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Clinicians DigestEase 90 capsules

Clinicians DigestEase is designed to support digestive and pancreatic enzyme activity and may be helpful for bloating and flatulence. It facilitates the digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats from the diet and the absorption of minerals and vitamins.
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Clinicians DigestEase 90 capsules
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DigestEase Benefits

  • Provides support for impaired digestion. Some factors that contribute to impaired digestion include poor diet, poor eating habits and age-related deficiency. Poor digestion may result in common gastrointestinal problems such as bloating, flatulence, irregular bowels, halitosis and some allergies
  • The pancreatic enzymes used in this product may be used to help reduce flatulence and bloating associated with eating high fat, high carbohydrate meals and may help digestive comfort, improve nutrient absorption
  • Additional enzymes support the digestion of dietary protein and may help reduce symptoms associated with lactose intolerance.
  • May also be used to help with food allergies
  • DigestEase Features
  • Vegecaps are suitable for vegetarians and provides enzyme protection
  • Provides a comprehensive range of digestive enzymes
  • Well tolerated formula
  • Safe for long term use
  • Suitable for all age groups
  • May be used alongside conventional medication
  • Does not appear to reduce in effect in long term use
  • Digestion is the process by which the body breaks down food for absorption. Without this vital process, our cells, tissues and organs would not receive the building blocks that maintain growth, development and well-being. The process of digestion starts in the mouth where enzymes in saliva start to work on the food. The food then moves to the stomach where it encounters gastric enzymes which specifically break down proteins into amino acid building blocks. From here the contents move into the small intestine where they are worked on by the pancreatic enzymes.
  • These enzymes break down carbohydrates, proteins and fats with the aid of bile secreted by the gall bladder. If this process is successful, the nutrients are absorbed by the body where they can be used. Many individuals will experience the effects of digestive enzyme deficiency. Some causes include poor diet, poor eating habits and age-related deficiency. Poor digestion may result in common gastrointestinal problems such as bloating, flatulence, constipation, malabsorption syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, halitosis and some allergies.
  • Natural ways to enhance digestive enzyme production include:
  • Eating habits: Chew food well and slowly. Eat slowly and try to minimise the amount of air swallowed with each mouthful.
  • Diet: Select a wide range of fresh fruit and vegetables. Some fruits like papaya, kiwi and pineapple are naturally high in enzymes. Reduce intake of refined carbohydrates, fried fatty foods, alcohol, and carbonated soft drinks.
  • In addition to changes in dietary practise, nutritional supplements containing a selection of gastric and pancreatic enzymes can be of benefit in aiding digestion.

DigestEase Recommended Dose:

  • Adult: 1 to 2 capsules daily, with main meals.

Active Ingredients now showing per vegetable capsule:
Actinidin (kiwifruit ext.)(equiv. to 0.9 CSU)
Amylase (equiv. to 250 DU)
Bromelain (pineapple ext.)(equiv. to 50 GDU)
Cellulase (equiv. to 200 CU)
Lactase (equiv. to 150 LacU)
Lipase (equiv. to 200 LU)
Papain (papaya ext.) (equiv. to 300,000 PU))

No added: yeast, sugar, artificial colours or preservatives.

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding: Considered safe during this time under health professional supervision.

Clinicians products support rather than compete with modern medicines. As medicines can deplete nutrients in the body, it was important to develop nutritional products that replenish the nutrients lost. Clinicians products, if taken on a regular basis, can also reduce the dependency on modern medicines.
Back in 1997, two pharmacists - Mike Cushman and Denis Kay - came to realise that the current pharmaceutical model was limited. Simply put, it couldn’t provide the total answer to delivering wellness for their customers. Mike and Denis researched general and specific conditions to understand key drivers that triggered the imbalances that caused specific conditions. Along with this they researched the impact of modern medicines on body processes and their contribution to these imbalances.
And the result? The Clinicians product range of nutritional support. The product range developed includes not only general vitamin and mineral supplements, but also products for specific conditions and now a Works With Medicine range.

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