Significance of Enzymes

Food, in general, has a balanced composition of nutrients, which may include carbohydrates, proteins, milk-based products, oils, fats, fibers, and various other components that are essential for good health and proper body function.

Thus, enzymes play a major role in breaking down these larger molecules into smaller units that the body can absorb more easily. Humans do not have the ability to digest fibrous food, thereby leading to its fermentation in the colon—causing generation of gas, bloating, and other related issues in a number of individuals.

Sabinsa’s multi-enzyme complex, incorporated with a variety of enzymes, may aid in digestion as detailed below:

α–Amylase

Breaks down the carbohydrates, such as starch, glycogen, and polysaccharides into smaller units (e.g. simple sugars)

Cellulase

Breaks down cellulose and chitin. It helps to free nutrients in both fruits and vegetables

Lipase

Breaks down lipids, improves fat utilization and supports healthy gallbladder function

Protease

Breaks down protein and peptides, supports immune function

Lactase

Breaks down lactose (milk sugar) and useful for lactose intolerance

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