Fungal diastase or fungal alpha-amylase is an enzyme that is generally consumed as a supplement or medicine to get rid of indigestion or gastric distress. This acts as a digestion conditioner. It enhances the conversion of starch into its by-product, i.e., maltose and maltose to glucose. It causes the breakdown of carbohydrates as well as non-vital white blood cells
It is actually a starch digesting enzyme that has both saccharifying and liquifying potential for starch. The prime use of this enzyme is as a digestant or digestive enzymatic supplement. Additionally, it helps in reducing acid reflux issues, gastric distress, indigestion (dyspepsia), feeling of fullness, abdominal discomfort and anorexia. Moreover, it relieves heartburn and flatulence issues. This enzyme’s intake also aids weight loss by increasing the digestion process. It is generally given in combination with pepsin, which is another enzyme that aids protein digestion.
|Appearance:||Off white to cream colour powder|
|Loss on Drying:||NMT 5.0% w/w|
|ASSAY:||upto 100000 µ/g|