PoolzymeTM

Line of enzyme Blend Formulations studied to meet individual digestive needs.

Benefits

Enzymes are one of the most essential elements in our body. Their role is primarily to act as catalysts in speeding up specific, life-preserving chemical reactions in the body. Essentially, they help break down larger molecules into more easily absorbed particles that the body can use to survive. While healthy foods provide the foundation for optimal health and vitality, even the healthiest foods are of little use if they are not properly digested. As we age, normal digestion slows down, inhibiting our ability to process vital nutrients for use throughout the body. Moreover, poor dietary habits, fast foods, and excessive intake of fat and sugars, all require excessive amounts of enzymes to digest our foods. Nutritional enzymes such as protease, amylase, lactase, alpha galactosidase, lipase, papain and bromelain help break down foods into their constituent proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. The high potency digestive enzyme formulas found in PoolZyme™, are uniquely designed to support the digestion of specific food groups such as dairy, protein, gluten, fat and plant fibers.

Active: enzymes (vegetarian and fungal origin).

Extract Type: powder.

Recommended Dosage: our formulas are developed to offer maximal strength with 500-600 mg per dose.

Applications: tablets, hard shell capsules, powders

PoolZyme™ MULTI: full spectrum digestive formula.
PoolZyme™ DAIRY: dairy digestion formula (dairy sugar and dairy protein).
PoolZyme™ GLUTEN: breakdown of foods containing gluten.
PoolZyme™VEG: digestion of raw vegetables and plant fibers.
PoolZyme™ ACTIVE: digestion of protein from different sources including meat, eggs and other protein rich food.

Ups and features

  • Unique proprietary enzyme blends
  • Designed for specific digestive needs
  • Suitable for dietary supplement formulation
  • Units of activity and potency assured for each enzyme
  • 100% vegetarian and fungal origin
  • Formulated to perform in a wide pH range

Scientific evidence

Enzymes from fungi: their technology and uses. (Nielsen and OxenbØll 1998).

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