bromelin


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bro·me·lain

 (brō′mə-lən, -lān′) also bro·me·lin (-lən)
n.
A proteolytic enzyme obtained from pineapples.

[New Latin Bromel(ia), former pineapple genus; see bromeliad + (pap)ain.]

bromelin

(ˈbrəʊməlɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) a protein-digesting enzyme (see endopeptidase) found in pineapple and extracted for use in treating joint pain and inflammation, hay fever, and various other conditions
[C19: from Bromelia type genus of pineapple family (see bromeliad) + -in]
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Trypsin 48Mg With Bromelin 90Mg And Rutosid Trihydrate 100Mg In Al/Blister Packing
If a combination of omitting foods that trigger discomfort and adding foods that are good for the stomach don't work, you can also try chewable papaya or Bromelin capsules.
Eating pineapple after the meal will improve digestion because of bromelin and it has lots of anti inflammatory compounds.
The company's Bromelin DS product, for example, contains a natural extract made from pineapples.
Application of enzymes like papain and bromelin and lowering of pH with vinegar, and citric acids and the use of electrical stimulation are some of the methods used to tenderize meat effectively [3,4,14].
They used a vacuum to remove water vapor from meringue and presented a pork loin tenderized with pineapple juice, which contains the protein-splitting enzyme bromelin.