GRASS-FED BEEF PANCREAS
BEEF PANCREAS CONTAINS...
- Proteins Exclusively Found and Expressed in Pancreas Tissue
- Pancreatic Enzymes Required to Break Down Fats (Lipase), Proteins (Protease, Trypsin) and Carbohydrates (Amylase)
- Colipase & Trypsin, Pancreatic Peptides Needed to Activate Proteolytic Enzymes
NOTE: The body has several protective measures that prevent overgrowth in the small intestine. The first is digestive secretions. In particular, hydrochloric acid, bile, and pancreatic enzymes play a critical role.
BEEF PANCREAS SUPPORTS...
- Pancreas Health Based On "Like Supports Like" *
- Digestive Health *
- Nutrient Assimilation *
NOTE: Pancreatic enzymes may help with food allergies by improving digestion. In order for a food molecule to produce an allergic response it must be a fairly large molecule. In studies performed in the 1930s and 1940s, pancreatic enzymes were shown to be quite effective in preventing food allergies. Typically individuals who do not secrete enough proteases will suffer from multiple food allergies.