Benefits Of Papain


Papaya has also been used to aid and maintain good digestion. The pancreas releases its own enzymes that pass into the small intestine to break down proteins. For people with digestive or pancreatic problems, or people who eat a lot of meat, papain can be used to help the protein digestive process.

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For Better Digestion

The enzyme papain aids in a range of different things. Its main important role is to break down toxic elements in food. This allows for better digestion, which is why it is often used as a health supplement by those who want to lose weight, as well as for those who suffer from digestive disorders such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome.


To Aid Digestive Process

While eating fruit after a meal isn’t generally recommended as it can have a negative effect on your digestion, papaya is one of the few exceptions. Papaya fruit is a rich source of valuable proteolytic enzymes, such as papain, chymopapain, caricain and glycyl endopeptidase, that can greatly aid in the digestive process. This is especially true of meals that contain meat or other concentrated forms of protein. D-gas contains papain.


For Proper Digestive Functioning

To make matters worse, rushed meals, extra large serving sizes, low digestive enzymes and stomach acid production, and poorly functioning digestive systems in general all contribute to this meat often ending up only partially digested by the time it reaches the lower intestine. Papain will aid you against this.


To Break Down Proteins

The term proteolytic actually means protein digesting and, as an enzyme, Papain, which is a key ingredient in D-gas, is one of the most effective at breaking down meat and other proteins, comparable to the enzyme pepsin that we produce in our pancreas.


To Speed Up Digestion

Introducing the papaya enzyme papain into a meal containing meat can significantly speed up its digestion. It may also help with the breakdown of other ‘troublesome’ proteins, such as the gluten in wheat and the casein in milk, that are often implicated in digestive problems.