Bino (alpha galactosidase ) is a supplement composed of natural enzymes that help prevent flatulence , bloating, abdominal pain and bloating. The main ingredient in Beano is the natural alpha galactosidase enzyme. This supplement is taken before consuming foods that often cause these symptoms .
Bino works to break down and digest complex carbohydrates such as those found in vegetables (including broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and kale), legumes (including lentils, beans, and nuts), whole grains and more.
This supplement contains natural enzymes that help people comfortably eat a variety of foods, some of which are difficult to digest. Note that this is not effective in preventing gas formation caused by difficulty digesting lactose or fiber .
Bino (alpha-galactosidase) generally works to digest the sugars that are present in many complex carbohydrates, such as raffinose, stachyose, and verbascose. Bino also works with sugars in the category of oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. Bino converts these sugars into simple sugars that are easily digested before food reaches the colon.
Gas is generated and stored in the colon, which is why Beano effectively prevents gas. Beano should be taken before eating foods that cause bloating, abdominal pain, bloating, and flatulence .
Bino is ineffective in treating any illness and ineffective in treating symptoms other than digestive symptoms. Beano should not be used to treat digestive symptoms that are the result of any physical condition or medical diagnosis.
A study published in the Scientific Journal of Digestive Disorders found that Bino was effective in reducing the severity of flatulence. This study also looked at the internal processes that Bino is working on, a mechanism called the release of hydrogen from respiration.
Respiratory hydrogen release is an internal gas produced by the digestion of foods such as beans and vegetables. This study also showed that Bino was effective in reducing the removal of hydrogen from the breath.
Possible side effects.
There are no known or documented common side effects associated with Beano. However, any drug can cause side effects in some people. An allergic reaction is very rare, but it can occur after taking Bino.
The active ingredient is extracted from mold in food, so some people may have an allergic reaction to mold. Symptoms of an allergic reaction may include a rash, hives, swollen and blistering skin, fever, trouble breathing, shortness of breath, and swelling of the mouth, face, lips, tongue, and / or throat.
If you are allergic to alpha galactosidase, you should not take Beano, as it is the main ingredient in the supplement. There are no other interactions or contraindications associated with Bino.
There is no evidence that Bino is unsafe for pregnant or lactating women. However, it is recommended that you consult your doctor before taking Beano.
Beano has not been tested in children, so you should check with your child's healthcare provider before giving them Beano. There were no comments or warnings about Bino.
If you have diabetes or a genetic disorder called galactosemia , you should not take Beano without first consulting your doctor. Both galactosemia and diabetes affect the way the body processes sugar. The main ingredient in beans breaks down indigestible sugar into easily digestible sugar, which affects blood glucose levels.
Prescription diabetes medications are designed to regulate blood glucose levels. When taking Bino for one of these conditions and / or taking diabetes medications , the two products can negatively interact with each other.
This interaction often affects blood glucose levels in an unsafe way, which can cause additional complications.
Dosage and preparation
Beano can be taken as a tablet (swallowed or chewed) or a tablet to dissolve. Bino should be taken just before eating problem foods, but this supplement is also effective when taken 30 minutes after a meal. Do not use it for cooking as heat degrades it and will not be effective .
Beano should be stored at room temperature away from excessive heat and humidity. Do not use if the expiration date has passed. In this case, you should consult with your pharmacist on how to dispose of the expired supplement.
The doses of this supplement were developed primarily to combat flatulence. Beano dosage for mild to moderate flatulence: 5 liquid drops per serving of problem foods. To account for the amount of food needed in your meal, each meal is assumed to contain approximately three servings of problem foods.
If you are using a Beano capsule or a chewable tablet, it is recommended that you take 1 tablet or capsule per serving of problem foods. It also uses an estimate for each meal that contains approximately three servings of problem foods.
Only 1 Meltaway tablet is needed per meal to be effective. Meltaway tablets are placed on the tongue and dissolve without the need to chew or swallow. Bean tablets can be sprinkled on food and eaten with food if desired. This does not affect the performance of the Beano.
What to look for
In general, it is recommended to take Beano in place of the primary enzyme alpha-galactosidase. If you have questions or concerns about which supplement is best for you, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
This product does not contain products of animal origin and is considered vegan. Beano contains a minimum amount of sodium of 5 milligrams (mg) per tablet and is largely considered a sodium-free product.
There is no difference in the effectiveness of liquid drops, oral capsules, or chewable tablets when taken as directed. All forms of Beano are effective in treating the symptoms of flatulence and bloating.
There are foods that contain other natural digestive enzymes , such as proteases, lipases, and amylases . These foods can help promote overall digestive health. However, alpha-galactosidase is not found naturally in any food.
Remember to take products with labels that say they treat or cure medical conditions and symptoms, as these statements (or statements about any additional products) have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Frequently asked questions
Is Bino safe?
Yes, Beano has been found to be safe for use in healthy adults and the elderly. Beano is not recommended for use in children or infants, and its use in pregnant women has not been evaluated.
What are the alternatives to Beano?
Most drug stores carry generic versions of Beano, as well as other over-the-counter gas preparations . You can ask your pharmacist to choose the best option for you.
What products does Bino work with?
Beans can help relieve gas and bloating caused by foods like beans, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, grains, cereals, nuts, seeds, and whole grains.