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Digestive Center Launches ACTZYM, A Digestive Enzyme Designed to Optimize Overall Health and Wellness

(February 15, 2018)
The Digestive Center, a trusted name in Digestive health and cutting-edge research, recently launched ACTZYM - a digestive enzyme formulated to assist with the breakdown of food and absorption of essential vitamins and minerals. While some more serious digestive conditions exist that could thwart one’s best attempts at maintaining balanced nutrition, more common causes — such as aging or stress — can also lead to poor absorption of nutrients into the body.

15 February, 2018 - Digestive enzymes are somewhat of a growing trend in the health and wellness industry at the moment and for good reason. Digestive Enzymes, which are primarily produced in the Pancreas and Small Intestine, break down foods into nutrients so that the body can absorb them. Without enough Digestive Enzymes, or at least enough healthy and productive enzymes to carry out this function, the body is unable to break down food. This means that even a person with the most pristine nutritional habits may not be getting the vitamins and minerals they think they are.


The Digestive Center recently launched ACTZYM, a digestive enzyme designed to assist with the breakdown of everyday foods and optimize absorption of vital nutrients. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), 60-70 million Americans are affected by digestive diseases and other digestive health concerns. While more serious digestive conditions like Cystic Fibrosis and Pancreatic Cancer exist, there are more common symptoms of digestive distress — such as gas and bloating, the feeling of fullness shortly after eating, and unusual stools — that often get ignored.

ACTZYM, a plant-based enzyme, combines several potent ingredients formulated with your best health in mind. Lipase, Amylase, and Protease 1 & Protease 2, help with the efficient breakdown of fats, starch, and proteins into small building blocks easily absorbed and processed back into the body and blood stream. Papain, a proteolytic enzyme extracted from the leaf and raw fruit of the papaya plant, helps break down tough amino acids (or protein fibers) into smaller strings of proteins. It has also been shown to ease constipation, bloating, and inflammation. Lastly, ACTZYM includes Bromelain, a mixture of digestive enzymes extracted from pineapples that has strong anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial abilities.

Jonathan Wilson, head of the Digestive Research at the Digestive Center, recently discussed how ACTZYM can dramatically improve a person’s overall quality of life: “Many people in the United States suffer from some sort of digestive distress and choose to ignore it, to manage it on their own. We believe that ACTZYM will not only help with the absorption of essential vitamins and minerals, but alleviate problematic digestive symptoms. Improved digestive health contributes to overall wellness and we look forward to help people feel their very best.”

For more information on ACTZYM, visit www.digestivecenter.com or https://Facebook.com/digestivecenterofficial

Media ContactCompany Name: The Digestive Center

Contact Person: ACTZYM
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1-(800)-452-2059
Address:11755 Wilshire Blvd
City: Los Angeles
State: California
Country: United States
Website: Www.digestivecenter.com

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