Haya Labs Super Enzyme’s 90 caps


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Haya Labs Super Enzyme’s contains a complex of three basic enzymes: amylase, protease, and lipase. The formula contains two plant extracts from papaya and pineapple. Bromelain and papain commonly found in pineapple and papaya stimulate protein breakdown. In addition, the supplement contains beef bile extract, which is a source of cholic acid. Amylase is an enzyme that helps break down complex carbohydrates into sugars digestible through the small intestine. Lipase – a digestive enzyme secreted by the pancreas, is involved in the breakdown of fat. Protease helps in the absorption of protein, especially when large amounts of meat are consumed by athletes.

Betaine HCL – this helps to increase the body’s efficiency and improve the work of the nervous system. An additional advantage that is associated with the use of betaine is better cell hydration. Like glycine, betaine draws water with it when absorbed into the cell. This results in better hydration of the body and an increase in the feeling of the muscle pump during training. The main extracellular transporter of trimethylglycine in the body is the BGT-1 transporter. In addition, betaine stimulates the production of a vasodilator – nitric oxide. In general, the ingredient provides a better blood supply to the muscles and their nutrition.

Amylase – a group of hydrolytic enzymes present in saliva and pancreatic juice, catalyzing 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 the digestion of starchy foods – including cereal grains and legumes.

Protease-enzymes that break peptide bonds in proteins, conditioning their digestion. Due to the location of the hydrolyzed bond in the peptide chain, endo- and exopeptidases are distinguished. 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. Proteases and peptidases can accelerate digestion and reduce unwanted reactions to gluten, casein or animal protein.

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 intestine, constituting substrates for metabolic reactions taking place in the body. Lipase is also successfully used in the treatment of fat diarrhea.

Ox Bile Extract- Cholic Acid– powder from bile extract is involved in lipid emulsification enabling digestion and absorption of fat through the intestinal wall. Bile salts help to break down saturated fats that the digestive system has been unable to convert into unsaturated fats. Beef bile contains substances that ensure the proper distribution of fat. It is necessary for the proper metabolism of fatty dairy products, meat, and oils.

Papain – an enzyme found in the pulp of unripe papaya fruit. It exhibits similar properties to bromelin. Improves the digestion of proteins, reduces digestive discomfort, relieves inflammation, supports the circulatory system, participates in tissue regeneration. It positively affects the appearance and condition of the skin: evens out the color smoothes and moisturizes.

Bromelain is a mixture of proteolytic enzymes that are obtained mainly from pineapple. This substance reduces swelling and inflammation and relieves pain. It is extremely effective in reducing the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, and also has a beneficial effect on the digestive system by supporting protein digestion.


1 capsule with a meal