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Formulated with a variety of macro-specific enzymes, BUMPED UP's Enzymes has you covered on all fronts. This product helps digest carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and dairy products. Not only that, we’ve included prebiotics to promote the strength of your good bacteria so it can more effectively wage war on any bad bacteria in your gut, and help your belly feel better during pregnancy.


BUMPED UP Full Spectrum Digestive Enzymes

Ladies, let's be honest, digestion is a major factor in our lives. Something that we don’t always treat kindly. Our digestive systems are connected to our nervous system, so when our digestive system is out of whack it can put our bodies into a stressful state.

Our bodies naturally produce digestive enzymes, these enzymes are what break down our food into nutrients. Over the years our body starts to produce less and less of these highly important enzymes. Which means we are not absorbing all of the nutrients that we think we are. Nutrition isn't only about what we put into our bodies. It is also about supporting our digestive systems.

BUMPED UP Digestive Enzymes are formulated with a variety of macro-specific enzymes that help digest carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and dairy products. We’ve also included prebiotics to promote the strength of our good bacteria so it can more effectively wage war on any bad bacteria in our guts.

Supplementing with BUMPED UP Digestive Enzymes can help you absorb more nutrients, which also helps support your growing fetus. BUMPED UP Digestive Enzymes can also help minimize issues with acid reflux and heartburn during your pregnancy.

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  • Stronger immune system: Nothing hinders goals like feeling “under the weather.” The best way you can keep crushing your goals is to equip yourself with the armor necessary to strengthen your immune system -- and rise above those nasty clouds. Considering that approximately 70% of your immune system is located in your gut, you need to make your gut health a priority.

  • Improved digestion: Many digestive disorders are caused by too much bad bacteria in the gut. By promoting the growth of healthy bacteria and improving how well your system digests foods, Bucked Up enzymes can protect your gut.

  • Nutrient Absorption: If you’re reading this, you care about your health and fitness. Whatever “diet” you prescribe to, you know the importance of quality nutrients. I hate to break it to you, but if you have an unhealthy gut you can eat as much lean protein as your pecs/glutes desire, and you still won’t see optimal results. To build muscle, nutrients have to be absorbed into the system. As such, a healthy microbiome is essential for building muscle and, for that matter, quality living.

  • Sustainable Weight Loss: A poor digestive system may not eliminate toxins as efficiently. This can lead to storing more food as fat instead of energy.

  • Stress Support: We have more comforts of society than any time in history. Yet, the majority of us are constantly stressed. A lot of factors can play into this, of course. But get this; recent studies have started to show a powerful link between the gut and our emotions. Think of it like the “butterfly effect.” No. Not the time travel one. That butterflies-in-your-stomach feeling before a big event. There was once a time when we couldn’t explain why that happened, but now we know it occurs due to how significantly the gut impacts our emotions. If you frequent emojis like the frowny-face emoji, steam-out-nostrils emoji -- or your friends often respond with middle finger emojis -- then you absolutely need to prioritize your gut health. And if you’re never stressed...are you even human?

General: By now we all know that enzymes are substances that speed up biochemical reactions. So digestive enzymes, simply put, are substances that help speed up digestion. The ingredients in the BUCKED UP Enzymes are largely a mix of enzymes and prebiotics.

Carb Assistance: Whether it’s starchy carbs, fruits, or even vegetables, these enzymes help your body break down complex carbs and insoluble fibers to make them accessible for daily energy.

Protein Assistance: Unless you’re a vegan granted superpowers for attempting to save the planet from the food industry, your body needs protein for several important functions such as building muscle, energy, fat loss, sleep, and even mood. We’ve included protein specific enzymes to make sure you’re not eating healthy in vain. These enzymes work by breaking down protein bonds and convert them into amino acids.

Fat Assistance: Your body, your brain, and your spirit need healthy fats. Your body and brain use them for optimal function, and your spirit...well...have you ever tried a fat, juicy grass-fed ribeye or artichoke dipped in butter? (They’re basically transcendence on a plate.) The problem is that many people don’t digest fats well. That’s why we added Lipase. This enzyme helps your body utilize the micronutrients within those delicious, delicious fats. Mmmm...bacon.

Dairy Assistance: Are you sick of window shopping Half Baked ice creams like a kid staring at the video game console he’ll never afford on his current allowance? Well, take your hands off the glass and open the freezer aisle door already, because life without ice cream is no life at all. We’ve formulated our BUCKED UP Enzymes to help you digest dairy as well.

