3 in 1 program
Your ally for a less ordinary everyday life
Totum, a simple, easy and reasonably priced accompanying program.
- Contributes to the fatigue reduction*
Strong immune defense
- Contributes to the good functioning of the immune system*
Support to the cerebral activity
- Contributes to the good functioning of the nervous system and of normal psychological functions.
*The vitamin B12, brought by the Aphanizomenon flos-aquae of AlphaOne contributes to the fatigue reduction, the good functioning of the immune system, the normal functioning of the nervous system and of normal psychological functions.
Digestive enzymes increase your capacity to absorb, decompose and assimilate nutrients of your food.
This enzyme formula contains an exclusive mix of 15 different natural enzymes. These have a microbial function and are “microblended” with AFA algae to supply vitamins, minerals and other cofactors.
Heat and food transformation destroy enzymes which are naturally present in your diet. Most of our food is cooked or transformed, so that many foods in fact don't contain any digestive enzymes anymore. The enzymes used are 100% vegetarian and are produced by mushrooms, which are cultivated in a vegetal environment. Plantbased enzymes are active at nearly every pH level, allowing them to function all along the digestive tract. They are capable to digest the complete range of food groups: fats, carbohydrates, proteins and fibres
Description of each enzyme function:
Amylase: An enzyme that decomposes carbohydrates/starch into simple sugars.
Protéase SP ( SP = serine-protease): An enzyme that digests proteins by hydrolysing its peptide bonds. These link amino acids, together forming peptides.
Glucoamylase: An enzyme that decomposes complex sugars (which form starches) into simple sugars, like glucose, so that they can be used by the organism. It is present in the human saliva and acts on starches.
Lactase: An enzyme that hydrolyses the lactose of the milk, into glucose and galactose. The lactase is essential for the complete digestion of whole milk. Researches have shown that some ethnic groups can't digest lactose. So, the supplementation in lactase is useful to avoid flatulence caused by lactose intolerance.
Xylanase: This enzyme intervenes in the hemicellulose degradation, one of the main constituents of cell walls of plants. This degradation also releases more nutritive elements of plants and vegetables. Humans don’t produce xylanase.
Cellulase: An enzyme that decomposes the cellulose of the cell walls vegetables, in order to digest it. The cellulase maximises available nutriments in plants. Humans don’t produce this enzyme and have to count on intestinal bacteria to decompose this fibre. The glucose from the cellulose is slowly released, in order to not be considerably increasing the blood sugar.
Aspergillopepsine: This enzyme is a trypsin precursor (one of the pancreatic enzymes) secreted by the pancreas and transformed into trypsin in the small intestine. Aspergillopepsine is a proteolytic enzyme which decomposes proteins into smaller polypeptide units.
Alpha-galactosidase: An enzyme that hydrolyses (decomposes) molecules called glycolipids and glycoproteins, present in complex sugars. Helps decompose substances in foods which are generally more difficult to digest, like peanuts, beans, lentils and crucifers. These foods often contain carbohydrates which are combined with insufficiently digested proteins in the intestinal system. These badly digested particles are feeding the intestinal bacteria. The bacteria ferment “leftovers” resulting in an excess of gas.
Beta glucanase: This enzyme decomposes the beta-glucan. Beta-glucans are a type of fibres.
Fungal Protease: This enzyme digests proteins and is optimized for different pH levels.
Peptidase: A proteolytic enzyme which decomposes peptides into amino acids.
Pectinase: An Enzyme which decomposes the pectin (a gelatinous substance naturally produced by fruit and plant tissues).
Lipase: The lipase is an enzyme which decomposes lipids (fats).
Hemicellulase: An enzyme which decomposes cellulose fibres (main component of plant cell walls).
Phytase: An enzyme which decomposes phytic acid (an organic form of digestible phosphorus found in seeds and seed oil) releasing a useable form of inorganic phosphorus.
AFA algae: Enzymes need co-factors to work correctly. AFA algae contain many vitamins, minerals and trace elements:
- Vitamins A (beta-carotene), B, K
- Minerals CA, MG, MN, P, K
- Trace minerals Fe, I, Se, Zn.
- Instructions of use:
1 or 2 bags a day.
The dose can be adjusted individually.
Totum can be used by new consumers as well as by experienced algae product users.
Keep the pot carefully closed in a cool and dry place. Keep it out of reach and sight of children.
This product is a dietary supplement. It does not replace a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Never exceed the recommended daily dose. In case of doubts concerning an other medical treatment, contact your doctor.