digestive aid

digestive aid

Nutrition
Any of a family of compounds, including proteins, the enzymes bromelain, pancrelipase and papain, as well as betaine, lecithin, and ox bile, which are believed to help digestion.
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digestive aid

A substance–eg protein, enzyme–bromelain, pancreolipase, papain, betaine, lecithin, ox bile, which is said to help digest foods. See Diet.
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Apart from the conventional uses of slippery elm for human health and aid, the slippery elm market has also noticed the application of slippery elm for the digestive aid for animals.
Ginger, a powerful digestive aid and anti-inflammatory, has been used to alleviate bloating and stomach cramps for centuries.
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Sometimes the punch has dried persimmon in it, another digestive aid and sweet bite.
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Some people do well with either a digestive aid or digestive herbs.
Papain is not only an important digestive aid that breaks down inactive proteins, but it is also a powerful antioxidant.