How can digestive enzymes help with your protein goals - gut health, digestions, nutrient absorption

Are you maximizing your high protein diet?

For years I would stack protein to put on muscle for sports. I'd exercise, practice whatever sport I was doing at the time, and eat a ton of protein. As I graduated away from sports my exercising became all about being lean and healthy. And eating lots of protein was part of that approach.

Now I know how to eat less protein and put on the same amount of muscle as before. It's a lot less expensive this way and I don't feel like I am chasing protein all day long to build muscle.

I am in my late 40s and I'm smarter about food.

Now I consume less protein and focus on absorbing all of it vs counting grams of protein I'm consuming to make sure I am consuming enough protein for what I need to grow muscle.

⭐️Btw- Improving protein absorption and eating less of it feels a lot better than consuming it all day long.

With my two largest meals of the day I take 2 Digestive Enzyme capsules that are focused on complete protein to amino acid usage.

Protease enzymes break down proteins and peptides while peptidase enzymes break down peptides into amino acids. Protease cleave longer peptides and proteins. Peptidases cleave shorter peptides. Combining both, you get a full protein to amino acid break down, which is what you want.

Our Digestive Enzymes were formulated for complete protein break down (from protein to amino acids).

In addition to the Digestive Enzymes, I load up on between 400 mg and 800 mg per day of MucoSave®. Roughly 90% of protein absorption happens in the small intestine at the mucosal barrier. MucoSave® causes mucoadhesive properties for maximizing absorption of nutrients. MucoSave® is found in our Reflux and Regularity products.

If you are working to get fit, take the wise approach and be most effective with nutrient absorption.

You can find our digestive enzymes here or our Reflux here.

If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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