The AL Series is fully capable of assisting in the digestion of proteins, fats, sugars, fibers, and carbs. The AL Series contains Peptidase, Beta Glucanase and Glucoamylase instead of Bromelain or Malt Diastase. The AL Series does not contain Bromelain or Papain because some people are sensitive to them because of their sources. Bromelain comes from pineapple and Papain comes from papaya. The AL Series does not contain Malt Diastase because some believe that it contains a very small amount of gluten which can cause intestinal imbalances for people with Celiac disease. Our enzymes are produced in an Organically Certified facility that is FDA inspected. Our product contains no fillers, yeast, dairy, wheat, soy, gluten or corn and is free of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives. We use the highest quality raw materials to produce superior results.
If you eat fast food, processed food, or cooked food you may need supplemental digestive enzymes to assist in the digestion of these enzyme deficient foods. Researchers have discovered that processing or cooking food kills virtually all of the digestive enzymes that were once in it. Food enzymes are the first step in proper digestion, absorption, and assimilation of vital nutrients. Undigested food can cause many health imbalances that can lead to a variety of issues. This is a full spectrum formulation capable of aiding in the digestion of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, sugars, fibers, and dairy products.
Allegany Nutrition uses the highest quality all-natural blend of plant derived digestive enzymes available on the market today!
Once you know why digestive enzymes are important, itÃ¯Â¿Â½s equally important to know how to find a high quality product. Allegany Nutrition utilizes only plant-derived enzymes from Aspergillis Orzae, Aspergillus Niger, Rhizopus-Oryzae, and Saccharomyces.
Enzymes are the single most important element of your health and far out weigh the importance of any other nutrient. Nothing in the human body functions without enzymes making it happen. Without exception, every new "breakthrough" nutritional product being introduced on the market depends entirely upon enzymes (i.e. MSM, HGH, 5HDP, DHEA, Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, etc.) for it's effectiveness. So, what are enzymes?
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Digestive Enzymes AL 90V Supplemental Facts & Serving Size
CAPSULES PER BOTTLE: 90 count bottle. SUGGESTED SERVING SIZE: 1 Capsule Per Meal Directions: As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 or 2 capsules at the start of each meal, or as directed by your Health Care Professional. May be taken between meals and before bed to aid in detoxification. For best results, adults should drink at least 8-eight ounce glasses of water daily. Contains no corn, dairy, gluten, rice, soy, sugar or fillers.
Function of Each Enzyme
(Ingredients Per Capsule)
Protease pH range is 4 to 10
Breaks down protein. (Beef, chicken, fish, vegetable protein)
Acid Stable Protease pH range is 2 to 5
Breaks down acidic protein. (found in various meats)
Peptidase pH range is 4 to 9
Breaks down protein peptides Peptides connect amino acid chains in protein.
Amylase pH range is 4 to 10
Breaks down Carbohydrates, Starches, and Sugars. (bread, potatoes)
GlucoAmylase pH range is 3 to 6
Breaks down complex and simple sugars
Lipase pH range is 3 to 8
Breaks down fats and oil. (triglycerides, and other lipids)
Lactase pH range is 3 to 9
Breaks down lactose. (cheese, milk, dairy products)
Cellulase pH range is 2.7 to 5.7
Breaks down fibers in fruits and vegetables
Hemicellulase pH range is 2 to 8
Digests vegetables. (breaks down hemicellulose in cell walls)
Beta-Glucanase pH range is 3 to 56
Breaks down fiber and Celluose
Invertase pH range is 3.5 to 5.5
Breaks down sugars
Phytase pH range is 2 to 7
Breaks down phytate which negatively binds important minerals.
Pectinase pH range is 2 to 7
Breaks down pectin. (Pectin - important nutrient in fruits)
Celiac disease occurs when the body reacts abnormally to gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and possibly oats. When someone with celiac disease eats foods containing gluten, that person's immune system causes an inflammatory response in the small intestine, which damages the tissues and results in impaired ability to absorb nutrients from foods. The inflammation and malabsorption create wide-ranging problems in many systems of the body. Since the body's own immune system causes the damage, celiac disease is classified as an "autoimmune" disorder.
