PROTEASE 1 & 2 - Digestive enzymes that aid in the breakdown of protein.
ACID STABLE PROTEASE - Also a digestive enzyme that aids in the breakdown of protein.
AMYLASE - A digestive enzyme that breaks down starches and helps convert them to sugar.
LIPASE - A digestive enzyme that breaks down fats.
CELLULASE - A digestive enzyme that breaks down the fibers found in vegetables and fruits.
GLUCOAMYLASE - An enzyme that breaks the bonds near the ends of large carbohydrates (starches), releasing maltose and free glucose.
INVERTASE - A yeast derived enzyme that splits sucrose into glucose and fructose.
CATALASE - Antioxidant enzyme that acts on hydrogen peroxide, a free radical, reducing it to water and oxygen.
AGS a-GALACTOSIDASE - An enzyme that digests raffinose sugars. Raffinose sugars are complex sugars found in legumes (beans, peas and lentils) and cruciferous vegetables, such as cauliflower, broccoli and cabbage.
BETA-GLUCANASE - An important enzyme that facilitates the digestion of beta linked glucose bonds associated with whole grains such as barley, oats, and wheat.
PECTINASE - An enzyme that digests the fiber (specifically pectin) found in carbohydrates. Pectins are typically found in fruit.
XYLANASE - An enzyme that digests xylans and xylose, components of the plant cell wall.
PHYTASE - An enzyme that digests phytates, components of plants that bind minerals.
HEMICELLULASE - A mixture of enzymes that can hydrolyze the indigestible components of plant fibers. These enzymes can help prevent the bulky effect found in fibrous food.
LACTASE - A digestive enzyme that breaks down milk sugars.
BROMELAIN - A natural anti-inflammatory that helps with joint pain and stiffness, asthma, and is capable of digesting protein.
PAPAIN - An enzyme derived from papaya that digests large protein molecules to smaller peptides and amino acids.