Prebiotics: Prebiotics -- not to be confused with probiotics -- not only stimulate the production of more probiotics in your gut, they also help strengthen your good bacteria. The best way to look at the difference between the two biotics is: probiotics keep your body healthy and prebiotics keep them healthy.

While taking probiotics isn’t a bad thing, prebiotics are a far better long-term investment. First, our gut holds around 100 trillion bacteria and typical doses of probiotics are between 5-100 billion CFUs. Throwing in a daily dose of probiotics is like dropping a single seed into soil in hopes of growing a healthy flora garden, whereas prebiotics are fertilizer.

What makes BUCKED UP Enzymes different from Keto Root?

The gut microbiome is a complex system in the body. Amongst many other things, it is affected by the foods we eat -- or in the case of Breathertarians, the food we don’t eat. Someone who practices Keto has different needs than someone who eats Pop Tarts (it fits my macros, bro!). We don’t discriminate based on your dietary beliefs. Quite the opposite. We want everyone to reap the benefits of their diet.

BUCKED UP Enzymes is an all around digestive enzyme that’s geared toward overall gut health. It provides enzymes to help with carbohydrate digestion, protein digestion, dairy digestion, (some) fat digestion, and prebiotics. It is your everyday go to for gut health.

Keto Root is formulated with enzymes, but it is not a digestive enzyme product. While it does hold some of the same benefits as our enzymes, it’s specifically geared for true Keto practitioners. It helps to get past the Keto flu, aid fat digestion, liver health, and gallbladder function.


  • Cellulase: A class of enzymes that break down otherwise indigestible fibers found in many vegetables, and convert them to glucose (one of the body’s primary sources of energy). Through this process, Cellulase enzymes can help improve the nutritive value of foods like whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and fermented foods. It may also help the body maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

  • Pectinase: Commonly found in many fruits, pectinase is an enzyme that plays a key role in digesting. It helps with the digestion of plant-based foods, increasing their nutritional and prebiotic value.

  • Amylase: This enzyme helps breakdown starches into smaller carbohydrate molecules, making them easier to digest and more readily accessible for energy.

  • Glucoamylase: Helps absorb nutrients and create energy by breaking down the naturally occurring starch in the common plant foods we eat such as potatoes, corn, rice, and wheat.

  • Papain: Found in various parts of the papaya fruit, Papain plays a powerful role in digesting protein by breaking down oftentimes tough protein fibers. This results in better digestion and increased nutrient absorption for protein based foods. Steak...mmmm.

  • Bromelain: A protein-digesting enzyme complex, commonly found in pineapples, Bromelain assists digestion by reducing large protein molecules into smaller peptide units or individual amino acids.

  • Protease: A category of enzymes, proteases assist with, you guessed it, the body’s ability to digest proteins. They break down protein bonds and convert them into amino acids.

  • Lactase: Perhaps the most well-known enzyme, Lactase aids your body digest dairy. Grab a spoon. Ice cream is back on the menu. How it works: lactase is produced in the small intestine and it helps break down lactose into glucose. When the body doesn’t produce enough lactase, it can lead to lactose intolerance. Hack that problem and melt some cheese. On everything.

  • Lipase: An enzyme produced by the pancreas, Lipase helps fat digestion. Often times the common side effects of indigestion like bloating and gas happen when there’s not enough lipase in the body.

  • Phytase: Commonly found in plant material, Phytase breaks down and increases nutritional quality in foods such as cereal, wheat, legumes, seeds, and corn.

  • Betaine HCL: This compound is made from Betaine and Hydrochloride. Betaine can be produced by choline in the body, and can promote healthy liver function. Hydrochloric acid (HCL) is produced by the stomach to support digestion, nutrient absorption, and immune function. Together, they can provide a myriad of benefits such as shielding internal organs, improving muscle mass, accelerated fat loss, and, of course, digestion.

  • Galacto-Oligosaccharides: Derived from dairy products, beans, and certain root vegetables, Galacto-oligosaccharides are often used as prebiotics. Prebiotics -- not to be confused with probiotics -- act as food for good bacteria in the gut, which helps stop bad bacteria from wreaking havoc.

  • Xylo-Oligosaccharides: These prebiotic compounds can help maintain and promote healthy balance of flora in the gut. Essentially strengthening your healthy bacteria so it can fight off the bad bacteria.

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