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    Invertase

    Invertase

    An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of sucrose into glucose and fructose. Also called saccharase, sucrase. Invertase is a yeast derived enzyme. Invertase splits sucrose into glucose and fructose. Invertase is mainly used when fructose is present due to it being sweeter and it not crystallizing as easy. A digestive aid that breaks down milk sugars.


    BENEFITS OF HAVING ENOUGH INVERTASE

    • Promotes digestive health
    • Allows nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream and used in body functions
    • Aids in digestion of sugars

    DEFICIENCIES OF INVERTASE MAY LEAD TO

    • Increased chance of digestive problems
    • Strain on the body to produce more enzymes