Designed to help promote nutrient uptake and support healthy digestion†

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Digestive Enzymes For Your
Biggest Meals†

DIGESTech® represents one of the most powerful digestive enzyme combinations on the market today. Supporting the natural enzyme levels in the stomach helps your body break down food — aiding with the occasional bloating or mild discomfort associated with a large meal. DIGESTech® contains enzymes specifically chosen to help digest all five of the major food categories, including fats, proteins, carbs, lactose from dairy, and fiber. It's an all-in-one digestive enzyme formulation.†

Key Ingredients




A Protein Digesting Enzyme

Proteins are made up of amino acids that are linked by peptide bonds to form polypeptide chains. Proteases are enzymes that break these bonds so that protein can be digested and assimilated.†




A Carbohydrate Digesting Enzyme

Complex carbohydrates like those found in grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, and vegetables are just long chains of sugar molecules linked together. Amylase is an enzyme that breaks these chains down into the glucose your body uses for fuel.†




A Fat Digesting Enzyme

Dietary fats are too large for the body to absorb. Lipase enzymes break down fatty triglycerides into monoglycerides and fatty acids that the body can then absorb through the intestinal lining.†

and 14 Other Powerful Digestive Aids:

  • Serrapeptidase
  • • Fennel Seed Powder
  • • Ginger Root Extract
  • • Pepsin
  • • Cellulase
  • • Invertase
  • • Lactase
  • • Maltase
  • • Glucoamylase
  • • Alpha Galactosidase
  • • Phytase/Pectinase
  • • Xylanase
  • • Hemicellulase
  • • Beta Glucanase

Total Feast

“I’ll have the 16oz grass-fed tomahawk ribeye, medium-rare, with the potatoes au gratin, and the broccoli with bearnaise. I’ll start with the French onion soup and the crab-stuffed mushrooms, please.”

Whether it’s a steakhouse, Italian food, or even the best damn vegan tacos you’ve ever tried, we’ve all had big meals that put our digestive system to the test. (And if you haven’t, please give the Dalai Lama our regards!) The result of this culinary indulgence is occasional, minor gas, bloating, and sometimes discomfort that may spoil your day.

The solution is enzymes—proteins that help break down the food you consume so your body can assimilate it efficiently. Your stomach contains these enzymes, but when you pack it full of food, it has to work harder to handle the load, and your existing enzymes can't get the job done as quickly. To make matters worse, pasteurization and other cooking processes remove many of the natural enzymes contained within the food itself, hindering the digestion process further.

DIGESTech® helps make up the difference. Taken at the start of a big meal, it supports digestion, helping to ease that "stuffed" feeling and seeing that the nutrients you took in get absorbed properly.†

Facts & Use

Suggested Use: For adults, as a dietary supplement, take two capsules at the start of your meal. Do not exceed six capsules in a 24-hour period unless otherwise recommended by a health care practitioner.

WARNING: Consult a medical doctor before taking this or any other nutritional supplement if you are pregnant, nursing, have or suspect a medical condition, or are taking any medications. Store in a cool, dry place.


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These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

DIGESTech® Supplement Facts

DIGESTech® Ingredients


Serrapeptidase is a compound found in the silkworm, used to break down its hard outer cocoon. In humans, it’s been found to help break down non-living tissue and assist with the digestion of food.†

Fennel Seed

A member of the carrot family, fennel contains trace minerals and phytonutrients.

Ginger Root

This spicy root has been used by various cultures to support digestion since 3,000 B.C. One if it’s phytonutrients, gingerol, is thought to help support digestion.†


Pepsin is a protease enzyme that initiates the process of breaking down peptide chains into amino acids.†


The plants we eat have a cellular wall made primarily of cellulose, a fibrous matter that we as humans do not create an enzyme to digest. Cellulase is an enzyme that breaks down cellulose into beta glucose, which can then be absorbed and used for energy.†


Invertase breaks down sucrose (table sugar) into glucose and fructose. Combined with other carbohydrate-digesting enzymes, it can support the overall digestion of carbohydrates, including sugar.†


Lactose is the sugar found in dairy products. Lactase helps break down lactose into glucose and galactose.†


Maltose is a sugar that is produced when the body breaks down starches and other complex carbohydrates. Maltase is an enzyme that helps break down maltose into glucose, which may help ease the burden on the small intestine after a large carbohydrate meal.†


One of the most widely used enzymes, glucoamylase helps break down carbohydrates.†

Alpha Galactosidase

Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kidney beans, and lentils contain sugar-fat molecules called glycolipids that can be challenging for the body to break down, and may contribute to occasional, minor gassiness and bloating. Alpha Galactosidase is an enzyme that breaks down glycolipids.†


Pectin is a type of polysaccharide that makes up the soft cell walls of fruits and vegetables (example: the inside of an apple). Pectinase helps the body digest it.†


Xylanase is an enzyme that breaks down a specific component of the fiber hemicellulose into a simple sugar called xylose.†


Many fiber-rich breakfast cereals contain large amounts of hemicellulose. The enzyme hemicellulase helps break it down, but it's not produced by the body, so supplementation is helpful.†

Beta Glucanase

Beta glucanase is an enzyme that helps the body digest carbohydrates.†