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Schiff Digestive Advantage® Fast Acting Enzymes plus Daily Probiotic -- 32 Capsules


Schiff Digestive Advantage® Fast Acting Enzymes plus Daily Probiotic
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Schiff Digestive Advantage® Fast Acting Enzymes plus Daily Probiotic -- 32 Capsules

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Schiff Digestive Advantage® Fast Acting Enzymes plus Daily Probiotic Description

  • Probiotic Survives Stomach Acid 100X Better
  • Fast Acting Enzymes
    • Supports Breakdown of Hard-to-Digest Carbohydrates
    • Helps Prevent Gas
  • Daily Probiotic
    • Helps Reduce Bloating & Abdominal Discomfort
  • Powered by Ganeden BC30 Probiotic® - Digestive & Immune Health

To Support Overall Digestive Health, Choose Digestive Advantage Fast Acting Enzymes + Daily Probiotic

 

Digestive Advantage Fast Acting Enzymes Plus Daily Probiotic contains powerful ingredients. the Enzymes help you break down hard to digest carbohydrates, while the Daily Probiotic helps lessen abdominal discomfort and bloating while helping to reduce occasional diarrhea. together, this will allow you to see short-term and long term digestive benefits.

 

Why Digestive Advantage?

Many probiotics don't survive through the stomach acid. Digestive Advantage does; it survives through the stomach's harsh environment 100x better than leading probiotics and yogurt.

 

Why does Digestive Advantage survive?

The unique probiotic, BC30, that is used only in Digestive Advantage, is naturally protected by a layer of protein. This protection allows it to survive through the stomach's acid. It can then reach the intestines where you need it most in order to promote digestive and immune health.

 

Enjoy the Benefits

• Fast acting enzymes

• Helps stop intestinal gas before it starts

• Promotes long-term digestive health with continued use

• Just one capsule daily


Directions

Adults: Take one (1) capsule daily with water before problem foods. Some individuals may require taking two (2) or more capsules daily depending on intake of problem foods. Do not take more than three (3) capsules daily.

Children 8 years and over: For children it is recommended that one (1) capsule be opened and contents mixed into food or drink.

Upon initial use, it may take 7 to 14 days for you to feel the product working. Consistent, daily use is needed to maintain results.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 32
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
BC30 Bacillus coagulens GBI-30, 60862 Billion viable cells*
Hemicellulase (from Aspergillus niger)14250 HCU*
Cellulase (from Aspergillus niger)2850 CU*
Cellulase (from Trichoderma longibrachiatum)1900 CU*
Alpha-Galactosidase (from Aspergillus niger)400 GalU*
Invertase (from Saccharomyces cerevisiae)400 SU*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin, hypromellose, microcrystalline cellulose, dextrin, citric acid, titanium dioxide, sodium benzoate (preservative), silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, mannitol, calcium gluconate, ground limestone.

Contains milk, soy and wheat.

Warnings

If pregnant, breastfeeding, or on medication, consult your physician before using this product. Always consult your pediatrician before giving your child dietary supplements.

Galactosemics - consult your physician.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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5 Things That Affect the Way Your Body Absorbs Nutrients

You take care to eat right, but you may be getting short shrift on all those wonderful organic vegetables that can consume most of your paycheck. Technically speaking, neither foods nor supplements are in your body until they’ve been absorbed—so you may not be getting all the nutritional benefits you expect.

Paying attention to how your body absorbs what you feed it is a huge but underestimated part of optimizing your nutrition. How big a deal is it? Poor nutrient absorption can lead to a number of ailments, such as anemia, poor liver function, diarrhea and reduced energy production.

Woman Concerned About Nutrient Absorption Eating Handful of Almonds | Vitacost.com/blog

Absorption begins with digestion, a complex odyssey that goes from your mouth to stomach to small intestine to bloodstream. Some types of nutrients take longer to digest than others, such as fat and protein, since enzymes that break down carbs are released earlier in the digestive process. Here are five key factors to keep in mind that affect how well the body can digest and synthesize nutrients:

1. Stress

When you are stressed, the fight or flight response takes over and can shut down digestion in the process. Indigestion and heartburn are two common results to a constant fight or flight atmosphere in the microbiome. This bodywide nervous-system response is one of the major ways that absorption gets compromised. To reduce their symptoms, many people ply antacids—but antacids can also decrease absorption of some nutrients. Most integrative health experts say a better option is to find effective ways to navigate stress, especially when eating. A workable stress management plan can relieve indigestion and heartburn, creating more favorable circumstances for normal absorption.

2. Exercise

While exercise is great for regular elimination and colon health, too arduous a workout can wreak havoc on digestion, especially if you don’t give food time to digest. Working out on a full belly can hijack digestive resources and interfere with proper absorption. Hence the importance of waiting a couple of hours before intense exercise. If your body is busy trying to divert blood and nutrients to muscles, it can’t also stay focused on the task of digestion

3. Caffeine

Tea, coffee, cola and chocolate all contain caffeine, which, in large amounts, can interfere with the absorption of certain nutrients, notably iron. People with iron deficiencies are often advised to avoid caffeine. According to one study, drinking coffee lowers the absorption of non-heme iron at the same meal by about 35 percent, and drinking tea, a worse offender, can lower the absorption by up to 62 percent. I

f you are hooked on caffeine but also iron deficient, consider waiting an hour or so between caffeine and supplements or meals that contain iron. If you absolutely need both at the same time, consider adding a couple of tablespoons of milk or cream to coffee or tea to buffer the interference.

4. Alcohol

Many people don’t realize that habitual alcohol consumption can cause nutritional deficiencies. How so? Alcohol damages the cells in the stomach and small intestines that can impact absorption of vitamins and minerals; it also decreases the secretion of digestive enzymes. For optimal absorption, keep alcohol to a minimum or at least avoid it within four hours of taking supplements.

5. Lack of dietary fat

Fat soluble vitamins, such as Vitamin D, are stored in fatty tissue and get slowly released as the tissue is broken down by the body. Fat must be present in your intestines for vitamin D to be properly absorbed. If your diet does not include healthy fatty acids your ability to absorb vitamin D may be reduced. The fix?  Take your vitamin D supplement with food containing fat, which for many people is dinner, the largest meal of the day for most people.

Finally, as a bonus tip, one simple way to increase your ability to absorb food is ridiculously simple—become a better chewer. Chewing is an essential part of digestion. The more you chew, the better your food will be broken down (with the help of digestives enzymes released in your mouth) prior to entering your stomach. If you properly chew your food, the more nutrients you will absorb and effectively metabolize.

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