Many people ask us what the differences are between the HP, MF and AL series. Everyone responds differently to different formulations. Therefore we offer 3 unique formulas. All three enzyme formulations are fully capable of assisting in the digestion of proteins, fats, sugars, fibers, and carbs. The AL-Series contains Peptidase, Beta Glucanase and GlucoAmylase instead of Bromelain, Papain, or Malt Diastase. The AL-Series is perfect for someone looking for a good full spectrum digestive enzyme. It also works well for people with Celiac or Crohns disease and for people with sensitive stomachs. The HP-Series is an all round, very strong enzyme formulation. The MF Series is also an all round strong formulation but designed toward people who have a sensitivity to digesting dairy products.
Enzymes Listed Below MF Series
90 Capsules
per Bottle
AL Series
90, 270 Capsules
per Bottle
HP Series
90, 270
Capsules per Bottle
Function of
Each Enzyme
(Activity Per Capsule)
Protease 75,000 FCC/HUT 100,000 FCC/HUT 150,000 FCC/HUT Breaks down protein.
Acid Stable Protease 175 FCC/SAPU 350 FCC/SAPU 500 FCC/SAPU Breaks down protein in an acidic environment.
Peptidase - 0 - 4,000 FCC/HUT - 0 - Breaks down protein peptides.
Bromelain 50 GDU - 0 - 100 GDU Breaks down proteins.
Papain 300,000 PU - 0 - - 0 - Breaks down a variety of proteins.
Amylase 12,000 SKB 18,000 SKB 20,000 SKB Breaks down carbohydrates, starches, and sugars.
Amyloglucosidase / GlucoAmylase 50 AGU 60 AGU - 0 - Breaks down complex and simple sugars.
Malt Diastase 250 FCC/DP - 0 - 250 FCC/DP Breaks down complex and simple sugars.
Lipase 2,000 FCC/FIP 4,000 FCC/FIP 5,000 FCC/FIP Breaks down fats and oils.
Lactase 1,500 FCC/ALU 750 FCC/ALU 500 FCC/ALU Breaks down lactose. (Dairy products)
Alpha Galactosidase 100 GAL - 0 - - 0 - Breaks down carbs; raffinose, stachyose, and melibiose.
Beta-Glucanase - 0 - 100 BGU - 0 - Breaks down fiber and cellulose.
Cellulase 1,000 FCC/CU 3,500 FCC/CU 3,500 FCC/CU Breaks down fibers in fruits and vegetables.
Hemicellulase 500 FCC/HCU 2,000 FCC/HCU 1,000 FCC/HCU Breaks down vegetable cell walls.
Invertase 800 SU 2,000 SU 800 SU Breaks down table sugar.
Phytase 3 U 6 U 4 U Breaks down phytate which neg. binds minerals.
Pectinase 3.5 ENDO PG 35 ENDO PG 7 ENDO PG Breaks down pectin found in fruit.
Ionic Trace Minerals 30 MG 20 MG 30 MG Enzyme Cofactors
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Capsule (Vegetable Cellulose, Water), Rice Extract



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