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ProbioZyme 90 vcaps



  • Complete Digestive Enzymes Blend

    Vegetarian digestive enzymes combined with a clinically researched patented probiotic. Supports healthy digestive function in respect to protein, carbohydrate, fat, fiber and dairy synthesis.*

     This is the most comprehensive and potent blend of vegetarian digestive enzymes (containing 16 enzymes and combined with a non-dairy probiotic) available on the market. The formula is specifically designed to provide support for the digestion of protein, carbohydrate, fat, fiber and dairy. 

    Indications:

    1. Bloating
    2. Indigestion
    3. Weight Loss
    4. Acid Reflux
    5. Poor Digestion
    6. Nutrient Deficiencies
    7. Congested Liver, Fatty Liver.*

    It can initially be used with our comprehensive upper and lower bowel probiotic, PureBiotic.

    Specific special features include:

    • Proteases included in this formula provide optimal breakdown of protein across a wide pH range.*
    • Lipase promotes lipid breakdown*
    • Amylase and glucoamylase are included to stimulate polysaccharide breakdown of starch and glycogen.*
    • Alpha-galacotsidase promotes the breakdown of complex carbohydrates found in vegetables, grains and legumes.*
    • Invertase and lactase support digestion of carbohydrate disaccharides, including the dairy sugar lactose.*
    • Cellulase, hemicellulase, beta-glucanase and phytase support the breakdown of fiber. These enzymes break down cell wall components and phytic acid, promoting nutrient bioavailability of fiber rich foods.*
    • Bacillus Coagulans (GanedenBC30™) is an advanced encased, patented probiotic designed to continue to repopulate the intestines after PureBiotic is stopped.*

    Standard Dosage:  Take three capsules daily in divided doses with meals.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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