The unique blend of enzymes in TriEnza break down foods to help prevent occasional digestive discomfort from food intolerances.
The enzymes in TriEnza offer support for:
- Food proteins
- Casein in dairy
- Polyphenolic vegetables and fruits
- Fats in foods and supplements
TriEnza was specially formulated for your dietary needs by biochemist Devin Houston, Ph.D.
Who Should Use TriEnza?
If you need support for the digestion of multiple types of foods, try TriEnza.
How Can Enzymes Help?
- Break down gluten, dairy casein, soy, and meat protein.
- Support digestion of the sugars sucrose and maltose, which will also be helpful for the gut microbiome.
- More support for gas and bloating from fiber.
- Help with occasional gas and bloating through fiber breakdown.
1 dose is 2 capsules. We encourage experimenting with the dose to find the optimal dosing for your situation.
Small meals may require less, large meals may require more.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Enzymes are safe for adults as well as children once they are old enough to eat table food.
No, TriEnza will work regardless whether one is on the GFCF diet. Many use it as an alternative to the GFCF diet with very good results.
Dosing is by the size of the meal, not age or body weight. Typically, it’s best to start with 1 capsule per meal, with the exception of TriEnza, which is 2 capsules per meal. Those eating a small meal, such as younger children, by find a half-dose to be adequate. There isn’t any upper limit with dosing, and no toxicity associated with enzymes.
It’s usually best to take enzymes near the beginning of the meal. If you forget, take the enzymes when you remember as there may still be food in the stomach.
If you are a “grazer”, that is, frequently eating during the day, you may wish to take enzymes at fixed dosing intervals, such as every 4 or 5 hours during the day.
Enzymes may be taken with other medications and supplements, including probiotics.
Store in a cupboard or on a shelf. Don’t refrigerate enzymes as the refrigerator tends to be humid and humidity isn’t good for enzymes. The freezer is fine for enzymes as it tends to stay dry.
Typically there are no adverse reactions. Start with a low dose (about half the recommended dose) to ensure that you have no allergies to the enzymes.
Digestive changes may be noticed, such as increased frequency of bowel movements (not diarrhea), less stool being passed, and a possible increase in gas production.
All these are usually temporary and should be resolved in a matter of days.
Satisfied Customer Reviews
These maybe beneficial but the kids won’t eat them they taste terrible! Like vinegar or something! They smell bad and taste bad . I should return them
So far with both is working great
TriEnza Digestive Enzymes - 180 Chewables
Alec is doing wonderful with Allstar probiotic and the enzyme and gluten free. Thank you very much!
Excellent product for gluten and dairy free diets to help digest those proteins when they cannot be avoided
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