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BioTrust Absorbmax- Digestive Enzyme Supplement
BioTrust Absorbmax- Digestive Enzyme Supplement

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  • Helps soothe occasional digestive discomfort
  • Supports the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins, including the most difficult-to-digest nutrients
  • Helps the body absorb nutrients and convert food into energy
  • Supports gut health
  • Full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement featuring proteases, carbohydrases, and lipases

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AbsorbMax™ — Full-Spectrum Digestive Enzyme Supplement

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Premium Digestion and Gut Health Formula

  • Helps soothe occasional digestive discomfort
  • Supports the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins, including the most difficult-to-digest nutrients
  • Helps the body absorb nutrients and convert food into energy
  • Supports gut health
  • Full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement featuring proteases, carbohydrases, and lipases

Why Does Digestion Change with Age?

Have you noticed that food affects you a little bit differently as you’ve gotten older? Do you struggle with occasional digestive distress, like gas, bloating,  or general discomfort? Have you found that certain foods can even affect other areas of your body?  Are you noticing new sensitivities to foods you used to be able to eat without thinking twice, including grains, dairy, and other healthy foods like certain fruits and vegetables?

If so, you’re not alone. You see, as we get older, digestion becomes less efficient, and we’re more likely to experience maldigestion. While there are multiple factors at play, a key reason is our body’s production of enzymes decreases with age. In addition to the normal aging process, there are several other factors that contribute to our bodies’ ability to produce enzymes, including our diet and food choices.

For example, instead of choosing raw foods, which are typically packaged with naturally-occurring enzymes that help with digestion, most people choose foods that are cooked, which destroys food enzymes. Of course, more and more people opt for processed foods, which are stripped of any enzyme potential, or gas-ripened and irradiated foods, which have no enzymatic activity.

And if you’re not consistently eating a nutrient-dense diet, you may not be getting enough of the nutrients (such as B vitamins and magnesium) that are necessary for enzyme production and healthy digestion. In addition to age and diet, even lifestyle factors like stress  can adversely affect digestive enzyme activity and impair digestion.

Before going any further, let’s take a step back and talk about why digestive enzymes are good for you. Simply put, digestive enzymes are the keys that unlock foods’ potential. More precisely, digestive enzymes break down the fats, carbohydrates, and proteins in the food we eat into smaller pieces our bodies can absorb and use.

According to Dr. Edward Howell, enzyme pioneer, enzymes are essential for proper digestion, which directly correlates with optimal health. In his research, Dr. Howell found that we produce fewer digestive enzymes as we age. In fact, Dr. Howell coined the Enzyme Nutrition Axiom, which basically states that age is inversely correlated with enzyme production, and as we get older, the organs responsible for producing digestive enzymes become less efficient.

What Is the Problem with Most Digestive Aids on the Market?

It’s important to point out that the body produces many types of enzymes. In fact, every biological reaction that takes place in our cells depends on enzymes. Simply put, enzymes are essential to sustain life. Having said that, not all enzymes are the same, and each enzyme has a very specific function.

Along those lines, when it comes to digestive enzymes, there are specific enzymes to break down fats (called lipases), carbohydrates (called carbohydrases), and proteins (called proteases or proteolytic enzymes). A protein-digesting enzyme cannot break down fat; a lipase cannot digest a starch; and a carbohydrate-digesting enzyme can’t break down protein. Each enzyme has a very specific function, which is referred to as enzyme specificity. And because the majority of us eat foods that contain a mix of nutrients, we need a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement to help aid digestion.

 So, when it comes to choosing a digestive enzyme supplement, how do you decide what’s best for you? Unless you have very specific needs, a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement that supports the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins is usually ideal.

 Unfortunately, many digestive aids and digestive enzyme supplements focus on only one type of food or nutrient or provide just a couple of enzymes. For example, one of the most popular categories of digestive enzyme supplements provides lactase, the enzyme responsible for breaking down lactose (milk sugar). While insufficient lactase production can indeed be an issue for some folks, milk intolerance may also be due to poor digestion of the proteins (such as casein). In other words, a digestive enzyme supplement that only provides lactase isn’t going to cut it.

