Pepsin, the powerful enzyme in gastric juice that digests proteins such as those in meat, eggs, seeds or dairy products.
Pepsin is an enzyme – a type of protein that helps carry out a chemical reaction. More specifically, pepsin is an enzyme that helps break proteins down into smaller pieces.
Pepsin is one of the three major protein-digesting enzymes in the digestive system – the other two are Chymotrypsin and Trypsin. Pepsin is the first to start digesting proteins from the food we eat. The other two take over after pepsin has done the initial work.
Pepsin Aids digestion, correct low stomach acid, soothe chronic gastritis and can act as a marker of acid reflux.
It prevents from inflammatory bowel disease.
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