Protein is essential and fitness enthusiasts sometimes think they need to eat more protein, but it's not that simple.
To reap the benefits of eating protein, it must be broken down within the first 90 minutes of consumption. During this window of time, protein passes from your stomach to small intestine, where most of it is digested and absorbed. It's then assembled into a usable form of muscle-building protein and you reap many other benefits.
After this 90-minute time frame, any protein that didn't get absorbed will move into your large intestine, where there is an abundance of bad bacteria that feed off the protein. Feeding them enables them to multiply, creating toxicity and whole host of health problems, instead of protein benefits. More toxins means less immunity.
And it gets worse. Incomplete protein breakdown in your small intestine leaves large protein peptides that need to be absorbed later, in your large intestine. These protein peptides are responsible for uncomfortable, embarrassing symptoms like gas, bloating and nausea.
Maximize the Availability of Amino Acids
Taking Aminolase when you eat or drink protein has been shown to raise blood levels of amino acids, compared to consuming protein alone. Among those amino acids are the branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) that play a vital role in muscle building and recovery.
Since absorbability of nutrients in the large intestine is low, protein that is not consumed by bad bacteria will simply be excreted - all those beneficial amino acids go to waste - literally down the toilet.
Greater protein absorption allows for maximum amino acids in your blood stream.
Aminolase should be taken any time you consume protein-rich foods and dietary supplements to help digest protein and break it down into a usable form, such as essential amino acids and beneficial peptides.