Updated: Jan 21, 2019
Enzymes are not only for digestion, but are needed for many important rolls in the body. As we age, our enzymes can become depleted and it’s necessary to eat health foods that provide natural enzymes.
In fact, eating can cause enzyme depletion, as it robs the enzymes from other important functions to rush and digest food. And if we are not adding and eating an abundant amount of enzymes our body suffers. Same for our dogs, enzymes are needed in every cell for health and wellness.
2 ripe bananas: Bananas contain the enzymes amylase, maltase and glucosidases, three enzymes that digest complex starches into easily absorbed sugars. They are more active as bananas start to ripen, which is why yellow bananas are much sweeter than green bananas.
1 8oz can organic Pumpkin. Pumpkin helps dogs with indigestion, leaky gut, & discomfort. For enzyme support, papaya (found in Super FydoZymes) is a natural source of papain that helps the stomach break down proteins & fats for digestive wellness
1 Cup Goat Kefer. Kefir is a fermented milk beverage that contains many digestive enzymes, including lipases, proteases and lactases. These enzymes break down fat, protein and lactose molecules, respectively.
1 Package of Super FydoPHood FydoZymes
Natural Enzymes: Organic Whole Pumpkin, Organic Flax Seed, Organic Ginger, (Ginger contains the digestive enzyme zingibain, which is a protease. It may aid digestion by helping food move faster through the digestive tract and boosting the body’s own production of digestive enzymes.)
Pineapple, (Pineapples contain a group of digestive enzymes called bromelain, which helps break down proteins into amino acids. Bromelain is also available as a supplement.) Papaya, Chlorella, Organic Parsley, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Clove, Organic Marshmallow Root. (Marshmallow root can lower or prevent heartburn, stomach ulcer, diarrhea and constipation.
Smash bananas in a mixing bowl, add remaining ingredients mix well, pour into molds and freeze.
Remove from molds and store in freezer. You can make different shapes and sizes, I make tiny treats to use for training treats for my dogs, mid size for treats just because I want to give my doggies an wholesome snack and larger for feeding with their fresh diet for added digestive support.