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"The osteopathic paradigm is that , “Structure governs function”! However, I believe that emotions impact on function therefore they must also interfere with structure."

Anthony Mossop

Amylase Inhibitors

Introduction to Amylase Inhibitors

Amylase inhibitors are also known as starch blockers because they contain substances that prevent dietary starches from being absorbed by the body. Starches are complex carbohydrates that cannot be absorbed unless they are first broken down by the digestive enzyme amylase and other, secondary, enzymes. They are claimed to be useful for weight loss, but when they were first developed years ago, research did not find them very effective for limiting carbohydrate absorption. Later, however, highly concentrated versions of amylase inhibitors did show potential for reducing carbohydrate absorption in humans.

Sources of Amylase Inhibitors

Amylase inhibitors can be extracted from several types of plants, especially those in the legume family. Currently available Amylase inhibitors are extracted from either white kidney bean or wheat.

Known Side Effect of Using Amylase Inhibitors

High amounts of amylase inhibitors may cause diarrhea due to the effects of undigested starch in the colon. Diabetics taking medications to lower their blood sugar should not take amylase inhibitors without first consulting a doctor. At the time of writing, there were no well-known drug interactions with amylase inhibitors.

Supportive Formulas

Many years have been spent creating the Phytobiophysics formulas that are made from carefully researched combinations of essences from many flowers and plants. We believe that essences enable the body to heal by dealing with the underlying causal emotional trauma so encouraging the body’s own healing process.


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