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The general name given to digestive-aid tablets containing pancreatic enzymes such as protrease, lipase and amylase. These enzymes break down proteins, fats and starch, and assist in their digestion.

Pancreatin can also prevent food allergies that arise from by-products of incomplete digestion. More more information on nutrition, see 'Nutrients A to Z' by Dr Michael Sharon

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