Digestive enzymes are proteins whose role is to cut complex molecules into simple molecules to facilitate digestion. They are present all along the digestive tract: in the saliva, stomach and intestines. From the age of 50, the enzymatic activity of our organism decreases and induces difficulties to assimilate the food. In addition, our current diet is low in digestive enzymes. Supplementation can improve the digestive capacity of the body and help better assimilate nutrients.