Over the last few years there has been a lot of talk about the benefits of having a healthy digestive system. With so much talk and an overall global obsession with digestive health, the supplement market has seen a steady rise for people looking for digestive health vitamins.
Two of the most popular private label vitamin supplements that have gained the biggest share of the market are Probiotics and Digestive Enzyme Vitamins. With these two vitamins being so similar in what they are used for. It has caused a lot of private labeling companies to ask, “What is the difference between probiotics and digestive enzymes?” And “Why should I private Label one over the other?” So to help answer this question we need to discuss what each of these supplements do by themself. Then we can talk about which one you should private label for your company.
What Are Digestive Enzymes?
Digestive enzymes are specific proteins that are produced in the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) to break down our food into digestible nutrients that can be readily absorbed and utilized by the body. Proteins, fats and carbohydrates require specific digestive enzymes to break them down. Our bodies can produce certain digestive enzymes but because of the processed foods we eat daily our digestive systems can benefit from additional supplementation. Digestive enzymes can also help those with certain food intolerance.
Benefits of Supplementing With Digestive Enzymes
- Helps the body Break Down Difficult to Digest Foods
- Helps boost metabolism
- Enhances The Body’s Ability to Absorb Nutrition
- Counteracts Enzyme inhibitors in different foods
What Are Probiotics?
Probiotics are strains of bacteria known as “living microorganisms” concentrated in the small and large intestines that can benefit the health of the host. Our bodies need “good bacteria” to function optimally. Fats, proteins, starches require several different enzymes to completely break them down. At Vox Nutrition our private label probiotics produce the correct enzymes to break down each macromolecule to basic components for proper absorption.
Benefits of Supplementing w/ Probiotics
- Helps Boost Immune System
- Improves Digestive Health
- Helps Fight Food Borne Illnesses
- Prevents and Helps Treat UTI’s
So Which Vitamin Supplement Is Better?
With both of these private label supplements helping in so many ways to improve your digestive health. You can’t go wrong with either of these vitamin products. Digestive Enzymes are great for helping with breaking down food and giving your body the nutrients it needs. While Probiotics are perfect for fighting off bad bacteria in the digestive system.