Full Spectrum Digest provides a potent, Non-GMO broad-range vegan enzyme blend, to assist the breakdown of a wide range of protein, fats, and carbohydrates found in potentially troublesome foods.* These include gluten, gliadin, fatty foods, starches, egg, soy, lactose, and milk proteins (whey, casein).* The formula includes Glutalytic®, lactase, lipase, alpha-galactosidase, and amylase.
Full Spectrum Digest supports normal digestive function because it can degrade other potential allergenic proteins, in addition to gluten*. Besides gluten and gliadin, it helps degrade wheat protein, both the milk proteins whey and casein, ovalbumin, salmon, almonds, soy, eggs, and peanuts.
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule||Amount Per Serving|
|Glutalytic (Endo & Exo-Peptidase Blend)
|Protease DDP IV
|Amylase 15,000 DU
|Lactase 4500 ALU
|Lipase 2500 FIP
|Alpha-Galactosidase 150 GalU
Other Ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, rice dextrin, medium-chained triglycerides
As a dietary supplement, 1 capsule one to three times daily with meals, or as directed by a healthcare professional. Not recommended for use with light snacks.
Glutalytic®: A powerful high-quality enzyme blend that contains both exo and endopeptidases, which enhances its digestive speed and completeness.* Gluten is a well-known protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. Most gluten enzyme formulas contain either endopeptidase, which breaks the peptide bonds internally, or exopeptidase, which breaks the bonds externally. Glutalytic® contains both endo- and exopeptidases, which enhances its ability to degrade gluten, working more quickly and completely than each peptidase could do separately. Acting in conjunction, the peptidases create the correct endopeptidase cleavage pattern near the long-chain amino acids that need to be hydrolyzed by the exopeptidase. Once the peptide has been broken down to a small enough chain, the body does not recognize it as gluten anymore, but rather as small, random, non-allergic peptides.* Glutalytic® source is Aspergillus niger, Bacillus subtilis, and Aspergillus oryzae.