We’ve all been there – bloated, gassy feeling after a meal. Can’t move because of the discomfort. Stomach acid churning.
Some types of foods are worse than others. You knew better – but you just couldn’t resist that last piece of pizza. Big mistake!
That usually has us reaching for the Pepto, antacids or bicarbonate of soda. Those may have short-term results, but long-term – not so much.
Digestive Complex is a perfect solution for those who suffer from indigestion, gas, bloating and cramping after meals. Digestive Complex features a powerful combination of digestive enzymes, glandulars and bile salts formulated to aid in optimal digestion and absorption of food and nutrients.
This is a perfect product to take before you eat to avoid those nasty stomach issues – especially if you know it is one of those foods that give you issues, or you might over-indulge!
A long-time best seller!
Digestive Complex also incorporates high quality, freeze-dried duodenal and stomach substances from porcine sources to support optimal digestion.‡
Digestive enzymes are complex proteins involved in digestion that stimulate chemical changes in other substances. They work optimally at specific temperature and pH.
Digestive enzymes include pancreatic enzymes, plant-derived enzymes, and fungal-derived enzymes. There are three classes of digestive enzymes: proteolytic enzymes needed to digest protein, lipases needed to digest fat, and amylases needed to digest carbohydrates.
Papain breaks down tough meat fibers, and has been used for thousands of years to tenderize meat eaten in its native South America.
Pepsin is an enzyme that is produced in optimally functioning stomachs that breaks down proteins into smaller peptides. Pepsin is one of the main digestive enzymes, where it helps digest the proteins in food.
Betaine hydrochloride is an acidic form of betaine, a vitamin-like substance found in grains and other foods. Betaine hydrochloride is recommended by some doctors
as a supplemental source of hydrochloric acid for people who have a deficiency of stomach acid production (hypochlorhydria).
Bile acids, in the form of ox bile salts, aid in the emulsification and digestion of fats.