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AVENCHES BIOTECH PURE DIGEST 300g

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Avenches Biotech Pure Digest (60 servings) is a unique product containing a precise blend of three key ingredients.

Nutriose® Prebiotic Dietary Fibre (Partially Hydrolysed Starch).

DigeZyme® - Digestive Multi Enzyme Complex (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase).

LactoSpore® - Stable Probiotic Spores (Bacillus Coagulans).

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Avenches Biotech Pure Digest is a unique product containing a precise blend of three key ingredients.

Nutriose® Prebiotic Dietary Fibre (Partially Hydrolysed Starch).
DigeZyme® - Digestive Multi Enzyme Complex (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase).
LactoSpore® - Stable Probiotic Spores (Bacillus Coagulans).

What is Nutriose®?
It is a soluble fibre of natural origin and it can be derived from wheat and corn. Avenches Biotech Pure Digest uses Nutriose® derived from corn.

Why eat fibre? Eating fibre has many health benefits and fibre is an essential part of a healthy diet. But beyond normal digestive function, fibre has been shown to contribute beneficially to health in other ways. Some fibres have been shown to lower blood cholesterol, to change the balance of microflora in the gut in beneficial ways, and to promote a feeling of satiety, or fullness after eating which can impact weight loss and management.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends consuming 25 to 30 grams of fibre per day. The National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine which provides science-based advice on matters of medicine and health, gives the following daily recommendations for adults: 38 grams a day for males, aged 19-50, and 25 grams of fibre a day for women, aged 19-50. It is surprising then to note that on average, daily fiber intake is between 5 to 14 grams a day1.

However, if an adult wanted to eat more fibre to reach the recommended daily dose of 30g, then s/he would need to eat an extra 3 apples or 6 slices of whole-wheat bread every day. Unfortunately, even if the most motivated succeeded, in effect by consuming 90 apples or 7 kg of whole wheat bread per month, this intake would weigh in at between 200 and 475 extra calories per day!
1Source: (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Data. Hyattsville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2003-2004.)

What is fibre? Dietary fibre is a broad category that is applied to a class of food with specific physical and chemical properties. Unlike fats, carbohydrates, and proteins, dietary fibre is not digested by the enzymes in the stomach nor is it absorbed by the body. Instead, dietary fibre pushes through the digestive system, where it may be fermented in the large intestine or be passed through the body intact.

Dietary fibre, often referred to as roughage, is the indigestible part of plant foods, seeds, and grains. It may also include components from plant and grain sources that are minimally processed. Generally, there are two broad classifications of fibres based on their solubility in water: soluble and insoluble fibres.

Insoluble fibres, as their name suggests, do not dissolve in water. In general, insoluble fibres are associated with roughage and bulk and have been shown to promote passage of foodstuffs through the digestive tract. Consumption of insoluble fibres has been shown to alleviate the symptoms of constipation or loose bowel movements.

Soluble fibres dissolve in water although with different dissolution times and extent, and can be further classified into high viscosity and low viscosity fibres. High viscosity soluble fibres often have gelling properties and many have been shown to lower blood cholesterol and blood glucose levels.

Low viscosity soluble fibres dissolve quickly in water without significantly changing the liquid’s texture or viscosity. In the digestive system, many soluble fibres ferment in the large intestine, and it is this fermentation which results in what are referred to as prebiotic effects, notably the stimulation of good bacteria (microflora) in the digestive system that are said to be beneficial to one’s digestive health.


What is Digezyme®?
Digezyme is a light coloured powder of “multi-enzyme complex”. It is comprised of the following enzymes:

amylase (starch hydrolyzing enzyme),
protease (protein hydrolyzing enzyme)
lipase (fat hydrolyzing enzyme).
cellulase (that hydrolyzes cellulose) and
lactase (that hydrolyzes lactose).
What does each of the enzymes in Digezyme do? The activity of each of the enzymes in Digezyme is as follows:

Amylase: Breaks down carbohydrates such as starch and glycogen, and polysaccharides into smaller units.
Cellulase: Breaks down cellulose and chitin. It helps free nutrients in both fruits and vegetables.
Lipase: Breaks down lipids and improves fat utilization and also supports healthy gallbladder function.
Protease: Breaks down protein and supports immune function.
Lactase: Breaks down lactose (milk sugar) and useful for lactose intolerance.

What is Lactospore®?
Specifically it is a sporiferous preparation of Lactobacillus sporogenes (Bacillus coagulans)

What are the key features of Lactospore:
It is room temperature stable.
It produces L(+) Lactic acid only.
It is naturally microencapsulated.
It can be formulated with antibiotics.
It may reduce cholesterol.
It can lead to an improvement of GI flora.
It contains no milk byproducts - Milk free.
It has a % of Activity: Minimum 6 billion organisms per gram.
It has been marketed for over 30 years in Japan and other Asian countries.
Avenches Biotech Pure Digest contains 900 million organisms per serving.

Nutritional Information:

Serving Size: 1 Level Scoop
Serving Per 300g Tub - 60
Per Serving (5g) Per 100g
Nutriose Prebiotic Dietary Fibre 4800mg 96000mg
Digezyme Digestive Enzymes 50mg 1000mg
Lactospore Probiotics 150mg 3000mg


150mg Lactospore Probiotics = 900,000,000 Probiotic Spores

Directions For Use:
Mix 1 scoop of Avenches Biotech Pure Digest with your preferred beverage. Enjoy 1-3 servings of Pure Digest daily.

Ingredients:
Nutriose® Prebiotic Dietary Fibre (Partially Hydrolysed Starch), DigeZyme® - Digestive Multi Enzyme Complex (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase), LactoSpore® - Stable Probiotic Spores (Bacillus Coagulans).

Food Supplement:
This product is a food supplement. Food Supplements are not a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy, active lifestyle. Please do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Please consult with your registered physician prior to commencement if you have any medical condition, are pregnant or breast feeding.

Storage Guidelines:
Store in a cool, dry place out of sight and reach of children. To maintain product integrity always make sure to tightly close the container after use and keep it out of direct sunlight.

Allergen Information:
Avenches Biotech Pure Digest is packed in a facility that handles dairy and cereals.

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Avenches Biotech Pure Digest (60 servings) is a unique product containing a precise blend of three key ingredients.

Nutriose® Prebiotic Dietary Fibre (Partially Hydrolysed Starch).

DigeZyme® - Digestive Multi Enzyme Complex (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase).

LactoSpore® - Stable Probiotic Spores (Bacillus Coagulans).