Digestive Enzymes to Help You Feel ? This Summer

BBQs are synonymous with summer, from the beach to the backyard. While your friends & family might love a day of grilling burgers, your belly might not feel the same. Don’t worry, just bring Flora’s Digestive Enzymes along to the party and you’ll be grillin’ & chillin’ through Labor Day!

Flora’s Digestive Enzymes (US/CA) are made with safe and effective enzymes your belly needs and loves.

Give your body’s naturally occurring enzymes—like protease, lactase, and lipase—a boost when you need it (hello, Saturday afternoon BBQ!) with Flora’s Immediate Relief Enzyme (CA) / Enzyme Blend (US). Especially helpful for those with diets high in protein and fiber—looking at you grillmasters—this vegetarian formula can help provide relief from occasional heartburn, gas, bloating, and indigestion and help maintain the overall health of your digestive system.

Say hello to your new summer best friend.

With one to two capsules up to three times a day, you can beat bad digestion problems before they even start. More of a take-it-when-you-need-it person? Our enzymes are perfect for that, too. For a heavy meal, just pop that additional capsule (three total) and say goodbye to the bloat and indigestion ruining your beachside BBQ or backyard get together.

After all, there’s nothing better than a cold drink and something hot off the grill.

If it’s not just summer BBQ you’re worried about, go for the strong stuff with Flora’s Urgent Care Enzyme (CA) / Advanced Adult Enzyme Blend (US), the most powerful enzyme blend Flora offers. Formulated for persistent digestive problems, our Urgent Care Enzyme can help reduce flatulence following a meal rich in fermentable carbohydrates, including legumes, beans, and more. They can even help prevent symptoms of lactose intolerance, such as gas, bloating, cramping, and diarrhea. Whether it’s the occasional enzyme to pop when you need it or a stronger daily helping hand, the right digestive enzyme can help you sip and savor your favorite things by bringing relief to nagging food hangovers, naturally.
Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in such publications as VICE, Food & Wine, Refinery 29, Complex and Los Angeles Times.