AORA Health enhances the use of microbial fermentation enzymes for digestive function

 

 

 


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Increased consumption of fats in the coldest seasons such as autumn and winter, coupled with less physical activity can increase problems in the digestive system, aggravated in case of enzymatic deficit

Enzymes are proteins that accelerate chemical reactions in the body, fundamental in processes such as digestive. A lack of enzymes can produce problems in the use and absorption of nutrients and may be caused by pancreatic, stomach or intestinal problems, at all levels and by the aging process itself.

 

Digestive enzyme deficiency causes food not to be properly degraded during the digestion process, so it can occur digestive problems, fermentation in the intestines, flatulences and constipationamong other symptoms.

Station changes can increase these problems, due to the consumption of more fatty foods and decreased physical activity. Fresh and raw fruits and vegetables are a food source of enzymes, however, their consumption in autumn and winter decreases compared to the warmest seasons. In deficit situations the consumption of enzyme supplements is required.

The digestive enzymes are composed of Lipasas, Proteases and Amilasas, responsible for disgreating fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Usually, treatment for the enzyme deficit is based on pancreatin, derived from enzymes of porcine origin. AORA Health, Spanish pharmaceutical laboratory specialized in the creation of high-value nutraceuticals, power the microbial fermentation enzymes in its products for digestive health, which have multiple advantages in terms of effectiveness, action and security. Blog sobre salud

Microbial enzymes have stability against a wider range of pH, compared to animal-origin enzymes. In addition, various studies indicate that the enzymes derived from fungi are more effective in the digestion and absorption of fats. This is an important differentiation in international markets, besides being a vegan product.

Enzymax Duo Biotics AORA Health is a product formulated with 5 digestive enzymes (Lipasa, Proteasa 4.5 and 3.0, Amilasa and Glucoamilasa), to improve the absorption of food and symbiotics (Lactobacillus plantarum and FOS), to balance the intestinal microbiota. Symbiotics (prebiotics and probiotics) are helpful with antibiotics, that is, it can be taken during the use of antibiotics to protect the flora of the digestive system.

Your technology is based on a double encapsulation and selective release of enzymes in the stomach and symbiotics in the intestine, which increases its effectiveness.

The digestive products developed by AORA Health are differentiated by having a broad goal, which addresses both the digestive process in the stomach and the intestine. On the other hand, they present a variety of up to 8 non-animal enzymes. In addition, the technology developed by AORA allows to direct, specifically and selectively, the enzymes, either in the stomach or in the intestine, in their optimal conditions of performance.

According to Gonzalo Peñaranda, CEO of AORA Health: “Our range of digestive products is currently present in more than 20 markets and in the process of obtaining marketing license for several more. We have the endorsement of clinical studies conducted by the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, CIAL / CSIC-UAM, University of Cambridge, Ministerio de Sanidad Caribeño and Universidad Uppsala de Sweden. Our objective is to offer the market efficient and scientifically proven products that contribute to the health and well-being of people.”

AORA Health enhances the use of microbial fermentation enzymes for digestive function

AORA Health enhances the use of microbial fermentation enzymes for digestive function

Increased consumption of fats in the coldest seasons such as autumn and winter, coupled with less physical activity can increase problems in the digestive syst

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2024-05-20

 

AORA Health enhances the use of microbial fermentation enzymes for digestive function
AORA Health enhances the use of microbial fermentation enzymes for digestive function

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