Kenay Bromelain 2400 GDU, 60 capsules


Food supplement


  • high enzymatic activity (2400 GDU/g) guarantees high effectiveness and appropriate potency
  • taking bromelain with a meal increases the efficiency of the digestion process
  • eco-friendly glass packaging
  • GMO-free
  • Vcaps® vegetarian capsule

Bromelain is a general name used to refer to several enzymatic proteins produced by plants from the bromeliad (pineapple) family, including edible pineapple.

Bromelain digests protein, so it works analogously to our own digestive enzymes, generally called proteolytic enzymes. Plants produce proteolytic enzymes to destroy the larvae of parasitic insects, which are mainly composed of proteins.

However, taking a dose of bromelain by a person makes it easier for him to digest the proteins he eats. These properties of bromelain are used in the nutrition of people with deficiencies of their own digestive enzymes (e.g. seniors) and athletes, especially those from strength disciplines, who consume huge daily portions of proteins.

In these situations, bromelain facilitates the breakdown of proteins into amino acids, which are absorbed into the bloodstream and enter the muscles, where they are incorporated into newly formed muscle proteins. In this way, bromelain helps older people fight sarcopenia (muscle loss), and helps athletes achieve better training effects in the form of greater muscle mass and strength.


Ingredients in a daily portion  (1 capsule)

Bromelain from pineapple stem 2400 GDU/g (enzyme activity units) /   500 mg


Vcaps® is a trademark of Lonza or its affiliates.

How to use:  1 capsule a day

Storage:  Store in a closed container at room temperature, out of the reach of small children

Notes: do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any ingredient of the preparation. Remember to follow a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet. The preparation should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women and children and adolescents under 18 years of age.

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