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TriEnza 90 capsules (45 doses)

$65.00

*This item is not available for purchase to customers in Japan using PayPal.

TriEnza® provides digestive support for a broad range of foods.

The unique blend of enzymes in TriEnza breaks down foods to help prevent occasional digestive discomfort from food intolerances.


Directions +

Two (2) capsules per meal or as needed. Less may be adequate for smaller meals. Most find using 2 to 4 capsules per meal adequate, and most likely no further benefits will occur with higher dosing, though more may be given for the infrequent and large food challenges. Each person is different so we encourage some experimentation to find the dose that best helps each person.

Ingredients +

Serving Size: 2 capsules
Peptidase with DPP IV........ 30,000 HUT
DPP IV...................................... ......600 DPPU
Xylanase...................................16,000 XU
Amylase....................................12,000 DU
Protease....................................65,000 HUT
Protease 6.0.............................25,000 HUT
Glucoamylase.................................25 AGU
Lactase.........................................1,500 ALU
Cellulase..........................................900 CU
Invertase.........................................500 SU
Lipase...............................................500 FIP
Diastase.....................................12,000 DP
Beta-glucanase...............................30 BGU

Other Ingredients:
Capsule (Hypromellose and water), microcrystalline cellulose, and medium-chain triglyceride powder.

This product includes the following materials that are either derived from or contain allergens which must be declared on labels per the US Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA):
None‡.

The production process used to manufacture the enzymes found in this product utilizes fermentation materials that are derived from or contain the allergens listed below. While these fermentation materials should be either consumed during fermentation or removed from the enzyme during additional enzyme isolation steps, minute traces of these allergens may be left in the final enzyme product. While these traces are expected to be below the limits of detection for standard ELISA-based allergen testing methods‡, we cannot guarantee the complete absence of these allergens:
Gluten, soy.

‡NOTE: Enzymes and probiotics can interfere with common ELISA-based allergen test kits, producing either false positives or false negatives in these tests. When performing allergen testing on enzyme-containing products, special sample preparation techniques must be utilized to avoid this interference.

Jini Says +

Ideally, you should get your digestive enzymes from your food (raw foods, fermented foods, homemade yoghurt, etc.) and from your body's own production. However, for those times you need some additional support, you can take these natural digestive enzymes with or after meals.

I searched a long time before finding a digestive enzyme supplement that I could recommend, or feel good about taking myself.

Many digestive enzymes are cultured on aspergillus oryzae (mold), but then are not filtered properly and you end up ingesting the spores - not good for someone with unbalanced or susceptible gut flora to begin with!

But these Houston Enzymes derived from Aspergillus have been purified from the fungal matter using 8 to 12 different methods of purification. No fungal matter is present in this enzyme product. If you have a known allergy to Aspergillus proteins, then caution should be used in taking any fungal-derived enzyme product, however, the allergenic portions of Aspergillus are usually those parts of the fungi removed from the enzymes during processing.

Take enzymes with the first few bites of your meal or just prior to mealtime. But more important is to take the enzyme, if not at the beginning, then during or after eating. Food stays in the stomach for up to 2 hours, therefore, introducing enzymes anytime during the meal will still provide benefits.

If you are a "grazer", that is, someone who eats constantly during the day, you may wish to take the enzymes at fixed dosing intervals, such as every 4 or 5 hours during the day.

*Remember, that if you're having more than 3 bowel movements per day, you will likely not benefit from pills/capsules (gut transit time is too fast) - in that case, best to use the chewable.

*This item is not available for purchase to customers in Japan using PayPal.

TriEnza® provides digestive support for a broad range of foods.

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
  • Gluten
  • Casein in dairy
  • Carbohydrates
  • Sugars
  • Lactose
  • Polyphenolic vegetables and fruits
  • Fats in foods and supplements
  • Fiber†

TriEnza was specially formulated for your dietary needs by biochemist Devin Houston, Ph.D.

Who should use TriEnza?

If you need support for digestion of multiple types of foods, try TriEnza.†

What's new & improved with TriEnza?

As of April 17, 2023 we've made a few updates to the TriEnza 180 count formula to bring you even better support for digesting a range of foods. The same changes will be made to the 90 count, 60 count, powder, and chewable versions within the coming weeks.

The changes we made to TriEnza 180:

  1. Removed Cellulase and Glucanase enzymes.

Recent research indicates that cellulose fiber plays an important role in the development and maturation of the gut microbiome. Dietary cellulose induces cellular anti-inflammatory mechanisms from the gut bacteria. Perhaps that is why humans do not produce cellulase enzyme. Breakdown of cellulose by supplemental cellulase removes the benefits to the gut bacteria and also produces higher glucose levels in the small intestine. With these new health benefits of cellulose revealed, we feel it best to remove cellulase from ALL of our enzyme products.

Glucans have much research backing their benefits to heart health. We feel it best not to negate those effects by adding an enzyme that breaks down glucans, so glucanase will be removed from our products as well.

One fiber that should be broken down early in digestion is xylan which is found as a supporting structure in plant cell walls. Xylanase breaks down xylans into xylose sugar which is not absorbed in the human gut and so does not have a glycemic contribution. Xylans are the structures that tie cellulose fibers together, if we break down xylans, the cellulose fibers are released and can then contact the gut bacteria in a beneficial manner. Houston Enzymes one of the few companies to use xylanase in high amounts, because it also contains side activities helpful in assimilating polyphenols. Other companies do not use near the level of xylanase we do because of its high cost.

2. Increased amounts of lactase, invertase, and lipase.

With more room available in the capsule, we slightly increased the activities of lipase, lactase, and invertase to better help with sugar and fat digestion and lactose intolerance.

3. Added Alpha-Galactosidase.

We felt TriEnza needed more help with reducing the gassiness produced by beans, broccoli, cauliflower and other veggies, so we added alpha-galactosidase back into the formula.

4. No increase in cost to you!

All these changes make TriEnza 180 a better product, but we also kept the price to our customers at the current level. Compared to other companies, our products are a bargain!

    Contraindications for Enzyme Supplementation

    These enzymes should be used with care in cases of active stomach or duodenal ulcers, severe bowel inflammation (characterized by blood in stools), hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, or within a week of scheduled surgery. This product may not be appropriate for those with known allergies to Aspergillus enzyme proteins, though non-specific mold allergies do not necessarily preclude use of fungal enzymes. Consult your medical doctor for further advice, and err on the side of caution. Those with known anaphylactic allergic reactions to fungal proteins should NOT ingest fungal-derived enzymes.

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

    Customer Reviews

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    glenda crook
    enzymes

    to early to tell just started them,so far really good
    I have always had neg reactions to all enzymes because if the mold been on these for 2 days and so far no reactions thanks

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    JS
    Must have Enzymes

    These have worked better than others I have tried and are great for digestion break down of foods.

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    Celine Kilian
    Miracle

    I have had a very negative response from every digestive enzyme I have tried. I have really big problems with my digestion right now and enzymes are so important for me but I couldn't take them without getting a fast heart rate and palpitations and absominal pain. The more I read about allergy to digestive enzymes I learned about the filtering of aspergillus and how some aren't held to the same standards. Thank you God I came across your link for Houston Enzymes. I have not had one bad reaction to them and I take 4 with meals and 2 with snacks. Other enzymes I could only take half a capsule due to the side effects. I just couldn't wrap my brain around someone being allergic to enzymes, and I'm not! It was the unfiltered aspergillus I'm convinced! I have a lot of allergies and am very sensitive to everything so it just makes sense. I'm so thankful to have these enzymes and am starting to get my health on track. It's only been a week but I've been through the whole bottle!