Cellulase

  • Cellulase is an enzyme complex which breaks down cellulose to beta-glucose. It is produced mainly by symbiotic bacteria in the ruminating chambers of herbivores. Along with ruminants, most animals (including humans) do not produce cellulase, and are unable to use most of the energy contained in plant material.
  • Cellulase digests fibre. It helps in the remedy of digestive problems such as malabsorption.Cellulase helps in the hydrolysis of cellulose into energy-sustaining blood sugar that may help maintain optimal blood sugar levels.
  • It helps keep cholesterol in the blood stream at optimal levels. It supports cell membranes to keep them healthy from free radicals, toxic chemicals, and other entities that are harmful to cell membranes. It aids in mediation of biofilm formation from cellulose produced by many types of pathogens. It helps in breaking down the polysaccharides of microbial biofilms.

ASSAY: Up to 2,00,000 IU