 And remember, we typically don’t eat isolated nutrients. We eat food, which contains a mixture and a variety of fats, carbs, and proteins. What’s more, the body’s production of ALL enzymes decreases as a result of age, diet, and lifestyle. Only a digestive enzyme supplement that contains a broad range of enzymes supports optimal digestion, helps the body absorb nutrients, and helps convert all the food we eat into energy. As an added bonus, a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement can offer additional benefits in terms of cost-savings compared to, say, using three or more digestive enzyme supplements.

Why Is AbsorbMax the Best Digestive Enzyme Supplement?

Unlike many digestive enzyme supplements that focus on only one type of food or provide just a couple of enzymes, AbsorbMax features a full spectrum of digestive enzymes, including proteases, carbohydrases, and lipases to support the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins.

In doing so, AbsorbMax supports optimal nutrient use, may help soothe occasional digestive discomfort, such as gas and bloating while also supporting gut health. With its comprehensive array of digestive enzymes, AbsorbMax supports the digestion of the most difficult-to-digest foods, nutrients, and “probable suspects”:

  • Proteins
  • Fibers
  • Starches
  • Dairy (including lactose and casein)
  • Grains (including gluten)
  • Beans
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Polyphenols
  • And more

Simply put, we truly believe anyone who eats food can benefit from a good full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement. And that’s precisely why we developed AbsorbMax, which helps support digestion, nutrient absorption, and gut health and helps soothe occasional digestive discomfort, such as gas and bloating.

AbsorbMax is a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement that supports gut health and the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins, including the most difficult-to-digest nutrients. In doing so, AbsorbMax supports optimal nutrient use and helps soothe occasional digestive discomfort, such as gas and bloating.

 Here is a brief overview of the functions of the key digestive enzymes in AbsorbMax:

  • Proteases are enzymes that break down dietary proteins into their constituent amino acids, and they are also referred to as proteolytic enzymes. These enzymes are used to maximize digestion of proteins for improved nutrient absorption and use and to reduce the likelihood of digestive discomfort from difficult-to-digest proteins, such as gluten and those found in dairy.AbsorbMax contains the following proteolytic enzymes:
    • Protease SP
    • Protease S
    • Aspergillopepsin
    • Peptidase
    • Bromelain
  • Carbohydrases are the enzymes that break down carbohydrates. Below is a list of the carbohydrases in AbsorbMax along with their specific functions:
    • Amylase is the enzyme responsible for breaking down longer-chain carbohydrates (polysaccharides), such as starches, into smaller sugars.
    • Glucoamylase complements amylase by helping break down larger carbohydrates into smaller, absorbable ones.
    • Lactase is the enzyme responsible for breaking down the “milk sugar” lactose into its component sugars, glucose and galactose, and for supporting the healthy digestion of dairy products.
    • Alpha Galactosidase helps break down the difficult-to-digest carbohydrates raffinose and stachyose, which are found in beans, for example, that commonly lead to gas.
    • Cellulase, an enzyme that is produced by plants but not humans, breaks down the cell walls of plant-based foods (such as fruits and vegetables), releasing nutrients (such as polyphenols) that would otherwise remain “trapped” for the body to absorb.
    • Beta Glucanase is another enzyme produced by plants that helps break down difficult-to-digest fibers found in oats, wheat, barley, and other grains.
    • Pectinase, another enzyme not produced by humans, helps break down indigestible carbohydrates, such as pectin, found in many fruits and vegetables.
    • Xylanase helps break down difficult-to-digest carbohydrates found in wheat, oats, and barley.
  • Lipase is the category of digestive enzymes responsible for breaking down triglycerides (dietary fat) and helping improve fat digestion. Because of their role in fat digestion, lipases help support healthy gallbladder function.

Q: What is the best way to take this product?

Take (1) capsule immediately prior to meals.

Q: Does this product contain caffeine or any other stimulants?

No, this product is caffeine- and stimulant-free.

Q: Are there any allergy concerns with this product?

This product may contain trace amounts of soy. GMP quality assured. Always review the label for the most accurate information.

Q: If I have a medical condition, can I take this product?

AbsorbMax is for use by healthy adults over 18 years old. Do not take this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician before use if you are taking any prescription or over-the-counter medications or are being treated for any medical condition. Discontinue use and consult your physician if you experience any adverse reaction to this product.

Q: Is it safe to order online from your web site?

Yes. We use a 256-bit secure shopping cart where 100% of your data is encrypted, safe and secure. Our secure cart is verified by numerous 3rd party security verification systems, including the leader in security scanning, McAfee Secure, so you can rest assured that your information is 100% safe and secure at all times.

