Arthur Andrew Medical, a leading manufacturer of enzyme and probiotic-based dietary supplements headquartered in Scottsdale, is launching a new product today dealing with food intolerances called FODMAP DPE (Digestive Probiotics and Enzymes), a specialized blend of spore-forming probiotics and digestive enzymes that assists the body in properly digesting highly fermentable foods, commonly known as FODMAPs.
“FODMAP DPE is the first product of its kind in that most other FODMAP products target one or two problematic areas whereas this product was formulated to target a wide range of FODMAP foods,” said Dan Curtin, executive vice president of Arthur Andrew Medical. “We developed this product to answer a clear need in the marketplace as more and more people suffer from food intolerances and are having to take multiple products to aid with digestion. This product is really all they need now.”
Many people suffer from bloating, belching, discomfort or even diarrhea following meals – this can mean there is a sensitivity to FODMAP foods. One solution would be to eliminate problematic foods from your diet. But this is not easy. FODMAPs are typically found in nutritious fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes such as garlic, onions, apples and other nutrient-dense foods. FODMAP DPE eases symptoms by limiting digestive fermentation. It will help digest your fruits and vegetables more completely and the enzymes will allow you to release and absorb more beneficial nutrients, while also preventing discomfort.
FODMAP DPE was formulated with the specific purpose of breaking down fermentable carbohydrates found in many densely nutritious foods, while also helping to restore the gut microbiome with spore-forming bacteria that can withstand the rigors of the digestive process despite being taken with food. This will allow people to enjoy a broader range of foods, feel comfortable going out to eat and also reduce anxiety that may come with eating.
For more information and to purchase FODMAP DPE, visit https://arthurandrew.com/products/fodmap.