Endo-pectinase


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Endo-pectinase is a combination of methylesterase, with demethylates pectin, and polygalacturonase, which hydrolyzes ą-D-1, 4-galacturonide. This enzyme is known to break down pectin, a type of fiber that can be found in plants. The most common fruits that have a high level of pectin are apple and banana.

Fiber is good for the body but it can also block other minerals and nutrients from being absorbed by the body, due to the fact that the body does not produce these fiber-breaking enzymes, but they are produced by microorganisms that live in the stomach.