What’s in DismissZyme?
DismissZyme works best when it is taken three times a day with a glass of water. Every dose includes 12 ingredients that target the bowels and push waste through. Some of those ingredients include:
A formulated enzyme blend
Every time you take DismissZyme, you’re giving your intestines several digestion-supporting enzymes to work with. This includes phytase, amylase, protease, cellulase and lipase. Your body breaks down complex nutrients and materials using enzymes, but some people have deficits in one or more. DismissZyme is designed with those people in mind.
Each dose gives your body the tools it needs to better digest a range of nutrients. For example, phytase helps break down phosphorous compounds in beans, nuts and grains so that your body can uptake the phosphorus more efficiently. Amylase helps break larger starch chains down into easily-digested sugars. Protease accelerates proteolysis, which helps divide proteins into amino acids and build new proteins. Cellulase is used to break down cellulose and complex plant material. And lipase targets fats for better digestion.
Together, these enzymes help digest nutrients and materials that are likely to put added strain on your bowels. That helps push waste out faster.
Cascara sagrada is a shrub native to North America and is used to stimulate the bowels. Specifically, dried bark from cascara sagrada is used in supplements and is considered safe for over-the-counter use for constipation.
Psyllium used in supplements is derived from Plantago ovata seeds, and is a popular choice for people looking to improve their digestive health. It’s the psyllium seed husks that are especially useful, as they help the body form stool bulk and push out waste. Psyllium is also a known prebiotic, so it helps nourish the body’s microflora (the good guy bacteria that lives in your gut).
Fennel is an extremely digestive aid, used around the world to combat discomfort and indigestion. Fennel is an edible herb that’s often consumed after meals for this purpose and has been shown to reduce inflammation in the gut. It can also decrease the kind of bacteria that produce intestinal gas – a primary source of discomfort. In fact, fennel may be effective against irritable bowel syndrome, according to one study.
Ginger root is another popular natural choice in combating digestion-related issues. Studies have shown that the enzymes in ginger are known to reduce gas-causing bacteria. Researchers also believe that ginger speeds up movement through the gastrointestinal tract, which is helpful in ridding the body of waste. Further, ginger can improve the function of trypsin and lipase, both of which are necessary for proper digestion.
Burdock offers several health benefits and is another digestive aid. Primarily, burdock provides the body with inulin – a prebiotic fiber that feeds the good bacteria in your intestines. In addition to its digestion support, burdock root is also a known anti-inflammatory and one study found that it could help with reducing knee inflammation in patients with osteoarthritis.
The leaves and roots of the goldenseal plant are used in a huge variety of medical products, as the plant is known for its antimicrobial properties. This is likely due to the high amount of alkaloid compounds inside the plant, which provide anti-inflammatory benefits on top of their bacteria-killing potential.
In the digestive tract, goldenseal can fight several microbes responsible for gastritis and gut inflammation. Goldenseal is particularly effective against H. pylori and C. jejuni, and the latter is the number one reason for gastritis worldwide. Goldenseal compounds, then, promote microbial balance in the gut along with reducing inflammation.
Senna is native to Egypt but now grown all over the world. Its flowers and leaves are frequently used to brew tea that calms the gut and improves digestion. Senna is most effective against constipation, as it contains compounds that stimulate intestinal movement. These compounds, termed sennosides, cannot be absorbed by the body, but they can be broken down by the microflora in your gut. As these compounds are broken down, they cause mild irritation to cells lining the intestines and provoke peristalsis. Senna is a common ingredient in over-the-counter laxatives and typically produces a bowel movement within 12 hours after taking.
What isn’t included in DismissZyme?
What isn’t in DismissZyme is just as important as what is included in the supplement. Every dose of DismissZyme is free of dairy products, lactose, peanuts, soy, sugar and wheat. DismissZyme is also vegetarian-friendly. The goal is to enhance your gut’s health and function, not weigh it down with additional inflammation and discomfort-causing substances.
DismissZyme can help minimize constipation-causing waste
The ingredients in DismissZyme work together to regulate digestion, reduce discomfort and minimize the waste that builds up in all of our intestines. If your bowels are a constant source of discomfort, if you’re constantly dealing with low energy or if constipation is a frequent problem, then DismissZyme may provide the supplement answer you and your gut are looking for.
*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.
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