Integrative Therapeutics | Similase BV | 180 Veg Capsules
Similase BV is formulated with bean and vegetable digestive enzymes, including alpha-galactosidase. Similase BV features alpha-galactosidase to support the breakdown of difficult to digest sugars and oligosaccharides in offending foods.
Bean and vegetable digestive enzymes, including alpha-galactosidase.
Similase BV is a comprehensive, Microbial Enzyme supplement that aids in the digestion of all food groups, while also providing additional enzyme activity for the digestion of beans, legumes and cruciferous vegetables (e.g. broccoli, cabbage, and Brussel sprout) that produce gas in sensitive individuals. Similase BV features alpha-galactosidase to support the breakdown of difficult to digest sugars and oligosaccharides in offending foods.
Comprehensive combination to support the digestion of all food types
Includes alpha-galactosidase to help relieve gas, bloating, and occasional indigestion
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per Container: 90
Quantity per Container: 180 Capsules
Amount Per Serving:
|Ingredient||Amount||% Daily Value|
|Microbial Enzymes Assay Method||626 mg||**|
|Amylase USP (pH 6.8)||21,320 USP||**|
|FCC (pH 4.8)||15,860 DU||**|
|Protease I, II, III, IV USP (pH 7.5)||30,000 USP||**|
|FCC (pH 7.0)||48,750 PC||**|
|FCC (pH 4.7)||82,000 HUT||**|
|Alpha-Galactosidase FCC (pH 5.5)||900 GaIU||**|
|Cellulase I, II FCC (pH 4.5)||280 CU||**|
|Lipase I, II FIP (pH 7.0)||2,100 FIP||**|
|FCC III (pH 6.5)||970 LU||**|
|Phytase Phytic Acid (pH 6.0)||1.7 U||**|
|Lactase I, II FCC III (pH 4.5)||1,130 ALU||**|
|Sucrase (Invertase) FCC (pH 4.6)||270 INVU||**|
|Maltase (Malt Diastase) FCC (pH 4.6)||32,100 DP°||**|
Directions and/or Dosage:
Take 1 or 2 capsules at the beginning of each meal, or as recommended by your healthcare professional.
Vegetable capsule (modified cellulose), cellulose, and ascorbyl palmitate.
Does Not Contain:
Ingredients of animal origin
Not recommended for use if peptic ulcer, gastritis, or heartburn is present. If pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare professional prior to use.