Q: What if this product doesn't work for me?

While AbsorbMax was created to work, if for any reason at all you are unsatisfied with your AbsorbMax purchase, just let us know and we will issue a prompt and courteous refund even on empty bottles. You're always protected by our industry best 60-Day Money Back Guarantee.

Why Does Digestion Change with Age?

Have you noticed that food affects you a little bit differently as you’ve gotten older? Do you struggle with occasional digestive distress, like gas, bloating,  or general discomfort? Have you found that certain foods can even affect other areas of your body?  Are you noticing new sensitivities to foods you used to be able to eat without thinking twice, including grains, dairy, and other healthy foods like certain fruits and vegetables?

If so, you’re not alone. You see, as we get older, digestion becomes less efficient, and we’re more likely to experience maldigestion. While there are multiple factors at play, a key reason is our body’s production of enzymes decreases with age. In addition to the normal aging process, there are several other factors that contribute to our bodies’ ability to produce enzymes, including our diet and food choices.

For example, instead of choosing raw foods, which are typically packaged with naturally-occurring enzymes that help with digestion, most people choose foods that are cooked, which destroys food enzymes. Of course, more and more people opt for processed foods, which are stripped of any enzyme potential, or gas-ripened and irradiated foods, which have no enzymatic activity.

And if you’re not consistently eating a nutrient-dense diet, you may not be getting enough of the nutrients (such as B vitamins and magnesium) that are necessary for enzyme production and healthy digestion. In addition to age and diet, even lifestyle factors like stress  can adversely affect digestive enzyme activity and impair digestion.

Before going any further, let’s take a step back and talk about why digestive enzymes are good for you. Simply put, digestive enzymes are the keys that unlock foods’ potential. More precisely, digestive enzymes break down the fats, carbohydrates, and proteins in the food we eat into smaller pieces our bodies can absorb and use.

According to Dr. Edward Howell, enzyme pioneer, enzymes are essential for proper digestion, which directly correlates with optimal health. In his research, Dr. Howell found that we produce fewer digestive enzymes as we age. In fact, Dr. Howell coined the Enzyme Nutrition Axiom, which basically states that age is inversely correlated with enzyme production, and as we get older, the organs responsible for producing digestive enzymes become less efficient.

What Is the Problem with Most Digestive Aids on the Market?

It’s important to point out that the body produces many types of enzymes. In fact, every biological reaction that takes place in our cells depends on enzymes. Simply put, enzymes are essential to sustain life. Having said that, not all enzymes are the same, and each enzyme has a very specific function.

Along those lines, when it comes to digestive enzymes, there are specific enzymes to break down fats (called lipases), carbohydrates (called carbohydrases), and proteins (called proteases or proteolytic enzymes). A protein-digesting enzyme cannot break down fat; a lipase cannot digest a starch; and a carbohydrate-digesting enzyme can’t break down protein. Each enzyme has a very specific function, which is referred to as enzyme specificity. And because the majority of us eat foods that contain a mix of nutrients, we need a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement to help aid digestion.

 So, when it comes to choosing a digestive enzyme supplement, how do you decide what’s best for you? Unless you have very specific needs, a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement that supports the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins is usually ideal.

 Unfortunately, many digestive aids and digestive enzyme supplements focus on only one type of food or nutrient or provide just a couple of enzymes. For example, one of the most popular categories of digestive enzyme supplements provides lactase, the enzyme responsible for breaking down lactose (milk sugar). While insufficient lactase production can indeed be an issue for some folks, milk intolerance may also be due to poor digestion of the proteins (such as casein). In other words, a digestive enzyme supplement that only provides lactase isn’t going to cut it.

 And remember, we typically don’t eat isolated nutrients. We eat food, which contains a mixture and a variety of fats, carbs, and proteins. What’s more, the body’s production of ALL enzymes decreases as a result of age, diet, and lifestyle. Only a digestive enzyme supplement that contains a broad range of enzymes supports optimal digestion, helps the body absorb nutrients, and helps convert all the food we eat into energy. As an added bonus, a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement can offer additional benefits in terms of cost-savings compared to, say, using three or more digestive enzyme supplements.

Why Is AbsorbMax the Best Digestive Enzyme Supplement?

