Fortify your digestive tract with Enzymax. This assortment of thirteen essential digestive enzymes combined with the probiotic Lactobacillus Acidophilus and BioPerine® Black Pepper Extract helps simultaneously defend your immune system and break down the foods that cause indigestion. Some of these extraordinary enzymes help you digest a specific category of foods, while others more generally promote digestive wellness.
– Includes 60 tablets


Amylase helps in the digestion of starchy foods by converting starch and glycogen into simple sugars in the body.

Beta Glucanase , helps in the breakdown of fibrous foods, and increases overall digestive efficiency.

Bromelain is a mixture of enzymes found in pineapples that are able to digest protein, and have been used for centuries in Central and South America to treat a number of conditions, including indigestion and inflammation.

Cellulase allows your body to more easily break down foods containing Cellulose, such as whole grain products and many fruits and vegetables.

Fructo-oligosaccharides , made up of plant sugars linked in chains, are often used as “prebiotics” that act as food for good bacteria in the intestine, and as a result promote the effectiveness of “probiotics” in the body.

Fungal Protease serves the catalytic function of breaking down the peptide bonds of proteins.

Glucoamylase breaks down starches, which are found in a great number of foods we consume on a daily basis, into sugars that the body uses for fuel.

Lactase catalyzes the breakdown of lactose, found in often difficult to digest dairy products.

Lipase is a pancreatic enzyme that assists in the breakdown of fats.

Pancreatin is a mixture of enzymes found in the pancreas of various animals that when ingested by humans, aids in digestion.

Papain is an enzyme present in papaya fruits that assists in breaking down food in the stomach.

Phytase is a type of enzyme the spurs the breakdown of Phytic Acid, which is commonly found in grains and oil seeds

Serrapeptidase aids with digestion by breaking down proteins in the body.