By supporting the breakdown of unwanted proteins generated during injury and tissue damage for a normal recovery process, DrJsNatural Essential Digestive Enzymes has 15 enzymes blend / ingredients in the formula and numerous applications for a broad range of health needs. DrJsNatural Essential Digestive Enzymes blend includes lactase, protease, amylase, cellulase, glucoamylase, beta gluconase, phytase, papain, lipase, serrapeptidase and bromelain, along with lactobacillus acidophilus, bioperbioperine and fructooligosaccharides, which are working synergistically to help with digestion for each meals.
Enzymes are complex proteins that catalyze metabolic reactions throughout the body and sufficient levels are required for optimizing many of the body’s functions. Although the body produces its own supply of enzymes, the amount produced can vary from person to person and is affected by age, diet, biochemistry and stress. Enzymes fall into three broad categories: metabolic enzymes, manufactured by cells to carry out various functions; digestive enzymes, primarily manufactured by the pancreas to digest foods and absorb nutrients and food enzymes; and exogenous (from outside the body) enzymes from plants and animals, also necessary for aiding and accelerating digestion.
DrJsNatural Essential Digestive Enzymes supports the breakdown of unneeded proteins, which research has shown to be an important component of cardiovascular health and supporting optimal blood vessel function. In cases of soft tissue discomfort and exercise recovery, DrJsNatural Essential Digestive Enzymes helps to break down fibrin to support areas of inflammation and reduce recovery times. Research has shown that proteolytic enzymes are well-absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract (GI) tract into the systemic circulation. Studies have highlighted the efficacy of systemic enzyme therapy for a variety of uses, including supporting a normal inflammatory response, nasal passage health, bronchial health, musculoskeletal health and exercise-related recovery. In vitro, animal and human data show that enzyme therapies are capable of cleaving immune complexes, which are known inflammatory mediators.
Enzyme therapy has also been shown to reduce swelling. In addition, enzyme therapy supports improvements in discomfort, stiffness and mobility among those with musculoskeletal challenges.