Distinctive features of our DAO enzyme (Diamino Oxidase)
Our enzyme Diamino Oxidase (DAO) of animal, plant and biotechnological origin ensures maximum activity in the process of degradation of histamine from food due to its greater structural and functional similarity with human DAO (its DAO activity is 22,000 HDU , similar to the activity of 100% pure human DAO).
DAO enzyme under normal conditions is produced in the small intestine where it metabolizes ingested histamine. Eficaps® technology of capsules with gastro-resistant pellets of our DAO products allows a controlled release of its active ingredients at the time and place of maximum activity.
fibroDAO – 60 capsules with gastro-resistant pellets – DAO enzyme and adjuvant ingredients – Dietary management of fibromyalgia and general musculoskeletal pain caused by DAO deficiency.
probiDAO – 60 capsules with gastro-resistant pellets – DAO enzyme and adjuvant probiotics – Dietary management of DAO deficiency in case of digestive symptoms and maintenance of intestinal health.
DAOkids – 60 capsules with gastro-resistant pellets – DAO enzyme and adjuvant ingredients – Pediatric dietary management of DAO deficiency and its associated pathologies.
Where to find our products?
Our products are available in a wide network of pharmacies throughout Europe, you can also purchase them in pharmacies online and comfortably through its official page in amazon.
We incorporate our new generation of Eficaps smart capsules
EFICAPS (controlled dissolution) capsules release in a controlled manner the DAO enzyme in the site and the moment of maximum histaminic metabolization: in the small intestine during digestion
Contain gastro-resistant pellets with greater DAO activity
New formulations based on enzyme diamino oxidase and adjuvants for specific dietary management of different pathologies associated with the DAO deficiency
Press releases and media news
Reusable Face Mask UNE-0065/2020, AFNOR and DGA with Bidirectional Filtering for Companies and Public and Private Institutions
Scientific and clinical evidence
Associations Between Migraine, Celiac Disease, Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity and Activity of Diamine Oxidase
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