Lifestream Advanced Digestive Enzymes is a broad combination blend of vegetarian enzymes specifically designed to aid the digestion of fat, carbohydrate and protein. This is ideal to support those with symptoms of wind, bloating, digestive issues and discomfort after meals. Features & Benefits: Assists healthy functioning of the digestive tract and bowel Helps improve absorption of beneficial nutrients Replaces enzymes lost in cooking It’s nutrition to live by.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Lifestream Advanced Digestive Enzymes are measured as Digestive Enzyme activity. This is a true indication of enzyme potency. Each capsule contains: Amylase 12 thousand DU Protease 35 thousand HUT Bromelains 33mg Lipase 600 LipU Papain 20mg Tilactase (lactase) 1 thousand ALU Cellulase 250 CU Also contains rice bran and hypromellose vegetarian capsule. Many Enzyme formulas available today contain animal-derived enzymes. Lifestream Advanced Digestive Enzymes contain no animal derived enzymes. Instead the enzymes are sourced from microbial and plant sources – exhibiting better effectiveness over a broader pH range. It is a potent, broad spectrum, high quality (manufactured to TGA GMP standard) product.
DOSAGE Adults: Take 1-2 capsule s 1/2 hr before food.
WARNINGS Keep out of reach of children. If at any time you experience discomfort after taking Lifestream Bowel Biotics, reduce your serving size. If you are being treated for a medical condition, consult your doctor first before taking Lifestream Bowel Biotics. May contain traces of soy or milk products. Digestive enzymes function by breaking down specific chemical bonds in foods. In most cases digestive enzymes can therefore safely be taken with medications, however it is best to separate the medications and the enzyme supplement by more than 2 hours. Lifestream BowelBiotics can be taken by pregnant and breastfeeding women. However, it is advisable to seek advice from your doctor on all aspects of nutrition whilst pregnant. One area of caution is with prescription blood thinning agents. If you are on this type of medication, you should consult with your healthcare practitioner before beginning an enzyme regimen. All protein digesting enzymes can irritate existing ulcers and should be avoided by those with stomach or intestinal ulcers. Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.