+8 Digestive Enzyme Supplement


Support for Optimal Nutrient Absorption & Digestive Health

  • Naturally Safe: with no harsh chemicals, artificial flavors or colors.
  • Naturally Potent: blend of eight digestive enzymes.
  • Natural Support: for healthy, optimal nutrient absorption, metabolism, digestive system health, and non-gassy, non-bloating digestion of high fiber foods, beans, fatty foods, milk, & wheat.
  • Recommended: for daily nutritional support of adults and children 12+; great for adults 50+, those on a high-fiber diet (like vegetarian or vegan), or for those with IBS, acid reflux, food sensitivity, or other digestive issues.
  • Risk Free: Try it for 60 days; it’s guaranteed. If you're not 100% satisfied, we'll refund the purchase price.
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Does This Sound Like You?...

  • Dealing with digestive issues – gluten, dairy or other food sensitivities? Upset stomach, reflux, heartburn, gas, or bloating?
  • Noticing a slow-down in your metabolism? Been gaining weight or had trouble losing weight despite a healthy diet?
  • If you're a vegetarian or vegan, are you taking steps to deal with the extra load of fiber you're consuming, and are you sure you're getting all the nutrients you need?
  • If you're taking probiotics or multi-vitamins to support your digestive and overall health, are you aware there's another key component to digestive health you may be missing?

As the system that provides every other with the nutrients they need, it's no secret that your digestive system is an important one. An optimally functioning digestive tract shows not only in your incident-free break-down of foods, but as studies are showing, in your energy levels, skin, immune function, and even your mental and emotional health as well! Maybe that's why health professionals and health-wise people alike are increasingly looking at digestive balance for overall wellness. They're not only establishing a healthy bacterial balance in the gut with probiotics, but replenishing the chemicals needed to break down food as well – specialized amino chemicals – the digestive enzymes.

How Digestive Enzymes Work in the Body

"What Do Digestive Enzymes Do?"

There are enzymes that break down fats, enzymes that break down carbs, enzymes that break down proteins, and enzymes that break down fiber. The better your supply of all these enzymes, the more efficient your digestive system will be at breaking down all foods, unlocking all their beneficial nutrients, and digesting them all without issue.

"Where Do I Get Digestive Enzymes?"

While your pancreas produces most of the enzymes varieties you need for digestion, there is a cap to its production. In fact, in some people (such as those with food sensitivities to gluten or lactose) the production of certain enzymes may be naturally lower. To ensure optimal stores of all the chemicals you need for the diversity of foods in your diet, regular intake of a variety of enzymes, from a wide array of plant foods, is required.

"What Causes Low Digestive Enzyme Levels?"

A diet high in ready-made and processed foods and low in whole, raw, plant-based foods is a definite factor in enzyme insufficiency. However, poor diet is not the only concern. It should be noted that even with a very healthy diet, there are factors which can affect your overall enzyme numbers. High-fiber diets (such as the typical vegetarian or vegan diet) require more enzymes than the average diet in order to digest. There are also enzyme-inhibiting raw foods. While healthy and beneficial in their own right, potatoes, nuts, seeds, peas, beans, and legumes all contain chemicals which are intended to protect the plant from growing prematurely, but which act in your body to neutralize some of the enzymes your pancreas produces. Physical stressors like illness, very high or low temperatures, and strenuous exercise can also cause your enzymes to be used up more quickly than they would normally, and age is a factor as enzyme production naturally declines as we grow older.

"What Happens When Digestive Enzyme Levels Are Low?"

Be it because of diet, age, or physical stressors, without a sufficient amino supply in the body, enzyme insufficiency can cause a variety of unpleasant side effects:

15 Signs of Low Digestive Enzymes

  • Indigestion
  • Stomach Ache
  • Gas
  • Heartburn
  • Bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Food Sensitivity
  • Weight Problems
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Slowed Healing
  • Faster Aging
  • Allergies
  • Nutrient Deficiency

+8 Digestive Enzyme Power with Prolipamy

Alongside a diet tailored to your unique needs and rich in enzymatic foods, Prolipamy naturally helps support healthy, optimal digestive enzyme levels, nutrient absorption, metabolism, overall health, and healthy, non-bloating, non-gassy digestion. With its potent blend of 8 unique digestive enzymes, Prolipamy helps supplement the enzymes you may be lacking in your everyday diet:

1. Protease: A type of protein-digesting enzyme known to help support healthy immune defense and normal flora balance in the body.

