Genuine N Zimes Formula 10 by Lifestyle Enzymes
The original enzyme supplement.
Trying to eat right, taking vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements? Getting plenty of exercise but still feel constantly run down and rung out. Maybe the body is saying enough! A diet largely comprised of cooked/processed foods that lack enzymes and unhealthy lifestyles could be the problem. Even if we try to eat only fresh foods, the enzymatic levels of foods today are reduced by long term storage as well as pesticide treatments and other toxins in our soils, water and air. If we supplement our diets with microbial sourced digestive enzymes we may find that this is an excellent or most suitable solution for the temporary relief of these conditions.
Each vegetable capsule contains:
Amylase (100,000DU/g) - 3400DU
Protease (600,000HUT/g) - 9800HUT
Lipase (20,000LipU/g) - 36.1LipU
Cellulase (40,000CU/g) - 40CU
All ingredients used in Lifestyle Genuine N.Zimes are of vegetable origin. Free from gluten, soya and dairy.
Lifestyle Genuine N.Zimes Research
Taking supplemental enzymes appears to improve digestion and the absorption of nutrients, suggests new research recently commissioned by National Enzyme Company a US based enzyme manufacturer.
It found that glucose (an energy molecule) made available from digested carbohydrates was increased four fold in the healthy digestive system model and by seven times in a model for impaired digestion.
Proteins were twice as bioavailable in the impaired digestive model.
The findings provide scientific confirmation for the first time of the large amount of anecdotal evidence for the use of digestive enzymes. The company says the two extremes were tested because the digestive capabilities of most humans falls somewhere in between.
This research demonstrates that our supplier, National Enzyme Company fungal enzymes not only survive the acidity of the stomach but are also active in that harsh environment where most other types of enzymes are inactivated.
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 14 October, 2013.