Digestive enzymes play a key role in breaking down the food you eat.
These proteins speed up chemical reactions that convert nutrients into substances your digestive tract can absorb.
Your saliva contains digestive enzymes. Some of your organs, including your pancreas, gallbladder and liver, also release them. The cells on the surface of your intestines also store them.
Different types of enzymes target different nutrients. Fruits, vegetables, and other foods contain natural digestive enzymes. Eating them can improve your digestion.
If your body doesn’t make enough digestive enzymes, it can’t digest food well.
Foods that contain natural digestive enzymes can help digestion and improve intestinal health.
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