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  • Microbiome Broad Spectrum Enzyme w/DPP-IV™

Microbiome Broad Spectrum Enzyme w/DPP-IV™

Brand:Kirkman Group
Product Code:4234-120
Availability:In Stock
  • $46.50

  • Ex Tax: $46.50

A proprietary blend of 17 pure, plant based enzymes that support digestion of a wide range of foods. Free of common allergens. Gluten and casein free. Capsules are plant based. Ultra Tested®.

Microbiome Broad Spectrum Enzyme with DPP-IV is a proprietary formulation that provides broad spectrum enzymatic activity to support microbiome health.

This unique product provides a combination of proteases, amylases, lipases, disaccharides and cellulases that replace the enzymes lost in cooking, thus lessening the burden on the body’s digestive tract so that it can function optimally, while also supporting optimal nutrient absorption.

A unique blend of 17 pure, plant-based enzymes that are recognized as essential for the effective digestion of all food groups, including proteins, carbohydrates, fats, sugars and fiber under a wide range of pH conditions are included in this formulation. The addition of the dipeptidyl peptidase-IV (DPPIV) enzyme analog supports the ability of the body to degrade peptides formed from exposure to casein and gluten.

In situations where undigested protein fragments are left in the gut, a healthy microbiome can become unhealthy. Individuals particularly sensitive to these undigested protein fragments can experience very negative responses that often manifest themselves as pain or negative behavior. DPP-IV™ can support the digestion of these undigested protein fragments and help prevent these undesirable responses.

Microbiome Broad Spectrum Enzyme w/DPP-IV™ is formulated to support digestive activity for a full range of foods. It provides a comprehensive “foundation” of supplemental enzymes to support optimal digestion. Each enzyme works independently, but also in a complementary role to optimally impact digestion of dietary components.

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