Assimilator (90 Vegetable Capsules)18 Volume points
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- Full description
- Protease 30000 units
- Amylase 8000 units
- Lipase 50 units
- Maltase 150 units
- Lactase 400 units
- Cellulase 200 units
- Papain 600000 units
- Bromelain 300,000 units
- Vitamin A 1000 IU.
- Vitamin D3 200 IU.
- Auxiliary components.
If there is a need to assimilate food more than usual, it is necessary to increase the digestive capacity of the gastrointestinal tract by increasing the amount of digestive enzymes. This is a group of specialized enzymes that break down complex food substances into simpler ones in the gastrointestinal tract, which then, being absorbed through the intestinal mucosa, enter the bloodstream. With an increase in the cost of splitting nutrients, as well as with insufficient production of enzymes by the gastrointestinal tract itself, it becomes necessary to introduce from the outside with biologically active food supplements, for example, with "Assimilator", a natural product that improves digestion. It contains the main enzymes of plant origin.
Action of active components:
- Enzymes that break down carbohydrates.
- Amylase, being the main enzyme of saliva, starts the process of digestion of carbohydrate foods (bakery, cereals, potatoes) in the oral cavity.
- Cellulase is not synthesized by the human digestive system, an enzyme necessary for the digestion of plant fibers (fiber). Actively breaks down cellulose (fiber) with the formation of glucose. Cellulase improves the nutritional value of cereals, fruits and vegetables.
- Lactase is an enzyme that breaks down lactose (milk sugar) into glucose. Improves the absorption of dairy products.
Enzymes that break down proteins:
- Protease together with other enzymes – papain and bromelain – promotes the breakdown of proteins to simple amino acids, improving the quality of their assimilation. Due to this, the sedimentation of protein food residues on the intestinal walls is prevented, and protein metabolism improves. Protease also contributes to the destruction of protein pathogens, strengthening the body's immune defenses.
- Papain and bromelain are active in both the acidic and alkaline environment of the digestive tract, breaking down proteins to a state where they can be easily absorbed.
Enzymes that break down fats:
- Lipase, acting in the small intestine, breaks down saturated fats of animal foods (meat, dairy and seafood), turning them into easily digestible fatty acids, helps the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A and D.
- Vitamin A is an antioxidant, strengthens resistance to infections, plays an important role in cellular immunity, participates in the metabolism of fats, protects the gastrointestinal mucosa.
- Vitamin D regulates phosphorus-calcium metabolism and increases the permeability of the intestinal walls for better absorption of nutrients in the digestive tract.
- improving digestion and assimilation of food;
- getting rid of flatulence, heaviness in the stomach;
- supplying cells with nutrients;
- increase the immune status of the body.