Enzymedica | Digest Pregnancy | 90 Capsules
Digest Pregnancy | 90 Capsules:
Digestive Enzymes and Organic Ginger!
Digestive discomfort, especially nausea, is common in the first trimester of pregnancy. The second and third trimesters often bring additional gastrointestinal disturbances like occasional gas and bloating.
Digest Pregnancy is a pure and gentle formula with a unique combination of enzymes to help pregnant women cope with digestive discomforts. The included amount of the enzyme Phytase has been shown to enhance the body's utilization of essential minerals. The addition of organic ginger root aids in reducing nausea common to pregnancy.
Thera-blend is an exclusive process that combines multiple strains of enzymes that work in various pH levels. Thera-blend enzymes have been shown to work three times stronger and more than six times faster than leading digestive supplements.
Pregnancy is undoubtedly a very special time in a woman's life, although circumstances and symptoms will vary from person to person. Many mothers-to-be work hard to improve their lifestyles and eating habits in order to protect their growing baby's health. Challenges may arise since hormones shift and every woman's body goes through significant changes.
Experiencing digestive discomfort, especially nausea, is common in the first trimester of pregnancy. As the fetus grows, the mother's stomach and intestines are affected and the production of digestive enzymes decreases, which may lead to occasional intestinal discomfort, gas, bloating, indigestion and reduced appetite.1 This all occurs at a time when optimal digestion and nutrient assimilation are crucial to both the mother and the baby.
Digest Pregnancy is a pure and gentle formula with a unique combination of vegetarian enzymes and organic ginger root to help women cope with occasional digestive discomforts common to pregnancy.
The comprehensive formula contains a variety of enzymes that each serves a different purpose:
- Protease is a proteolytic enzyme that is included to help the body break down proteins.
- Amylase and lipase aid in digesting carbohydrates and fats, respectively.
- Cellulase, glucoamylase, lactase, maltase, xylanase, invertase and pectinase are specific enzymes that work synergistically to help the body digest food properly.
- Phytase has been shown to support and improve the absorption of calcium and magnesium, which are very important minerals for a developing fetus.2
- Ginger is a long-used botanical ingredient that has been shown to aid in reducing nausea. Many women have found ginger root to be beneficial during pregnancy.3
From conception to delivery, Digest Pregnancy may help mothers during the pivotal prenatal stage by lessening occasional digestive discomforts while promoting nutrient absorption and reducing nausea.
Digest Pregnancy's formula contains Thera-blend enzymes.Thera-blend is an exclusive process that combines multiple strains of enzymes that work in various pH levels. Thera-blend enzymes have been shown to be three times stronger and work more than six times faster than leading digestive supplements.
Take 1 capsule with each meal. More may be taken as needed.
Egg, dairy, preservatives, salt, sucrose, soy, wheat, yeast, nuts, corn, gluten, casein, potato, rice, artificial colors and flavors.
100% vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water).
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
1- Hark, L., and P.M. Catalano. "Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies." Obstetrics: Norm Vol. 1. Philadelphia: Saunders Elsevier, 2012. Print. ll and Problem Pregnancies, 6th Edition. 6th ed.
2- Troesch, B., H. Jing, Laillou, A. and Fowler, A. "Absorption Studies Show That Phytase from Aspergillus Niger Significantly Increases Iron and Zinc Bioavailability from Phytate-rich Foods." Food Nutr Bull. 2013;34 2 (Suppl_S:90-101) Review. PubMed PMID:24050000
3- Viljoen, E., Visser, J., Koen, N. and Musekiwa, A. "A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Effect and Safety of Ginger in the Treatment of Pregnancy-Associated Nausea and Vomiting." Nutr J. 2014;13:20. PubMed PMID: 24642205.