on a regular
basis to relieve a chronic digestive problem and as needed (1 to
2 capsules) in presence of heavy meal, alcohol consumption
(wine, beer, spirits, and fine liquors) and with late meals in
the evening or in presence of a lot of stress.
Viazen Digestion is free of wheat, soya, corn, yeast, peanut,
gluten, egg and dairy products. It does not contain
preservatives, sweeteners, colouring agents, artificial flavours
and is exempt of GMO.
Mechanism of action:
digestion results from an inadequate digestive transit, which is
too rapid or too slow, caused mainly by the insufficient
secretion of digestives juices, including saliva, gastric
juices, pancreatic enzymes, intestinal juices and the bile.
These anomalies generate intestinal fermentations and
putrefactions and predispose to an intestinal dysbiosis
(abnormal intestinal flora). It also reduces the absorption of
nutrients and increases the risk of developing a lot of health
porcine pancreatine present in Viazen Digestion contains enzymes
that will optimize the digestive process. The active ingredients
of the ginger root will complete the action of the pancreatine
by improving the mechanical portion of the digestive process.
active ingredients including the gingerols will increase the
gastro-intestinal motility and gastric emptying. The emollient
action of the marshmallow root will ensure a better elimination.
Gastro-intestinal mucosa integrity will be ensured by different
First of all, by the gastroprotective effect of the ginger; and
then, by the anti-inflammatory properties of the marshmallow
root on the gastro-intestinal mucosa. Lastly, by the presence of
zinc which plays an important role in the healing process.
Marshmallow root mucilage polysaccharides will be digested by
the intestinal flora bacteria and will thus act as prebiotics
and will contribute to maintain a healthy intestinal flora.
ingredients’ synergy of Viazen Digestion is the key of the
effectiveness of this SUPERIOR FORMULA.
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