At our core, we’re driven by a commitment to science-backed, nature-inspired solutions for optimal health and wellness. The effectiveness of our Digestive Enzymes+ product lies in the thoughtful combination of natural ingredients meticulously selected for their digestive health benefits, as each component contributes synergistically to support the body’s digestive processes.  

We recognise the importance of harnessing the inherent benefits of these ingredients to provide a comprehensive solution for digestive wellness. While waiting for the product to return in stock, you can incorporate these digestive enzymes into your diet through natural food sources.  

Here’s how you can include each ingredient: 

  1. Aloe Vera: Our Aloe Vera product is the perfect solution. It’s known for its soothing properties for the digestive system. 
  1. Amylase: Foods rich in amylase include whole grains, such as oats, barley, and quinoa, as well as legumes like lentils and beans. 
  1. Bromelains: Pineapple is a great natural source of bromelain. Fresh pineapple can be consumed on its own or added to fruit salads and smoothies. 
  1. Cellulase: Cellulase is found in fibrous fruits and vegetables like apples, pears, carrots, and celery. Including these in your diet can help with cellulose breakdown. 
  1. Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel): Fennel can be consumed raw in salads, or it can be cooked in soups, stews, or roasted with other vegetables. 
  1. Lipase: Avocados, nuts, and seeds are rich sources of lipase. Including these healthy fats in your diet can support lipid digestion. 
  1. Protease: Foods high in protease include lean meats, fish, eggs, and dairy products like yogurt and cheese. 
  1. Tilactase: Tilactase, or lactase, helps digest lactose found in dairy products. If you’re lactose intolerant, you can include lactose-free dairy products or lactase supplements. 
  1. Zingiber Officinale (Ginger): Ginger can be consumed fresh, grated into dishes, or brewed into tea. It aids digestion and can help alleviate digestive discomfort. 

Incorporating a variety of these foods into your meals can help support digestion while you wait for the product to become available again. Additionally, maintaining a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins can further support digestive health.