Enzyme based nutritional supplements are fast gaining importance due to their natural origin and side-effect-free profile.
Enzymes are used for a variety of functions in the pet’s body. Cellular processes, digestion, and absorption of dietary nutrients are dependent upon the proper enzymes. Enzymes produced by the pancreas are essential for digestion of nutrients in the diet. Once properly digested by pancreatic enzymes, the dietary nutrients can be absorbed by the pet.

How Do Enzymes Work?
They work by liberating essential nutrients from the pet’s diet. It is known that certain enzyme supplements can increase the absorption of essential vitamins, minerals, and certain fatty acids from the diet.
Increased absorption of zinc, selenium, vitamin B6 and linoleic acid have been detected following plant Enzyme Range .

Doctors can prescribe either pancreatic enzymes, microbial enzymes, or plant vegetable) enzymes.

Pancreatic enzymes are adequate for pets with pancreatic disease where enzyme production and function is inadequate.

Proteolytic enzymes are one class of enzymes that help your pet digest the proteins in food.

Although the pet’s body produces these enzymes in the pancreas, certain foods also contain proteolytic enzymes. Papaya and pineapple are two of the richest plant sources of digestive enzymes.

Enzymes have been recommended for treating pets with various disorders, including arthritis, allergies, poor coat condition, bowel disease.

Papain, the plant enzyme extracted from papaya, has been shown to be as effective as aspirin in several studies. Bromelain, the plant enzyme extracted from pineapple, was shown to be anti-inflammatory and has been suggested for treating inflammatory conditions including skin allergies (atopic dermatitis) and arthritis. It appears to inhibit pro-inflammatory prostaglandins.