Total Systemic Enzyme
Digestive Enzyme Supplement
This digestive enzyme is specifically designed to aid in the digestion of all foods, including proteins, carbohydrates, starches, fats, fibers and all forms of sugars.
This digestive and systemic enzyme is specifically formulated to aid in the digestion of all foods including proteins, carbohydrates, starches, fats, fibers and all forms of sugars. Everyone’s ultimate goal should be to get the foods they eat broken down into their smallest components for absorption of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.
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Recommended usage: Two (2) capsules with each meal to aid in digestion or two (2) on an empty stomach for systemic use.
Storage: Keep tightly closed in a cool dry place in the original container. Do not expose to excessive heat. 180 Plant Cellulose Capsules
2010 - present
2010 - present
Protease: Breaks down proteins.
Amylase: Breaks down starches, carbohydrates, and some sugars.
Lipase: Breaks down fats.
Cellulase: Breaks down soluble dietary fibers.
Sucrase: Breaks down cane and beet sugar.
Maltase: Breaks down malt or grain sugar.
Lactase: Breaks down milk sugar.
Kelp: A rich source of vitamins, especially B vitamins, approximately 30 major minerals, and trace elements.
Coral Calcium: Calcium is the main component of teeth and bones. It is required for absorption of B-12. Aids in manufacture of acetylcholine, which helps transmit nerve impulses. Provides energy and structures protein of RNA and DNA.
Magnesium Citrate: A magnesium rich citric acid salt.
Zinc Gluconate: A mineral sometimes referred to as chelated Zinc, which is the recommended form of Zinc concerning absorption.
Manganese Gluconate: A mineral sometimes referred to as chelated Manganese, which is the recommended form of manganese for absorption. Manganese is needed for normal bone growth and nerve functioning.
72 Trace Minerals: Trace minerals are usually found at extraordinarily small levels in our bodies, in the parts per million range. In spite of the relatively low concentrations of these minerals, scientists are discovering that they play an increasingly vital role in our health.