Many forms of digestive enzyme supplements are widely available over the counter, and they are mostly considered to be safe when taken as recommended. Some studies have suggested that bromelain, a digestive enzyme supplement made from pineapples, interferes with platelets in the bloodstream.
Are digestive pills good for you?
Although digestive enzymes supplements are normally taken with meals for digestive purposes, when taken in between meals on an empty stomach, they may have the potential to stimulate the immune system, manage arthritis, reduce inflammation, improve liver health, fight cancer, and more.
Are digestive pills bad for you?
Digestive enzyme supplements also could interact with antacids and certain diabetes medications. They may cause side effects including abdominal pain, gas and diarrhea.
What happens if fat is not digested?
Fats that are not broken down could result in: Stomach pain. Gas. Oily or foul-smelling stools.