Origin: Present in the saliva and pancreatic juices. It can also be sourced from supplements derived from mould mushroom or swine pancreas
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Overview: Amylase is a digestive compound that breaks carbohydrates into simple sugar. It causes starches to become slightly sweet as they are chewed.
Aging individuals and people with a diet low in complex carbohydrates may need to use amylase supplements.
Common Dosage: Dosage for Amylase varies and typically ranges from 15,000 units to 82,000 units.