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Sunday, November 18, 2007


Biogrow digestive enzymes is specially formulated to aid digestion, improve absorption of nutrients and relieve stress while enhancing the elimination of waste products of metabolism.
Biogrow digestive enzymes comprises of 10 different types of plant-derived enzymes and herbal ingredients (Mulberry fruit, Wolfberry fruit and Glossy privet fruit).
The distinctive function of each enzyme is as below:
1. Protease => Protease I, II & III, Bromelain, Peotizyme SP.
The function of protease is to digest proteins such as meat, milk and soya. Peptizyme SP also possesses anti-inflammatory and sputum liquefying effects.

2. Carbohydrases => Alpha & Beta Amylase, Cellulase, Lactase, Sucrase, Maltase, Hemiseb
The function of carbohydrases is to digest starches and carbohydrate, break down fiber cellulose and aid in digestion of dairy products.

3. Lipase is to digest fat.
The benefits of Biogrow Digestive Enzymes:
1. Improve indigestion and heartburn problems resulting from too much acid in the stomach.
2. Experience relief from gas and bloating.
3. Improve digestion of dairy products caused by lactose intolerance.
4. Diminish food allergies due to more complete protein digestion.
5. Reduce flatulence due to more complete carbohydrate digestion.
6. Increase in energy level.
7. Relief from ulcers.
8. Relief digestion related side effects caused by some prescription medications.

Product features:
1.Biogrow digestive enzymes comprises of plant-derived enzymes. Therefore it contains highest active units and work in a broadest pH range. (pH 3-9)
2. Combination of total 10 different types of enzymes.
3. Hemiseb is a very special enzyme complex that is capable to hydrolyze undigestible plant residues found mostly in legumes, wheat, rice & soybeans, etc.
4. Peptizyme SP is a stronger caseinolytic (fibrinolytic). Possesses anti-inflammatory and sputum liquefying effects.
5. Although it is locally made but the digestive enzymes are imported from USA.

For further info, please consult your reliable pharmacists.

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