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.

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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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.
Sugar cane juice also acts a good digestive aid due to the presence of potassium.
We envision people using them in cocktails, or mixing with club soda as a refreshing drink, but there can also be some crossover use in people taking it as a digestive aid because apple cider vinegar has many health benefits.
CORIANDER SEEDS These seeds have been used for thousands of years as a digestive aid.
Ginger tea-eases abdominal cramps and is a digestive aid.
Peppermint Tea is the perfect digestive aid because it has the ability to speed up the early stages of digestion, and is helpful for people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.
DSM's ingredients portfolio is responding to consumer demand for 'easy-to-digest' products by a platform of digestive aid ingredients including lactases like Tolerase[TM] L for use in dietary supplements for lactose intolerant people and Maxilact[R] for lactose-free or low lactose dairy, and different cultures, including probiotics to help deliver differentiated and an easy to digest yogurt offering to consumers worldwide.
distributor of the digestive aid and indigestion relief product known as Protexid.
2 THE DIGESTIVE AID - PEPPERMINT TEA: If you''re suffering from nausea, flatulence or IBS, a cup of peppermint tea may help.
A hot cup of tea after every meal works as a digestive aid as it also detoxifies our body.
Digestive aid What it Digests Amylase Starch & Sugars Maltase Sugars (Maltose) Lipase Fats Bromelain Proteins Papaya Proteins Pepsin Proteins Chymotrypsin Proteins Trypsin Proteins Lactase Lactose