Alpha-galactosidase is an enzyme that targets nutrients composed of galactose. This enzyme is able to break down fibres: galactomannans, polysaccharides: galactosides, and glycolipids.
As the amount of enzyme decreases with age, these different nutrients are degraded by intestinal bacteria, which leads to a greater production of intestinal gas, responsible for pain and bloating.
Alpha-galactosidase is known to be deficient in Fabry disease, a genetic disorder with an estimated incidence of 1 in 80,000 births per year.
Alpha-galactosidase helps the absorption of carbohydrates contained in food, thus limiting gas production and digestive discomfort.
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Alpha-galactosidase is the subject of more than 3468 scientific publications.
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