Primary Digest 90 Tablets by VINCO * Gluten-Free *

Primary Digest 90 Tablets by VINCO * Gluten-Free *
Item# VP-PD

The enzymes and acids found in Vinco’s Primary Digest function with a pH suitable for upper gastro-intestinal activity. **Gluten Free**

Supplement Facts Serving Size: 1 Tablet Servings per Container: 90

Amount per Serving %DV

Betaine (HCl) 165 mg * L-Glutamic Acid (HCl) 165 mg * Pancreatin (8X) 35 mg * Papain 70 mg * Pepsin (10,000X) 25 mg * Gentiana Root Powder 20 mg * Oxbile 20 mg * * Daily Value (DV) not established DV is based on a 2,000 calorie diet Other Ingredients: Magnesium Stearate

Gastro-Digestive Enzyme formula

• Assists in the breakdown of food

• Can help to alleviate impaired digestive functions that can lead to diarrhea, indigestion and heartburn


Overview Betaine hydrochloride is a form of hydrochloric acid that is derived from beets. It is commonly used as a digestive enzyme by individuals who do not produce adequate levels of gastric hydrochloric acid for protein digestion. It has been estimated that approximately 30% of elderly adults have insufficient production of hydrochloric acid from the parietal cells in the lining of the stomach. The clinical terms for people with limited or a lack of hydrochloric acid secretion are hypochlorhydria and achlorhydria. Insufficient production of gastric hydrochloric acid can also negatively influence the body's ability to absorb many nutrients. Consequently, low levels of hydrochloric acid can be a contributing factor in numerous other clinical conditions such as asthma, atherosclerosis, candida yeast infections, gastritis, and rhuematoid arthritis. Although betaine hydrochloride may be a beneficial therapeutic component in treatment protocols for these conditions, scientific studies with betaine HCI have not been conducted in these areas.

Vinco's Primary Digest - is a digestive aid designed to enhance the breakdown and assimilation of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.

Physiology Pepsin - The chief digestive function of the stomach is the partial digestion of protein. Gastric pepsin is produced as the inactive zymogen, pepsinogen, which is activated to pepsin by the action of HCI, and autocatalytically by itself. The enzyme transforms native protein into proteoses and peptones.

Directions for use: As a dietary supplement for adults and children twelve or more years of age, take one tablet three times per day, or as directed by a qualified healthcare provider.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.