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Enzymes are living catalysts and the key to good digestion. Present in all whole live foods but destroyed by cooking and processing, digestive enzymes break down foods into nutrients your body can readily digest and utilize. The modern or Standard American Diet (SAD) is lacking in raw foods. Raw foods contain food enzymes that help in the digestive process. Since we do not eat enough raw foods, supplementation is a great way to get the enzymes you need for optimum digestion. The body produces two types of enzymes - metabolic and digestive. When

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Garden of Life

A long-time favorite in our own community of influencers and Thrive Market members, Garden of Life continues to innovate the supplement industry with products that take a different approach to good health: Opting to omit chemicals and unnatural ingredients in favor of formulas made from whole, nutrient-rich foods that are responsibly harvested and treated with care. The result? An exceptional line of probiotics, vitamins, protein powders, and more that work to support good health by harnessing the power of nature. Get to know the history behind
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Ingredients

Vegetable capsule (cellulose), magnesium stearate (vegetable source).

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Nutrition information

Serving Size:
1 Capsule
Servings Per
Container:
90
Amount per serving
% daily value
Ω-Zyme™ Ultra Enzyme Relay Blend
536 mg
Protein Digestive Enzymes
Dual-Protease Blend
80,000 HUT
Acid Function Protease
15 SAPU
Peptidase
2,000 HUT
Papain
280,000 FCCPU
Bromelain
225,000 FCCPU
Neut. Bacterial Protease
4,000 PC
Carbohydrate Digestive Enzymes
Xylanase
575 XU
Pectinase
16 endo - PGU
Cellulase
725 CU
Invertase
225 SU
Glucoamylase
50 AGU
alpha - Galactosidase
450 GALU
Amylase
25,000 DU
Fiber Digestive Blend
6 mg
Diastase
275 DP
Fat Digestive Enzymes
5,000 FIP
(Lipase)
Dairy Digestive Enzymes
53 mg
(Protease, Lactase)
Digestive Botanical Blend
25 mg
(Ginger (root) extract, Turmeric (root) extract)
Trace Mineral Blend
5 mg
(Ionic plant based minerals, Ionic ocean based minerals, Alfalfa)
† Daily Value Not Established

Consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product, especially if you know or suspect you have an ulcer, are pregnant, nursing, or under medical supervision.

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Best one I tried

Posted   by Svetlana from New York, New York
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I’ve been having digestive problems throughout my life and I’ve tried different enzymes and so far these are my favorite. My bloating and any pain go away when I take it. I don’t take it regularly but only when I know I’ve eaten something I probably shouldn’t have
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Prevents heartburn

Posted   by Cynthia from BEND, Oregon
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This is a great brand. I like to take with my evening meal it keeps me from getting heartburn
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Necessity

Posted   by Jane McCarty from LOUISVILLE, Kentucky
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I take one of these everyday before lunch and dinner. When I am doing improper food combining, I take up to 3 before a meal.
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Seem to work well

Posted   by Jennifer J
Seem to work well so far.
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Helpful

Posted   by Heather M
Definitely helps with digestion. I feel less discomfort after meals.
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Enzymes

Posted   by Lindsey R from Greenfield, Indiana