A Look at The Powerful Ingredients in NutriSyn Digest

A Look at The Powerful Ingredients in NutriSyn Digest



Your digestive tract is an extremely complex, powerful system that impacts many other systems negatively if it’s not supported with healthy foods, drinks, and supplements. In fact, the health of your gut and entire body can be greatly improved when you care for your digestive system.

Before we explain the science behind our powerful, natural ingredients that are formulated to aid in all facets of digestion, it’s important to first understand how the digestive system functions. Keep reading to learn more!

Why NutriSyn Digest Capsules?

NutriSyn Digest consists of broad-spectrum metabolically active enzymes to directly support the breakdown of foods, probiotics to directly support the health of the lower GI tract, and several beneficial botanicals to support the function of the major organs of digestion. Food-based enzymes are vital to all aspects of health but are greatly lacking or absent from the typical diet. NutriSyn Digest provides a steady supply of enzymes necessary to break down foodstuffs including proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. 

Simultaneously, specific botanicals help stimulate and support the glands and organs of digestion that fuel the breakdown, assimilation, and elimination. If either enzyme and/or the organs that fuel digestion are lacking, then the entire process is negatively affected. NutriSyn Digest supplies a stable and well-studied form of beneficial bacteria to prop up lower bowel function including elimination and immune response. Let’s take a deeper look at these powerful, natural ingredients!

The Powerful, Natural Ingredients in NutriSyn Digest


A healthy amount of enzymes in the gut are needed for many bodily processes including reduced inflammation, detoxification, disease-fighting, and healing processes. Inside of NutriSyn Digest, there is a synergistic blend of metabolically active enzymes including:

  • Protease (to digest proteins)
  • Amylase (to digest carbohydrates)
  • Lipase (to digest fats)
  • Cellulase (to digest fiber)
  • Alpha-Galactosidase (to digest complex sugars which often lead to gas build-up)



Ginger is one of the most important and comprehensive healing herbs on the planet and contains over 470 beneficial compounds. It is stimulating to digestion, supports a healthy inflammatory response, reduces pain, and is excellent for nausea and motion sickness. Ginger also helps to reduce occasional GI discomfort and helps improve nutrient absorption as well.


Angelica is an herb that’s been used for thousands of years, especially alone and in combination with other herbs to improve digestion, and improve gastric disturbances. Angelica helps avoid constipation and may protect against ulcers in the digestive system.


Gentian is used to move food through the GI tract. Bitter herbs have a long and successful tradition of use for a number of health purposes, including improved digestive stimulation. Gentian also helps promote the absorption of nutrients, healthy elimination, blood sugar homeostasis, eliminate toxins, and can even help with weight control.


Elecampane is unique in that it both stimulates and soothes the digestive system simultaneously. This botanical contains other important constituents as well including those that can reduce spasms and relax smooth muscle tissue.

Black Pepper

Black Pepper’s ability to improve the absorption of nutrients is powerful for the digestive system. Black Pepper contains other compounds including essential oils and terpenes that protect against cellular damage and inflammation. The compound can also help relax muscle spasms, an important facet of improving GI comfort. 


Triphala is a blend of 3 fruits: amla (Indian gooseberry), bibhitaki, and haritaki. Tripala has been researched for decades for the wonderful, natural benefits it provides for the digestive system. This natural compound is rich in diverse nutrients and helps improve bowel regularity, promote detoxification, and reduce the growth of unhealthy microbes in the gut.