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Amylase
Definition

What does Amylase do for the body

Amylase is an Enzyme. It is a natural substance required by the body. It breaks down the food and helps in digestion. It breaks down starch and converts it into sugar. There are two types of Amylase. Alpha and Beta. Alpha amylase is found in human saliva and the Pancreas. Beta amylase is found in the seeds of some Plants, Bacteria, Yeast, and Molds. This enzyme starts its work in the mouth when food is chewed. Starch contains glucose. Amylase works like a catalyst for digestion. The main function of an amylase enzyme is to break down the starch.

Benefits of Amylase
Anti Aging
Compromised Health Support
Increased Resistance to Swelling and Redness

Effects of Excess Amylase in the Body
Nausea
Diarrhea
Vomiting
Joint Pain
Constipation
Abdominal Pain or Cramps
Distension of the Stomach
Frequent and or Painful Urination

Effects of deficiency of Amylase in the Body
Fatigue
Skin rash
Allergies
Cold hands
Inflammation
Hypoglycemia
Depression
Mood swings
Painful shoulders
 
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