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PureNature Digestive Enzyme

Digestive Enzyme supplements help the body break down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates to assist the body in breaking down and assimilating nutrients to make more energy and give you a healthier life force.

Benefits Of Digestive Enzymes

  • Enhance Nutrition absorption
  • Assists The Body In Breaking down difficult proteins and sugars.
  • Supports Healthy Digestion
  • Improve Digestive Health


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What is PureNature Digestive Enzyme?

PureNature Digestive Enzyme is an all-natural supplement made from a potent blend of digestive enzymes. This vitamin supplement can help the body regain the nutrients and enzymes that most people are missing out on due to their lack of raw foods from our diets.


What are the ingredients in PureNature Digestive Enzyme?

PureNature Digestive Enzyme is formulated from simple, pure, but potent blend of natural ingredients.
  • Makzyme-Pro Enzyme Blend: Fungal Protease from Aspergillus Oryzae, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus plantarum
  • Bromelain, Papain, Fungal Lipase, Fungal Lactase, Alpha Galactosidase.



Frequently Asked Questions

What is the recommended dose for PureNature Digestive Enzyme? Take 2 capsules once daily, 20-30 minutes before your meals with a full glass of water.

Is PureNature Digestive Enzyme all-natural? Yes! This formula has an all-natural formula.

What is PureNature Digestive Enzyme return policy? PureNature offers a 1-year (365 days) full refund from the date of purchase. We have a 24/7 customer service to assist our customers with any concerns. Please contact 1-888-457-6441 with any questions.

We strive to provide our customers with safe and all-natural formulas. Our manufacturing facility is FDA registered,and all our supplements are in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). All our products also carry a certificate of analysis from an independent third-party lab indicating that they are safe. We stand behind our product and assure their quality.



**Individual Results May Vary.

Our Scientific Literature on Digestive Enzymes: There are numerous scientific papers on the benefits of Digestive Enzymes in addressing various diseases. We have compiled some of the literature for your convenience.

[1]  Biedermann, L., and Gerhard Rogler.  2015. The intestinal microbiota: Its role in health and disease. European Journal of Pediatrics 174(2): 151-167.
[2] Harvard Medical School. 2016. Can gut bacteria improve your health? Initial research suggests certain bacteria in your gut can prevent and treat many common diseases. Harvard Health Publishing (2016).
[3] Kailasapathy, K., and Chin, J. (2000) Survival and Therapeutic Potential of Probiotic Organisms with Reference to Lactobacillus acodp[hilus and Bifidobacterium spp. Immunologyand Cell Biology 78:80-88.
[4] Kleerebezem, M., Boekhorst,J., van Kranenburg, R., Molenaar,D., Kuipers, O.P., Leer, R., Tarchini, R., Peters, S.A., Sandbrink, H.M., Fiers, M.W. E. J., Stiekema, W., Lankhorst R.M.K., Bron, P.A., Hoffer, S.M., Groot, M.N. N., Kerkhoven, R., de Vries, M.,Ursing, B., de Vos, W.M., and Siezen, R.J. (2003). Complete genome sequence of Lactobacillusplantarum WCFS1. PNAS 100 (4) 1990-1995.
[5] Kristo, E., Biliaderis, C.G., Tzanetakis, N. (2003). Modeling of rheological, microbiological and acidification properties of a fermented milk product containing aprobiatic strain of Lactobacillusparacasei. International Dairy Journal 12: 517-528.doi:10.1016/S0958-6946(03)00074-8.
[6] Nagpal, R, Kumar, A., Kumar, M.,Behare, P.V. Jain, S. and Yadav, H. 2011. Probiotics, their health benefitsand application for developing healthier foods: a review. FEMS Microbiology 333(1): 1-15.
[7] Selhub, E.M., Logan, Alan, and Bested, A.C. 2014. Fermented foods, microbiota, and mental health: ancient practice meets nutritional psychiatry. Journal of Physiological Anthropology 33(2): 1-12.
[8] Thushara, R.M., Gangadaran, S, Solati, Z., and Moghadasian, M.H. 2016. Cardiovascular benefits of probiotics: a review of experimental and clinical studies. Food Funct 7(2):632-42.doi: 10.1039/c5fo01190f.

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