- Comprehensive combination of plant-sourced enzymes, whole foods rich in enzymes, and brush border enzymes
- Boosts nutrient absorption and aids digestion
- Supports the digestion of proteins, fats and complex carbohydrates found in today's processed foods
- Eases occasional gas, bloating and constipation
Boost Nutrient Absorption and Ease Digestive Discomfort
Advanced Enzyme System 10 plant-sourced enzymes support the digestion of fats, proteins and complex carbohydrates often found in today's processed foods. This potent enzyme blend includes amylase to break down complex carbohydrates, starches and sugars; Lipase to break down fats found in many dairy products, nuts, oils, and meats; Protease to break down the protein in foods like meat, nuts, eggs, and cheese; Invertase to break down sucrose, or table sugar; Cellulase to break down the fiber in grains and vegetables; and Lactase to break down lactose
Whether you need daily support for a more balanced digestive system, or additional support to address occasional digestive complaints, Advanced Enzyme System can help keep your digestive system running smoothly and comfortably.
Wholesome Food-Based Easy-to-Digest Formula
The formula enzyme-rich foods, such as green papaya and apple pectin, ease digestive discomfort. And, the peppermint, ginger, and fennel promote digestion and provide support for occasional gas, bloating and constipation.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 90|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|Plant-Source Enzymes||86 mg||*|
|Digestive Food & Herb Blend||135 mg||*|
|Green Papaya||30 mg||*|
|Apple Pectin||30 mg||*|
|Ginger [rhizome]||20 mg||*|
|Turmeric [rhizome]||15 mg||*|
|Fennel [seed]||15 mg||*|
|Sea Vegetable Complex |
|Peppermint [herb]||10 mg||*|
|*Daily Value (DV) not established. |
The assay methods used to determine the units of activity are the exact methods and procedures as defined in the Food Chemical Codex. They should not be compared to other assay methods used for animal or pancreatic enzymes, or products that simply use weight measurements.
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