Active Digestive Enzymes by Global Health Trax (GHT)
Global Health Trax Active Digestive Enzymes
Here's Why You Can Eat What You Want—Without any Consequences
Active Digestive Enzymes has 17 ingredients, all designed to break down your food as you consume it. ADE may help you enjoy more foods with fewer unpleasant consequences. Many people enjoy dairy, eat spicy food, and live their lives without having to avoid their favorite foods.
Occasional Upset Stomach?
Lactose Intolerance: The inability to digest dairy. No more ice cream, milk, cheese or whipped cream. The body needs the enzyme Lactase to properly digest dairy. If you eat dairy without Lactase, you can expect to have diarrhea, gas, and bloating that can limit your daily activities.
Acid Indigestion: A type of indigestion involving an excess of hydrochloric acid which is produced by the stomach to break down foods, but too much "burns" the stomach walls. Frequent occurrences of acid indigestion can lead to aggravation of the duodenum or to an aggravation of the lining of the stomach.
Heart Burn: A painful or burning sensation in the esophagus, just below the breastbone, caused by regurgitation of gastric acid.
Diarrhea: Defined as loose, watery stools that occur frequently. You may suffer abdominal cramping and pain as well.
Diet is usually the main culprit when it comes to digestive problems. Active Digestive Enzymes may provide the answer.
Contains NO: Yeast, Corn, Wheat, Milk, Sugar, Salt, Starch
Take 1 Active Digestive Enzymes capsule with each meal or as needed.
Keep out of reach of children. Pregnant or nursing mothers, or if under medical care, consult health practitioner prior to use.
Ingredients That May Help Aid in Digestion
Lactase: Breaks down lactose in milk to make it possible for people with lactose intolerance to consume dairy without digestive problems.
Lipase: A digestive enzyme responsible for breaking down lipids (fats), in particular triglycerides, which are fatty substances in the body that come from fat in the diet.
Protease (I & II): The digestive enzymes needed to digest protein.
Amylase (Alpha & Beta): The enzymes that break down starch.
Maltase: Breaks down malt sugar.
Invertase: Utilizes sucrose as a nutrient.
Cellulase: Responsible for cycling of nutrients and used to cleave the glycosidic linkage in cellulose.
Glucanase: Used to break down carbohydrates.
Xylanase: Breaks down carbohydrates into Xylose, one of eight sugars that are essential for human nutrition.
Pectinase: Breaks down sugar.
Phytase: An enzyme that can break down the indigestible grains and oil seeds and thus release digestible phosphorus and calcium.
Hemicellulase: Breaks down sugar.
Lactobacillus: Converts lactose and other sugars into beneficial lactic acid.
Biffidum: Essential for support of the immune system and proper function in the intestinal tract.
Longum: A bacterium that keeps the digestive system running smoothly, blocks the growth of harmful bacteria, and boosts the immune system.
About Global Health Trax (GHT)
Mission statement: to research, develop and offer nature's most effective combinations of nutrients for optimal wellness, healthy longevity, and enhanced lifestyle opportunities to people throughout the world. Global Health Trax (GHT), one of the most trusted names in nutrition since 1997, is committed to building long-term relationships with its members and customers. This goal is made possible by the company's dedication to providing superior health and wellness products. Putting members and customers at the heart of the business ensures success. The company stays abreast of the most current and critical health and wellness issues in the world, dedicating itself to research and product development that will continue to address the needs of Global Health Trax customers worldwide.
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