Crohn's disease involves inflammation of the intestine, especially the small intestine. Inflammation refers to swelling, redness, and loss of normal function. There is evidence that the inflammation is caused by various products of the immune system that attack the body itself instead of helpfully attacking a foreign invader (a virus or bacteria, for example). The inflammation of Crohn's disease most commonly affects the last part of the ileum (a section of the small intestine), and often includes the large intestine (the colon). However, inflammation may also occur in other areas of the gastrointestinal tract, affecting the mouth, esophagus, or stomach. Crohn's disease differs from ulcerative colitis, the other major type of IBD, in two important ways:
1. The inflammation of Crohn's disease may be discontinuous, meaning that areas of involvement in the intestine may be separated by normal, unaffected segments of intestine. The affected areas are called "regional enteritis," while the normal areas are called "skip areas."
2. The inflammation of Crohn's disease affects all the layers of the intestinal wall, while ulcerative colitis affects only the lining of the intestine.
Diverticulitis refers to the development of inflammation and infection in one or more diverticula. Diverticula are outpouchings or bulges which occur when the inner, lining layer of the large intestine (colon) bulges out (herniates) through the outer, muscular layer. The presence of diverticula indicates a condition called diverticulosis.
Diverticula tend to occur most frequently in the last segment of the large intestine, the sigmoid colon. They occur with decreasing frequency as an examination moves toward the beginning of the large intestine. The chance of developing diverticula increases with age. By the age of 90, virtually everyone will have developed some diverticula. Larger diverticula, termed giant diverticula, are quite infrequent, but may measure as large as 15 cm in diameter.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common intestinal condition characterized by abdominal pain and cramps; changes in bowel movements (diarrhea, constipation, or both); gassiness; bloating; nausea; and other symptoms. There is no cure for IBS. Much about the condition remains unknown or poorly understood; however, dietary changes, drugs, and psychological treatment are often able to eliminate or substantially reduce its symptoms.
IBS is the name people use today for a condition that was once called - among other things - colitis, mucous colitis, spastic colon, nervous colon, spastic bowel, and functional bowel disorder. Some of these names reflected the now-outdated belief that IBS is a purely psychological disorder, a product of the patient's imagination. Although modern medicine recognizes that stress can trigger IBS attacks, medical specialists agree that IBS is a genuine physical disorder - or group of disorders - with specific identifiable characteristics.
No one knows for sure how many Americans suffer from IBS. Surveys indicate a range of 10-20%, with perhaps as many as 30% of Americans experiencing IBS at some point in their lives. IBS normally makes its first appearance during young adulthood, and in half of all cases symptoms begin before age 35. Women with IBS outnumber men by two to one, for reasons that are not yet understood. IBS is responsible for more time lost from work and school than any medical problem other than the common cold. It accounts for a substantial proportion of the patients seen by specialists in diseases of the digestive system (gastroenterologists). Yet only half - possibly as few as 15% - of IBS sufferers ever consult a doctor.
Many people ask us what the differences are between the HP, MF and AL series. Everyone responds differently to different formulations. Therefore we offer 3 unique formulas. All three enzyme formulations are fully capable of assisting in the digestion of proteins, fats, sugars, fibers, and carbs. The AL-Series contains Peptidase, Beta Glucanase and GlucoAmylase instead of Bromelain, Papain, or Malt Diastase. The AL-Series is perfect for someone looking for a good full spectrum digestive enzyme. It also works well for people with Celiac or Crohns disease and for people with sensitive stomachs. The HP-Series is an all round, very strong enzyme formulation. The MF Series is also an all round strong formulation but designed toward people who have a sensitivity to digesting dairy products.
Enzymes Listed Below
MF Series 90 Capsules per Bottle
AL Series 90, 270 Capsules per Bottle
HP Series 90, 270 Capsules per Bottle
Function of Each Enzyme
(Activity Per Capsule)
Breaks down protein.
Acid Stable Protease
Breaks down protein in an acidic environment.
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Breaks down protein peptides.
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Breaks down proteins.
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Breaks down a variety of proteins.
Breaks down carbohydrates, starches, and sugars.
Amyloglucosidase / GlucoAmylase
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Breaks down complex and simple sugars.
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Breaks down complex and simple sugars.
Breaks down fats and oils.
Breaks down lactose. (Dairy products)
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Breaks down carbs; raffinose, stachyose, and melibiose.
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Breaks down fiber and cellulose.
Breaks down fibers in fruits and vegetables.
Breaks down vegetable cell walls.
Breaks down table sugar.
Breaks down phytate which neg. binds minerals.
35 ENDO PG
Breaks down pectin found in fruit.
Ionic Trace Minerals
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