Video: Do YOU Know the 3 Rules of Enzymes?

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One of the reasons you take a daily probiotic supplement is to help with digestion, but what about those times when you experience occasional bloating or upset stomach after eating? Taking digestive enzymes with your meals may help provide relief.*

You may not realize it, but enzymes work differently than probiotics. They support the digestive process by working to break down the foods we eat more completely.* And, when it comes to choosing the most effective enzyme formula, there are three important rules to follow. What are they?

Watch our video to find out!
The 3 Rules of Enzymes

The 3 Rules of Enzymes explains how to choose the right enzyme formula based on a handful of simple guidelines that are surprisingly easy to remember—including why you should always look at the total number and variety of enzymes, since different enzymes are need to digest different types of food.* You will also learn the difference between enzymes and probiotics, and how they complement each other to help you digest your foods more completely and help balance your digestive tract.* Be sure to check it out!


Written by Renew Life

At Renew Life, we believe a healthy gut is a happy gut. For nearly two decades we have been formulating superior quality digestive care supplements to help people achieve optimal health from the inside out.* We proudly stand behind the quality, purity, and potency of every product we make. Sign up for our emails to receive new product announcements, company news, and exclusive offers!

  • Paul Whitcomb

    Do amino acids (supplements) also play an integral role in digestive health?

  • Ty Shlackman

    Methionine and Taurine are important for liver health and digestion of fats. Glutamine creates new intestinal cells and improves their function. A deficiency of glutamine can cause intestinal permeability or leaky gut syndrome.

  • Ty Shlackman

    Don’t probiotics themselves produce digestive enzymes? Raw foods have enzymes too.

  • Ty Shlackman

    Enzyme supplements are confusing because different companies identify the potency of their enzymes using many different units of measurement. Also like probiotics some companies products are only potent at the time of manufacture instead of being potent through the expiration date.

  • Renew Life

    Yes, some probiotics can make certain enzymes. Raw, fermented, and sprouted foods can also contain enzymes.

    Because each enzyme digests something unique, each enzyme measurement is also unique. This is why so many people find enzymes confusing. If you look for an enzyme supplement that groups the various enzymes into groups based on the food(s) they digest it’s much easier to make sense of it.

  • clarkhill

    Does any enzymes can not be synthesized by our-self as like omega 3 fatty acid can not be synthesized by our own body??