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The Lewis Family Digestive Enzymes provides broad-spectrum support for the digestion and break down of a wide variety of foods—proteins, carbohydrates, fats, sugars, and vegetable fibers.
This supplement even includes special protein-specific enzymes to help with the common food allergens of gluten (found in wheat and other foods) and casein (found in dairy) as well as enzymes that help break down bacterial and yeast cell walls.
Our bodies naturally produce enzymes to help change the food we eat into molecules that our body can absorb and use. Supplemental enzymes can help this natural process of breaking down food so that the nutrients can be absorbed and digested. Enzymes also play an important role in supporting optimal digestion and reducing symptoms.
Completely vegetarian, the Lewis Family Enzymes are free from porcine (pig) or other animal-derived enzymes and contain highly purified, hypoallergenic ingredients.
The high-potency, plant/microbial-derived enzymes in this formula are active across a wide pH range, allowing them to be effective throughout the entire GI tract.
Even if you’ve tried digestive enzymes before, you may be surprised at how much more effective these can be—the quantity and quality of enzymes found in this formula surpasses that of what you can pick up in the store.
With 120 capsules per bottle, the Lewis Family Digestive Enzymes provide a cost-effective solution for both adults and children.
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