Enzyme 101 Session 4 Quiz

1. When selecting a quality enzyme supplement, this is the first thing you want to check.
2. These enzymes are grown on a food host and have the ability to work throughout the entire digestive process without enteric coating.
3. For someone needing enzyme support in an acidic pH, an animal sourced enzyme would be best.
4. Enzymes can be measured by weight, but it is more important to know their units of activity.
5. This is the gold standard for determining and measuring enzyme activity.
6. There is no direct relationship between weight and enzyme activity / effectiveness.
7. When selecting a quality enzyme, you want to make sure the manufacturer meets which of the following requirements?
8. Supplemental microbial enzymes are only okay for short term use to prevent the body from making its own enzymes.
9. Digestive enzymes are unlikely to cause allergic reactions because they are carried on this, a large plasma protein found in the blood recognized by the immune system.
10. Enzymes should be avoided by those with mold toxicity since they are derived from aspergillus and could contain mycotoxins.
11. When protein digestion is compromised, which would be the best enzyme to start with?
12. It is okay for children to start taking enzymes at which age?
13. When on an antibiotic you should do the following with your probiotic.
14. Bloating or gas after taking a digestive supplement can often be the result of your digestive system reacting to the new enzymes entering your system and are often a side effect of die off and should resolve after a few weeks.
15. When recommending digestive enzymes you must know the person's age and weight to determine proper dose.
16. The following digestive aide requires enteric coating and cannot survive the acidic pH of the stomach.
17. Trypsin, chymotrypsin, and pepsin are derived from this source.
18. This enzyme is derived from the pineapple and works well for inflammation due to its ability to work best in higher pH levels of the body.
19. Enzymes must be taken with water because they are hydrolytic and require water to activate.
20. When selecting an enzyme, it is best to look for formulas that use a blend of polysaccharolytic, lipolytic, and proteolytic enzymes with no excipients.
21. Unlike medications, synthetic vitamins, and herbs, digestive enzymes do not require detoxification from the body. They simply have an allotted amount of activity, and once they are done, they are eliminated.
22. This digestive enzyme is derived from hog or ox and requires enteric coating to protect it from the pH of the stomach.
23. When selecting a quality enzyme, look for one with the highest weight in milligrams.
24. There are two fermentation methods used for bacterial and fungal enzymes. This is the most common of the two.
25. Digestive and systemic enzymes help to debris dead and necrotic tissue, but they do not destroy healthy living tissue.
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