comprehensive digestive enzyme supplement that helps support
the immune and digestive systems, and may help relieve
pain, inflammation for people and pets!
Take 3 tablets twice daily before meals or as otherwise
directed by your health care provider.
Manufactured and Packaged in the U.S.A
Enzyme Function and Why They Are Needed
Many people have not heard of enzymes and the broad
range of benefits they provide. Maybe with ongoing
studies and research of enzymes, the public eye can be
opened to a whole new way of supplementation. Even
though enzymes are in food and animal sources, most
people and pets donít get enough in their diet because
enzymes are very heat sensitive. During the cooking
process, the heat may rob the source of the properties
Enzymes can help in areas from food digestion, quicker
healing processes, and inflammation due to arthritis and
The more common type animal based enzymes focus on food
digestion, but they all have their specific roles.
Pancreatin has shown to help secretion levels within
the pancreas and is responsible for releasing insulin
for blood sugar regulation and the necessary digestive
enzymes for breaking down proteins and carbohydrates.
Pancreatin is made up of a combination of other
enzymes. Some of these enzymes include Trypsin,
Chymotrypsin, Amylase and Lipase.
Trypsin can break down proteins, can help with
the healing of ulcers, infected wounds, old scars,
circulatory problems and may have the ability to speed
healing of post operative swelling.
Chymotrypsin breaks down proteins for better
absorption into the blood, helps fight osteoarthritis
and traumatic arthritis and can help subside
inflammation and swelling from soft tissue injuries such
as contusions, infection, sprains, and sports injuries.
Amylase breaks down polysaccharides and
oligosaccharides affiliated with carbohydrates.
Lipase breaks down lipids, improves fat digestion
from lipid malabsorbtion associated with liver and gall
bladder maladies, decreases fat levels in stool and
intensifies lipid activity in blood.
Food based enzymes have shown to have a broader range of
abilities. Pineapple stem is the main source of
Bromelain, which is historically shown to break down
protein and have anti-inflammatory properties for minor
injuries. Bromelain coupled with Trypsin
has shown to reduce swelling due to urinary tract
infections. Bromelain has also been shown to
alleviate symptoms of arthritis.
Papain, another fruit enzyme may have the
capabilities to treat chronic diarrhea and help
alleviate discomfort due to gastrointestinal parasites.
Papa in has shown promise as a sedative and diuretic. It
has also historically shown to fight allergies, soft
tissue injuries with inflammation and infections.
Lysozyme is an enzyme with is an enzyme with both
animal and food sources. It has been shown to have the
capacity to break down carbohydrates, possess antibiotic
properties and stimulate immune activity. Remarkably,
Lysozyme has shown evidence of fighting viral
infections and breaking down mucus.
Supplements can be united with enzymes to boost their
potential. Rutin, a bioflavonoid, may maintain
the strength of capillaries, which in turn may help in
minor injuries relieving pain and bruising.
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effect of proteolytic enzyme containing bromelain and
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16. Hendler, S.S. MD, PHD, The Doctorís Vitamin and
Mineral Encyclopedia, Simon & Schuster, 1991, pg.68.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure,
or prevent any disease.