Unlike many digestive enzyme supplements that focus on only one type of food or provide just a couple of enzymes, AbsorbMax features a full spectrum of digestive enzymes, including proteases, carbohydrases, and lipases to support the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins.

In doing so, AbsorbMax supports optimal nutrient use, may help soothe occasional digestive discomfort, such as gas and bloating while also supporting gut health. With its comprehensive array of digestive enzymes, AbsorbMax supports the digestion of the most difficult-to-digest foods, nutrients, and “probable suspects”:

  • Proteins
  • Fibers
  • Starches
  • Dairy (including lactose and casein)
  • Grains (including gluten)
  • Beans
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Polyphenols
  • And more

Simply put, we truly believe anyone who eats food can benefit from a good full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement. And that’s precisely why we developed AbsorbMax, which helps support digestion, nutrient absorption, and gut health and helps soothe occasional digestive discomfort, such as gas and bloating.

AbsorbMax is a full-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement that supports gut health and the timely and proper digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins, including the most difficult-to-digest nutrients. In doing so, AbsorbMax supports optimal nutrient use and helps soothe occasional digestive discomfort, such as gas and bloating.

 Here is a brief overview of the functions of the key digestive enzymes in AbsorbMax:

  • Proteases are enzymes that break down dietary proteins into their constituent amino acids, and they are also referred to as proteolytic enzymes. These enzymes are used to maximize digestion of proteins for improved nutrient absorption and use and to reduce the likelihood of digestive discomfort from difficult-to-digest proteins, such as gluten and those found in dairy.AbsorbMax contains the following proteolytic enzymes:
    • Protease SP
    • Protease S
    • Aspergillopepsin
    • Peptidase
    • Bromelain
  • Carbohydrases are the enzymes that break down carbohydrates. Below is a list of the carbohydrases in AbsorbMax along with their specific functions:
    • Amylase is the enzyme responsible for breaking down longer-chain carbohydrates (polysaccharides), such as starches, into smaller sugars.
    • Glucoamylase complements amylase by helping break down larger carbohydrates into smaller, absorbable ones.
    • Lactase is the enzyme responsible for breaking down the “milk sugar” lactose into its component sugars, glucose and galactose, and for supporting the healthy digestion of dairy products.
    • Alpha Galactosidase helps break down the difficult-to-digest carbohydrates raffinose and stachyose, which are found in beans, for example, that commonly lead to gas.
    • Cellulase, an enzyme that is produced by plants but not humans, breaks down the cell walls of plant-based foods (such as fruits and vegetables), releasing nutrients (such as polyphenols) that would otherwise remain “trapped” for the body to absorb.
    • Beta Glucanase is another enzyme produced by plants that helps break down difficult-to-digest fibers found in oats, wheat, barley, and other grains.
    • Pectinase, another enzyme not produced by humans, helps break down indigestible carbohydrates, such as pectin, found in many fruits and vegetables.
    • Xylanase helps break down difficult-to-digest carbohydrates found in wheat, oats, and barley.
  • Lipase is the category of digestive enzymes responsible for breaking down triglycerides (dietary fat) and helping improve fat digestion. Because of their role in fat digestion, lipases help support healthy gallbladder function.

Q: What is the best way to take this product?

Take (1) capsule immediately prior to meals.

Q: Does this product contain caffeine or any other stimulants?

No, this product is caffeine- and stimulant-free.

Q: Are there any allergy concerns with this product?

This product may contain trace amounts of soy. GMP quality assured. Always review the label for the most accurate information.

Q: If I have a medical condition, can I take this product?

AbsorbMax is for use by healthy adults over 18 years old. Do not take this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician before use if you are taking any prescription or over-the-counter medications or are being treated for any medical condition. Discontinue use and consult your physician if you experience any adverse reaction to this product.

Q: Is it safe to order online from your web site?

Yes. We use a 256-bit secure shopping cart where 100% of your data is encrypted, safe and secure. Our secure cart is verified by numerous 3rd party security verification systems, including the leader in security scanning, McAfee Secure, so you can rest assured that your information is 100% safe and secure at all times.

Q: What if this product doesn't work for me?

While AbsorbMax was created to work, if for any reason at all you are unsatisfied with your AbsorbMax purchase, just let us know and we will issue a prompt and courteous refund even on empty bottles. You're always protected by our industry best 60-Day Money Back Guarantee.