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Why are the enzymes in biofase measured in MG and not in FCC (Food Chemical Codex)?

by Amy
(Chatham, IL)

Shouldn't the enzyme activity of products be measured and reported in FCC units?

These unit measurements are usually expressed as follows:

Protease - HUT (Hemoglobin Unit Tyrosine base), USP
Amylase - DU (Alpha-amylase Dextrinizing units)
Lipase - FIP, LU, FCCLU
Cellulase - CU (Cellulase unit)
Invertase - IAU (Invertase Activity unit)
Lactase - LacU (Lactase unit)

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by: Dan

Because the formula is proprietary, just like Klaire Labs Interfase and many probiotic supplements.

We have done an enzyme product comparison on this webpage that you may find to be helpful in making an informed decision.

Any other questions please let us know.

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