2. Lipase: A type of fat-digesting enzyme, lipase helps support the breakdown of dietary fat and has been shown to support healthy, non-gassy, non-bloating digestion high-fat meals.

3. Amylase: A type of carbohydrate- and starch-digesting enzyme, amylase helps support the breakdown grains, potatoes, corn, and other vegetables.

4. Hemicellulase: A type of fiber-digesting enzyme which helps support the breakdown of fiber-rich meals including vegetables and whole grains.

5. Lactase: An enzyme specifically designed to break down the milk sugar (lactose) in dairy products, lactase is known to help support healthy, non-gassy, non-bloating digestion of dairy.

6. Peptidase with DDP-IV Activity: Also known as "DPP4" or "Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV." DPP-IV encodes antigenic enzymes which break proteins into peptides. It is associated with healthy immune and cellular function. DPP-IV is also thought to play a major role in glucose (sugar) metabolism and healthy detoxification of gluten.

7. Bromelain: Found in highest concentrations within the stems of pineapples, bromelain is a specific type of protease enzyme which helps to break down dietary proteins.

8. Papain: Found naturally in papaya fruit, papain is another specific type of protease enzyme which helps to break down dietary proteins.

Love It - Or Your Money Back!

Here at HelloLife, we stand behind our products. Each and every one is the result of a pain-staking research and development process. "Okay" is just not good enough for us!

With its superior natural formulation and the feedback we receive, we know Prolipamy works. In fact, we're so confident you’ll love Prolipamy, we guarantee it.*

If you're not 100% satisfied, we'll refund the purchase price! You have 60 full days to decide. Now, there's really no reason not to give it a try, is there?

With Prolipamy, you've got nothing to lose and a lot to gain!

B-Balanced DMG Usage Guide


Serving Size: Take one capsule with each meal. Do not exceed three capsules per day.

Complete Product Use Guide

Supplement Facts

Serving Size
1 Capsule
Amt. Per Serving
% Daily Value †
Protease 1
20,000 HUT
Protease 2
4,000 DUT
100 SAPU
5,000 DU
1,250 FIP
500 CU
50 AGU
200 SU
Alpha Galactosidase
50 GalU
Beta Glucanase
65 BGU
16.9 PGU
250 XU
10 FTU
1,000 HCU
500 ALU
500,000 PU
500,000 PU

** Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients: maltodextrin, vegetable capsule (hypromellose and water), and medium chain triglycerides.
ALLERGENS: CONTAINS DAIRY, SOY, AND WHEAT (From a fermentation process including dairy, soy and wheat).

Product Questions

Prolipamy is made with high-quality ingredients and contains no harmful fillers, steroids, or chemicals. Pregnant or nursing women should not take Prolipamy unless directed by a qualified physician. As always, consult your health professional if you have a concern.

The Office of Dietary Supplements of the US Food and Drug Administration suggests you check with your health care professional before taking a supplement, especially when combining or substituting them with other foods or medicine.

Simply pull the capsule apart and thoroughly mix the contents with juice, water, oatmeal, or yogurt. Our customers share a helpful hint to swallow capsules - place the capsule in your mouth, add water, and tilt your head forward, chin to chest, swallow, then lift your head, and follow with water. This simple movement allows the capsule to float to the back of your throat, making it easier to swallow.

Pregnant or nursing women should not take any nutritional supplements unless approved by a qualified health professional.

No, Prolipamy is classified as a dietary food supplement and therefore does not require a prescription.

The FDA oversees all food and drug products. Since Prolipamy is a natural food product, it falls under the scope of the FDA. In 1994, the FDA set up guidelines for dietary supplements, and then created the Dietary Supplement Health Education Act (DSHEA). HelloLife LLC follows all of DSHEA's guidelines. In addition, HelloLife LLC is an FDA-registered facility. All our products are manufactured under current GMP standards as defined by the FDA to guarantee the highest degree of consistency, reliability, and potency.

Enzymes are measured in different standards than the usual milligram or ounce. These are the units that our enzymes are measured in:

  • HUT: Hemoglobin Units Tyrosine Base
  • GDU: Gelatin Digestion Units
  • PU: Phytase Units
  • DU: Dextrinizing Units
  • ALU: Acid Lactase Units
  • LU: Lipase Units
  • HCU: Hemicellulase Units


** The experiences expressed in the above feedback may be unique to the individual(s) involved. The feedback and descriptions of the products used are not intended to promote any direct or implied health claims. Individual results may vary. HelloLife does not guarantee 100% results.

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