Digestion WholesaleDigest Matrix
Digest Matrix works to aid digestion with its array of enzymes. Enzymes are what break down and individual types of food molecules and also have a great part in the workings of our bodies. They have a part to play in everything from digestion, to the workings of our minds and the function of our organs. Digest Matrix is therefore a product that can help your customers in a variety of ways, so buying Digest Matrix wholesale can give you a product that will fit in with your business plan. We also offer to private label Digest Matrix so you can begin to create brand recognition, or create a label that will fit with your existing line of products. Below you will find how the ingredients will help your customers.
Protease comes in many forms and refers to a group of enzymes which function to hydrolyze (breakdown) the peptide bonds of proteins. They are important to digestion because they serve to break down the protein ingested into amino acids, which are needed by the body. Protease also fights heavy metals which can inhibit proper digestion and other enzymatic functions and removes these toxins from the system.
Amylase breaks down starch into the components disaccharide maltose and dextrin. This begins a process that will break down these components to smaller substances that can be used by the body.
Lipase breaks down mono, di, and triglycerides into fatty acids and glycerol, which can then be used by the body for fuel and energy.
Cellulase breaks down cellulose fiber into blood sugar. For those afflicted with Candida yeast, this has the added benefit of helping to end the affliction as Candida is composed mainly of a cellulose fiber that Cellulase can affect and destroy.
Glucoamylase removes D-glucose residue.
Invertase breaks down the bond in sucrose (common sugar) that holds the two forms of sugars that make up sucrose. These sugars can then be used by the body for energy.
Catalase is one of the fastest acting enzymes, which is good as it serves to break down the poisonous hydrogen peroxide into hydrogen and oxygen. I
AGS a-Galactosidase serves to breakdown certain polysaccharides found in legumes (such as beans, peanuts, lentils, etc) which are not digestible in the small intestine and can produce painful bloating if they reach the large intestine to be fermented by the native microbial flora.
Beta-Glucanase is an enzyme that is not naturally produced by the human body and serves an important function in breaking down cellulose. It also helps to bind excess cholesterol and toxins for removal. This enzyme is also beneficial for those who find it difficult to digest grain.
Pactinase breaks down pectin, a polysaccharide found in fruit and vegetables.
Xylanase breaks down polysaccharides found in plants which can impede nutrient uptake in the intestines.
Phytase is another enzyme that is not produced naturally in the human body. It serves to break down otherwise indigestible phytate (found in grains and some seeds) into components that can be used by the body.
Hemicellulase digests the sticky compound called Hemicellulose which can decrease nutrient uptake.
Lactase digests the lactose in milk. Lactose intolerance is often treated with lactase as the intolerance usually stems from not having enough lactase to properly digest the milk that is being consumed. Lactase breaks lactose down into two smaller sugars, glucose, and galactose.
Bromelain helps with the digestion of protein and can be found in pineapples. Bromelain is also thought to help reduce swelling, bruising, inflammation and pain after surjery or injury.
Papain is a digestive aid extracted from unripe papaya. It helps to break down the complex proteins into forms usable by the body.