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Vision First Digestive Enzymes
Vision First Digestive Enzymes is the solution to your digestion problems. Our innovative formula contains specially selected, clinically-tested ingredients to help you digest your food more effectively and maximize its nutritional value. Our blend of lactobacillis, casei, bromelain, papin, and lipase boost digestive power by breaking down food into essential nutrients that can be absorbed by your body. With Vision First Digestive Enzymes, you can get the most out of your diet without any extra effort.
This cutting-edge formula is made from all natural and organic ingredients that are safe for everyday use. Its unique combination of probiotics promotes a healthy gut flora balance which is crucial for digestion health. Moreover, our enzymes help break down proteins faster into glucose molecules which ensure rapid nutrient uptake for an energy entry like no other.
Make Vision First Digestive Enzymes a part of your daily routine and enjoy hassle-free digestion with maximum nutrient absorption!
Fungal Protease from Aspergillus Oryzae - Proteolytic enzymes are most commonly known for their role in the digestion of dietary protein, but they also play many other critical roles. Their functions include cell division, blood clotting, immune function, and protein recycling, among others. Pepsin, trypsin, and chymotrypsin are the three main proteolytic enzymes produced by your digestive system. The purpose of these enzymes is to break down dietary proteins such as meat, eggs, and fish into smaller fragments called amino acids. As a result, they can be properly absorbed and digested. (1)(2)
Proteolytic enzymes are commonly used to improve the digestion and absorption of dietary protein. Supplementing with proteolytic enzymes can help those with a deficiency or lack of these enzymes break down and digest protein properly. In a study, people with indigestion who took a supplement containing proteolytic enzymes experienced significant improvements in bloating, abdominal pain, belching, heartburn, and appetite loss. (3)
Proteolytic enzymes have been shown to reduce inflammation and inflammation-related symptoms in several studies. Taking proteolytic enzyme supplements may be an effective way to promote wound healing. (4)
Lactobacillus acidophilus - Your intestines contain Lactobacillus acidophilus bacteria. It belongs to the Lactobacillus genus of bacteria, which plays an important role in human health. High cholesterol levels may cause heart disease. It is especially true for bad LDL cholesterol. Studies suggest that certain probiotics can reduce cholesterol levels, and Lactobacillus acidophilus may be more effective than other probiotics. (5)
Studies have shown that probiotics such as Lactobacillus acidophilus may reduce diarrhea associated with various illnesses and diseases. Taking L acidophilus and another probiotic for one to two months improved bloating in 60 people with functional bowel disorders, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). In a similar study, L acidophilus alone reduced abdominal pain in patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). (6)(7)
Lactobacillus Casei - There has been evidence that L casei strain Shirota may provide health benefits by balancing the gut microbiota, improving gastrointestinal dysfunction, preventing infection and cancer, and modulating inflammatory and immune responses. (8)
Human intestinal microbiota can be altered by L casei consumption. In healthy medical students exposed to academic stress, L casei preserved gut microbiota diversity, relieved abdominal dysfunction, and prevented cortisol rises. (9)
Lactobacillus plantarum - A strain of probiotic bacteria naturally found in the mouth and gut is Lactobacillus plantarum. In the digestive tract, it helps break down food, absorb nutrients, and control harmful microorganisms. (10)
Aside from improving memory, Lactobacillus plantarum also promotes weight loss and enhances athletic performance. According to proponents, Lactobacillus plantarum has several unique properties that make it an effective health booster. Lactobacillus plantarum, for instance, is said to bind to the intestinal mucosa (the innermost layer of the gastrointestinal tract) and increase your gut's beneficial bacteria population. (11)(12)
Bromelain - The pineapple plant produces bromelain, an enzyme that digests proteins. As a protein-digesting enzyme (also known as a protease), bromelain aids digestion and nutrient absorption in foods containing meat or plant-based proteins. (13)
The anti-inflammatory properties of bromelain have been studied for a variety of health issues related to inflammation, including joint stiffness and cardiovascular health. Many osteoarthritis patients saw positive clinical effects, especially in reducing swelling, stiffness, and pain, in a review analysis. (14)
Bromelain may benefit cardiovascular health, according to research. Supplemental bromelain has been shown to be effective against cardiovascular diseases, as it inhibits the aggregation of blood platelets. (15)(16)
Papain - The papaya plant produces papain, a proteolytic enzyme. A proteolytic enzyme breaks down proteins into smaller pieces called peptides and amino acids. It is for this reason that papain is a popular ingredient in meat tenderizers. In an article in Nutrition Review, researchers found that proteolytic enzymes reduce inflammation as well as or better than some anti-inflammatory drugs. Due to these potential benefits, papain and other proteolytic enzymes are sometimes used to speed wound healing and reduce swelling. (17)
Fungal Lipase - During digestion, lipase breaks down fats in food to allow them to be absorbed in the intestines. Lipase is produced by the pancreas, the mouth, and the stomach. (18)
Fungal Lactase - In lactose intolerance, your small intestine doesn't produce enough lactase, a digestive enzyme. You can absorb lactose from food by breaking it down with lactase. To be absorbed, lactose is split into smaller sugar molecules (glucose and galactose) by lactase produced in the small intestine. Lactose intolerance is caused by a lack of lactase production by the body. (19)
Alpha Galactosidase - A molecule called globotriaosylceramide, which contains three sugars attached to a fatty substance, is broken down by alpha-galactosidase. When old red blood cells (erythrocytes) and other types of cells are recycled, this molecule is degraded. (20)