Betaine HCl - Betain HCl with Pepsin
Pepsin is a digestive enzyme produced in the stomach of most vertebrates. It breaks down food proteins into albumoses and peptones (a mixture of various low molecular weight peptides).
Pepsin belongs to hydrolases, specifically to proteases (enzymes that break down proteins). It is produced in the cells of the gastric mucosa as a proenzyme pepsinogen. It is activated in the stomach by the action of previously formed pepsin molecules (this is the so-called autocatalysis). The activity of pepsin is highest in a strongly acidic environment (pH 1.5 – 3.5) – that is why hydrochloric acid is present in the stomach.
Betaine HCl breaks down in the stomach into betaine and hydrochloride and thereby acidifies the stomach environment. Therefore, its combination with pepsin is extremely advantageous.
Packaging: 90 tablets
Weight: 124 g
Dosage: 1 tablet with meal
Number of servings in package: 90
|Composition in 1 tablet
|Amount per serving
Other ingredients: stearic acid, microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, modified cellulose gum, and colloidal silicon dioxide.
* NRV - Nutrient Reference Value
Contain milk/dairy. Contains no yeast, egg, gluten, corn, soy or wheat. Contains no sugar, starch, salt, preservatives, or artificial color, flavor or fragrance.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
One tablet with a meal, up to four times daily.
Do not take on an empty stomach.
- If you are pregnant or lactating, please consult with your medical practitioner first.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Do not use if the packaging is damaged and contact us.
- If you are receiving treatment, talk to your doctor before using the supplement.
- Food supplement should not be used as a replacement for a healthy balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
- Store in tightly closed containers at room temperature in a dry place.
Surely, you have noticed that our descriptions are less concrete and they are general. The provisions of Regulation (EC) No. 1924/2006 on nutrition and health claims does not allow us to describe the effects of our supplements on the human body. You can find more information in free resources on the internet, literature or on social media. You can find nice videos with subtitles on YouTube.