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Frequently Asked Questions about PrepZymes

Who would benefit from using AIM PrepZymes?
To those who are not digesting foods well, you should use digestive enzymes. As we age, we have fewer enzymes, making digestion more difficult. So we should always consider using digestive enzymes as we grow older.

Are children allowed to take AIM PrepZymes?
Yes, these enzymes are perfect for children. However, because these are dietary supplements, we recommend that you consult your healthcare practitioner first. Both children and pregnant women should take the usual adult serving of one capsule before or during each meal.

Who should not take AIM PrepZymes?
People who have gastritis, gastric, or duodenal ulcers should not use AIM PreZymes.

Will stomach acid destroyy the enzymes before they do anything, if we take them orally?
According to Santillo, this is not true. In his book Food Enzymes (1993), he cites university research that has shown that supplemental enzymes pass through the stomach uninjured. In one study, the enzyme amylase digested starch in the stomach and then moved into the small intestine, where it continued digestion. Santillo (1993) also notes that foods are predigested by enzymes in the upper portion of the stomach, which is known as the cardiac stomach. According to Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body (1918), "The cardiac portion of the stomach is a food reservoir in which salivary digestion continues. The pyloric [lower stomach] portion is the seat of active gastric digestion."

If we take enzymes orally, aren't they destroyed by stomach acid before they can do anything?
According to Santillo, this is not true. In his book Food Enzymes, he cites university research that has shown that supplemental enzymes pass through the stomach uninjured. In one study, the enzyme amylase digested starch in the stomach and then moved into the small intestine, where it continued digestion.

Santillo also notes that foods are predigested by enzymes in the upper portion of the stomach, which is known as the cardiac stomach. According to Gray’s Anatomy, "The cardiac portion of the stomach is a food reservoir in which salivary digestion continues. The pyloric [lower stomach] portion is the seat of active gastric digestion."

What is the source of the enzymes found in AIM PrepZymes?
The enzymes found in AIM PrepZymes are cultured from Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus oryzac, two types of fungi.

How many active units does each enzyme have?
AIM PrepZymes was specially designed to meet specific needs, and the exact amount of active units for each enzyme is proprietary information.

May I take AIM PrepZymes with other AIM products?
Yes, you may.

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