Revange Lifes Morning Pills supplement supporting digestive functions. Contains a combination of probiotics and plant-derived digestive enzymes. High-quality ingredients with patented digestive enzymes ensure proper digestion. A set of probiotics facilitates the absorption of nutrients and improves the digestive process. Natural fiber increases the activity of good bacteria and facilitates their reproduction. The supplement is recommended for athletes increasing training efficiency and restoring the body's vitality, as well as all people with digestive problems.
Lactobacillus Acidophillus - is one of the most important probiotics. Is a component of intestinal microflora. It participates in the process of lactic fermentation, i.e. the transformation of lactose into lactic acid and in the production of niacin, vitamin B6 and folic acid. The strain is located in the digestive tract. Through its action, it removes the symptoms of digestive system disorders. It increases the absorption of food products. Has a healing effect on food poisoning. It also supports the body's immunity. In addition, I regulate lipid metabolism.
Bifidobacterium Longum - have an effect on reducing the level of cortisol - a hormone released in response to stress, often at an elevated concentration in patients suffering from depression. They also inhibit inflammation in the body.
Lactobacillus Casei - these are bacteria that contribute to protecting the body against diseases and limit the growth of harmful bacteria. Occur in the intestines and mouth. They produce lactic acid, which reduces the level of pH in the digestive system. They also improve digestion and prevent bowel inflammation.
Bifidobacterium Breve - bacteria that have the ability to break down many food products. They inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria. They also act on the digestive system, producing lactic acid and are involved in the fermentation of sugars. In addition, they support the treatment of ulcerative colitis.
Lactobacillus Brevis - a lactic acid bacterium restores homeostasis in intestinal microbiota. Increases the body's immunity, fights inflammation and inhibits urinary tract infections.
Inulin - a natural fiber and prebiotic occurring and obtained from plant storage tissues. The highest concentration occurs in the root of chicory. It has a slightly sweet taste and has a very low glycemic index, does not cause an increase in blood glucose. Due to the structure, inulin is not digested in the digestive tract, therefore it passes unchanged into the large intestine. It is a breeding ground for bifidobacteria, maintains normal bacterial flora in the intestines.
Fungal Amylase - is a group of plant enzymes that catalyze the reaction of starch degradation. The hydrolysis of α-1,4-glycosidic linkages present in starch produces the corresponding trioses and disaccharides. Amylase therefore facilitates digestion of starchy foods - including grains and legumes.
Fungal Protease - these are plant-derived enzymes that break peptide bonds in proteins, conditioning their digestion. Amino acids resulting from the decomposition of proteins participate in many important biochemical reactions in the body, acting, among others building material for connective tissue and substrates for the synthesis of neurotransmitters, hormones and enzymes.
Cellulase - a group of enzymes that break down cellulose. They partially hydrolyze the walls of plant cells, thanks to which they increase their digestibility and nutritional value. Cellulase helps release the nutrients contained in the fiber of vegetables and fruits.
Inveratase - an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a fructofuranoside-sucrose bond to form-glucose and -fructose.
Lactase - is an enzyme with β-galactosidase activity, which breaks down lactose (milk sugar) into glucose and galactose. It is naturally produced by the cells present in the small intestine, but with age, its activity decreases, because after infancy, milk ceases to be the basic human food. In the absence of lactase synthesis, undigested lactose passes into the large intestine, where it undergoes bacterial fermentation to organic acids and gases, causing digestive discomfort after eating dairy products. Osmotic pressure increased by lactose causes water to enter the intestine and results in diarrhea.
Lipase - a group of hydrolytic enzymes responsible for the breakdown of fatty acid esters into monoacylglycerol and free fatty acids, which are absorbed in the intestines, constituting substrates for metabolic reactions taking place in the body. Lipase is also successfully used in the treatment of fat diarrhea.
2 capsules a day