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Direction of Use: Take 1 capsule, 3 times daily after meal, you may consume additional 1 capsule after heavy meals.Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Once protection seal is opened, keep refrigerated and best consumed within 2 months. Keep out of reach of children.Precaution: If you are nursing, pregnant, taking medication or have a medical condition, you should consult your health care specialist prior to using this product.Vegan-certified.Made in USA.
• Enhances digestive functions
• Promotes gastrointestinal health
• Optimizes the absorption of nutrients
• Supports lactose digestion (E.g. dairy products)
• Reduces indigestion symptoms
• Reduces bloating & acid reflux
Full ingredient list: Bacteria Culture Blend (Probiotic) (Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, Lactobacillus Acidophillus, Bifidobacteria Longum), Digezyme™ (Alpha Amylase, Neutral Protease, Lactase, Lipase & Cellulase), Fructooligosaccharides (Prebiotic), Inulin, Veggie Capsule.
Proprietary Enzymes Blend
Alpha AmylaseAlpha Amylase is a digestive enzyme that assists in the breaking down of carbohydrates such as starch, glycogen and polysaccharides into smaller units for better digestion. Amylase helps to relieve the burden on the small intestine by breaking down food particles while the food is still in the mouth. Having sufficient amylase activity reduces degenerative diseases as it helps the body digest and excrete dead white blood cells.
Neutral ProteaseNeutral Protease, also known as peptidase, are enzymes that aid in the digestion of proteins. It can help to relieve discomforts and bloating by breaking down large food particles into smaller digestible units. Protease is required for a healthy digestive tract as it can release nutrients for energy production and cells regeneration.
LactaseLactase is an enzyme essential for the digestion of lactose that is present in all dairy products. Studies show that lactase helps to reduce gas and bloating, IBS, irritation and also aids in dairy product digestion for the lactose-intolerant.
LipaseLipase is an enzyme that breaks down dietary fats in the human digestive system. Lipase is beneficial for the overall digestive system as it can help to improve fat utilization by breaking down large food particles into smaller digestible units for easier and faster absorption.
CellulaseCellulase is an enzyme that breaks down plant fiber to promote better nutrients absorption from fruits and vegetables. Our bodies are unable to produce enzymes for the digestion of plant fibers. Therefore, Cellulase aids in the hydrolysis of cellulose into energy-sustaining blood sugar to maintain optimal blood sugar levels.
Bacterial Culture Blend (Probiotics)
Lactobacillus RhamnosusLactobacillus Rhamnosus (L. Rhamnosus) is known for its anti-inflammatory properties which help to eliminate and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria in the stomach and intestines. It is one of the most widely used Probiotic strain for its remarkable tolerance on harsh acids found in the stomach and digestive tract. L. Rhamnosus encourages the growth of helpful organisms that promote bowel regularity and suppress bacterial infections in the digestive system. It also helps to prevent Urinary Tract Infections (UTI), increase immunity and aid in dairy digestion for the lactose-intolerant.
Lactobacillus AcidophilusLactobacillus Acidophilus (L. Acidophilus) is a beneficial Probiotic microorganism used to promote a healthier digestive tract by restoring the healthy balance of bacteria in the intestines. Studies show that it is effective in improving digestion, increasing calcium absorption and treating diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and leaky gut syndrome. L. Acidophilus is also effective in the digestion of dairy products and helps to increase lactose absorption.
Bifidobacteria LongumBifidobacterium Longum (B. Longum) is known for its anti-inflammatory properties which help to maintain a healthy digestive tract, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and boost overall immunity. Studies show that B. Longum is able to ferment carbohydrates, lactose and sugars from food into lactic acid, thereby lowering the pH and harmful bacteria levels in the intestine.
Fructooligosaccharides (Prebiotics)Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) helps to stimulate the production of microbiotas (gut flora) and promote the growth of Probiotic bacteria in the colon and gastrointestinal tract. FOS is known to prevent the overgrowth of infectious organisms by boosting intestinal immunity. It can also help to increase calcium absorption, prevent inflammation and relieve constipation.
InulinInulin is a soluble dietary fiber which is used as a Prebiotic agent to stimulate the growth of beneficial intestinal bacteria in the large intestine. Research has shown that Inulin can help in digestion, increase nutrient absorption, boost immunity, reduce cholesterol and control blood sugar level.
How soon will I be able to see improvements in my gut health?
Results vary among individuals. You are advised to take StrongDigest™ consecutively for 3-6 months to achieve the best results.
Will the long term consumption of StrongDigest™ result in any side effects?No known side effect has been observed. All ingredients in StrongDigest™ are tested and approved to ensure safety, purity and efficacy. It is therefore safe for long term consumption at the recommended dosage.
Should I separate my consumption of StrongDigest™ with other medications or caffeine beverages?Yes, because the acidity in medications and caffeine beverages may reduce the efficacy of StrongDigest™. It is advisable to take StrongDigest™ and your medications/caffeine beverages at an interval of 1-2 hours apart.
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