What are the digestive enzymes?
Digestive enzymes are certain substances contained in foods. They help to metabolise the food. Nature has foreseen that our food is full of digestive enzymes. Certain fruits and vegetables in the raw state are packed with enzymes – provided they are ripe and fresh. However, this is no longer the case with our modern diet. If enzymes are no longer or only partially present in the diet, they must work all the more. The pancreas also provides some enzymes. Increased intake as a dietary supplement thus relieves the pancreas and ensures optimal absorption of valuable nutrients.
Lack of enzymes in food
Vegetables, for example, usually contain all kinds of enzymes that are involved in their digestion. With modern farming methods and food preparation, however, these enzymes are completely lost. Enzymes in foods no longer work when heated above 40 to 45 degrees Celsius. Food should therefore be eaten completely raw in order to obtain these enzymes optimally. Eating raw food alone is usually not a solution, as the digestive system is no longer capable to do that for many people. In addition: only with heat can some nutrients fully unfold and develop.
Karstädt’s Enzyma Pro – compensate for the lack of enzymes
Karstädts Enzyma has been specifically designed to aid digestion in these functions. The digestive system works optimally again and the food can be completely digested. This will lead to a better absorption of nutrients and also the nutrients that are broken down by cooking are best absorbed. The body is less burdened and stressed and can recover much better. A biofilm of undigested and non-bioavailable minerals (calcium, magnesium, iron, etc.), as well as yeasts, parasites, pesticides and other environmental pollutants, cannot form easily.
Karstädts Enzyma Procan be used in many digestive and intestinal problems, such as flatulence, intestinal spasms, inflammatory problems, diarrhea and constipation. But it is also an aid for preventing the build up of the slowly developing biofilm.
Karstädts Enzyma Pro consists of the following ingredients:
Enzyma Pro contains the following enzymes:
Has a supporting effect in the prevention of inflammatory reactions.
is a proteolytic enzyme extracted from the raw fruits of the papaya plant. Proteolytic enzymes help to break down proteins into smaller protein fragments called peptides and amino acids.
Enables the digestion of carbohydrates.
Splits lactose into galactose and glucose.
Enables the digestion of fats.
Protease (Fungal & Acid)
is crucial for the digestion of proteins that we take in with food. Protease is therefore an extremely important type of enzyme. If the digestive process remains incomplete, indigestible protein can end up in the bloodstream and other systems. Protease can help remove excess protein from the circulation. This has the additional positive effect of cleaning the bloodstream.
The process begins in your stomach with a protease called pepsin, which is different from other enzymes because it is activated by the hydrochloric acid in the stomach. Protein digestion continues in your small intestine, where the proteases produced by your pancreas, such as trypsin and chymotrypsin, further break down the amino acids.
degrades the yeast cell wall, while proteases digest the inner proteins. The combination of the two provides a gentle, cleansing effect without the severe discomfort usually associated with purification.
is an enzyme that has been shown to be particularly useful in reducing biofilm and Candida. When an excess of beta-glucanase is excreted by intestinal bacteria or Candida cells, biofilms are formed in the organism.
splits cellulose – a component of plant cell walls.
Endo- and exo-peptidases
are enzymes that hydrolyse proteins. They are classified as endo or exo proteins, depending on whether they cleave internal or terminal peptide bonds.
is an enzyme that catalyses or initiates the hydrolysis of phytic acid. Phytic acid is a form of indigestible phosphorus found in plant foods such as cereals, wheat and various types of grain.
is an enzyme that catalyses or initiates the hydrolysis of phytic acid. Phytic acid is a form of indigestible phosphorus found in plant foods such as grains, wheat and various cereals.
is an enzyme that breaks down xylan, the second most common carbohydrate in the world. Xylan is found in cereal grains and other fibrous plant material. We humans need enzymes from microbes or food supplements to digest xylan.
Helps with food intolerances
Reduces reactions to food allergies
Improves nutrient intake in the gut
Supports organs in connection with the digestive system
Facilitates the absorption of energy in the body and thus leads to more vitality
Reduces the formation of biofilm
Dietary supplement, three times a day 1-2 capsules with food or drink