ALPTESES


Comparison Over ALPTESES with BRAND 'X'
INGREDIENT ALPTESES BRAND 'X'
Amylase NLT 24,000 U/g 18,750 U/g
Lipase NLT 1,000 U/g 30,000 U/g
Protease NLT 6,000 U/g* 1,200 U/g
Cellulase NLT 200 U/G -
Galactohydrolase Lactase NLT 4,000 U/g -

* 4 times More


Impair Enzymes Production

dog cat 2Another condition that can impair enzymes production is gastritis, or inflammation of the lining of stomach. Stomach mucosa is built of specialized cells that manufacture gastric acid, mucus and the protein digesting enzyme pepsin which helps in the breakdown of proteins. Deficiency of pepsin will eventually manifest by poor absorption of proteins. In general any inflammatory process in the gastrointestinal tract will interfere with the digestive enzyme production by disabling the specialized enzyme production cells. In fact, it may be said that lack of digestive enzymes increases the inflammatory process in the gut, which further shuts down the enzyme production. On the other hand, restored presence of the digestive enzymes can help in healing action.

 

WHEN does your pet needs ALPTESES?

Undigested nutrients cannot cross the barrier between gut and blood vessels and thus are not bioavailable to the metabolic processes in specialized tissues and organs of the body. Your pets might be ailing from malnutrition even though they are on nutrition supplements. The markedly diminished activity of enzymes in the digestive tract may initially be manifested by a gastrointestinal discomfort such as gas, bloating, nausea, intestinal cramps, diarrhea and also constipation. A chronic deficiency of digestive enzymes may result in progressive depletion of nutrients and paradoxically increase in body weight due to accumulation of fat. The too often imperceptible process of nutrient deficiency eventually may lead to a full blown pathology, including chronic degenerative and inflammatory disease and the neoplastic disease.

 

RATIONALE FOR THE SUPPLEMENTAL ENZYMES

Restoring proper levels and activity of digestive enzymes should be one of the priorities which will result not only in alleviation of the gastrointestinal symptoms, but possibly can prevent a disease. Restored gastrointestinal enzymes will reverse chronic nutritional deficiency by improving nutrient absorption and their ultimate tissue bioavailability. The sites of enzyme-production, such as the pancreas could also be damaged, by disease or injury, leading to enzyme insufficiency. Some pets that may suffer from an inherent lack of specific enzyme generation systems, due to genetic factors, resulting in digestive and metabolic disorders.

 

DOES YOUR PETS NEED ALPTESES

  • Stress due to sudden changes in food consumption patterns, exposure to environmental pollutants, vagaries of the weather, extensive treats.
  • Somatic diseases that necessitate treatment with surgical procedures, antibiotics and immunosuppressive drugs.
  • The sites of enzyme-production, such as the pancreas could also be damaged, by disease or injury, leading to enzyme insufficiency.
  • Animal that may suffer from an inherent lack of specific enzyme generation systems, due to genetic factors, resulting in digestive and metabolic disorders.

Clinical Studies on the use of ALPTESES:
  1. Dietary supplementation of ruminant diets with an Aspergillus oryzae-amylase
  2. Effect of Saccharomyces cerevisiae or Aspergillus oryzae cultures and NDF level on parameters of ruminal fermentation
  3. Effects of Aspergillus oryzae extract and a Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product on intake, body weight gain and digestibility in buffalo calves
  4. Indigestible dextrin is an excellent inducer for a-amylase, a-glucosidase and glucoamylase production in a submerged culture of Aspergillus oryzae
  5. Pancreatic response to dietary fat
  6. Pancreas-specific lipase concentrations and amylase and lipase activities in the peritoneal fluid of dogs with suspected pancreatitis

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