PROTEASE- INDIVIDUAL ENZYME

$29.95
Protease-Individual Enzyme
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Proteases refer to a group of enzymes whose catalytic function is to hydrolyze (breakdown) proteins. They are also called proteolytic enzymes or proteinases.

Proteolytic enzymes are very important in digestion as they breakdown the peptide bonds in the protein foods to liberate the amino acids needed by the body balance.

Undigested proteins can build up in the body and putrefy. These undigested proteins can lead to many unwanted and serious problems in the body.

It’s not only the food in your life, but the Liyf in your food!


**Product is best if used by 3 years past Date of Manufacture (D.O.M)**

Ingredients:

  • Protease- 700mg (350,000 HUT)
  • Acid Stable Protease- 400mg (800 SAPU)
  • Papain- 30mg (900,000 PU)
  • Bromelain- 20mg (48 GDU)
  • Puradyme Cofactor Whole Food Blend-100mg
    Quinoa Sprouts, Fennel Seed, Rose Hips (Rosa canina)(fruit),Orange, Broccoli, Bell Pepper, Carrot Root

Directions:

Take 4 Capsules daily with a full glass of purified water.

Do Not Use if Safety Seal is Broken
Store in Cool, Dry, Place, Best Refrigerated.


Keep Tightly Sealed

Q. How do each of these ingredients help me?


A. Protease/Acid Stable Protease: Work to convert protein into usable amino acids.

    Papain: Proteolytic enzyme that assists in inflammation reduction.

    Bromelain: Works to breakdown protein and aids in indigestion.

Enzyme Cofactor Whole Food Blend (featuring the following)

  • Quinoa Sprouts-Natural Source of amino acids
  • Fennel Seed- Targets the liver, spleen, and billiary bladder
  • Rose Hips- Natural Source of Vitamin C
  • Vitamins/Minerals- Enzyme Cofactors.

Q.What are Whole Food Vitamins?

A.   ABSOLUTELY NO SYNTHETICS!

Our vitamins, also known as enzyme cofactors, are derived from 100% whole food. Our whole food enzyme cofactors include: Quinoa Sprouts, Fennel Seed, Rose Hips, Orange, Broccoli, Bell Pepper, & Carrot. 

Q. What are the Capsules made out of?

A. Vegetable Cellulose