All foods have polyphenols or "phenols" which are compounds that are good for you. The foods highest in polyphenols are the brightly colored fruits and vegetables.
Watch our video from Dr. Devin Houston, Ph.D. enzyme biochemist. Learn how the No-Fenol enzyme helps with digestion of polyphenols.
Q and A with Dr. H: Can Enzymes be harmful to Polyphenols?
Q: Do the enzymes in No-Fenol destroy phenols (polyphenols) which are in my medication or foods?
A: No-Fenol enzymes do not break down or change the structure of polyphenols - what happens is that a sugar group attached to the polyphenol while in the parent plant is removed during digestion by the enzymes. Removing this sugar group allows the intact active polyphenol to be absorbed in active form.
No-Fenol does what is supposed to happen in normal digestion and helps you digest the polyphenols.