks down proteins found in meats, nuts, eggs, and cheese • pepsin – breaks down proteins into peptides • peptidase – breaks down small peptide proteins to amino acids • bromelain – derived from pineapple, breaks down a broad spectrum of proteins • papain – derived from raw papaya, broad range of substrates and pH, works well breaking down small and large proteins • lipase – breaks down fats found in most dairy products, nuts, oils, and meat • cellulase – breaks down cellulos, plant fiber; not found in humans.
An enzyme that helps me digest raw veggies ... I do a predominantly raw, vegetarian diet and after having had colon surgery, I now need a little help processing all this raw food. This enzyme is the best I've tried, hands-down!
Not strong as expected
Posted by 4776083373285466700 on Aug 16, 2016
Posted by 5145841036344250259 on Aug 01, 2016
I have not been using this for very long but noticed the difference within a week or two of using the product. I became more regular with my elimination - which is a new experience for me. I will continue to use this product as I believe it is beneficial to my health.
Posted by 5673077186072384648 on Jul 05, 2016
These digestive enzymes are too mild, they do not serve the purpose. Or may be the caps are just full of cornstarch?
helps me use the food I eat
Posted by Reviewer2796695 on Jun 28, 2016
I am vegan and wanted to find an enzyme that was also vegan, I have used this for over two years and it has helped me quite a bit. I have occasional IBS and since using this my bouts have been reduced greatly
Appeared to have the opposite effect - perhaps the probiotic?
Posted by 4616715287013331533 on Jun 18, 2016
On first taking these I wasn't sure how effective they were. Then I tested them on a known challenging meal for me (steel cut oats). The results were not good - the expected digestive discomfort plus some rather extreme and unexpected gas. It's very puzzling, because the labelled ingredients appear excellent and superior to most other brands side-by-side. But that's moot if they don't work for some reason. I wonder if something has gone wrong in production to inactivate these enzymes? Or could it be the Bacillus subtilis probiotic that's included in this formula? Historically I have reacted badly (gaseously) to concentrated artificial probiotics, so maybe that's it. I was in two minds about buying this brand because of that ingredient; I really don't want to be taking a probiotic every time I need enzyme support. But I read up on it and it seemed OK. Well... By contrast, I had none of this trouble, and found marked digestive benefits, from an old bottle of Source Naturals Daily Essential Enzymes that has a far more ordinary ingredients label. I'm really not sure what to make of this. How can enzymes ever *not work*??? Unless they are somehow not active. Or is the probiotic is so aggravating that the enzymes cannot counter its effects?