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NSC IMMUNITION SuperZymes (digestive enzymes)
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NSC Immunition SuperZyme Formula - 180 Tablets - Soothing Digestive Enzymes are yours in SuperZymes containing Amylase, Protease, Lipase, Pepsin, Pancreatin, Papain, Bromelain, Betaine Hydrochloride and Ox Bile Extract.
Modern diets lack digestive enzymes causing excess stomach acid to cause heartburn, indigestion, bloating, GERD, reflux and worse.
Use SuperZymes to contribute to proper acidity and digestion. Your delivery of nutrients and vitamins for energy and good health are dependent on sufficient enzymes that do not drain your endocrine glands, including the pancreas and adrenals.
Replace the damage of processed, microwaved and pasteurized foods or liquids now with SuperZymes! Caution: Do not take if ulcers are present or indicated. For more information and product details go to the commentaries page and Listen to Frank Jordan's brief Digestive Enzymes Commentary.
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SuperZymes Digestive Enzymes Formula Plus Betaine HCL and Ox Bile Extract! SuperZymes are Nutritional Digestive Enzymes to Promote Proper Digestion. Digestive Enzymes are destroyed in our Food by Production Methods, Microwaving, Processing and Pasteurizing.
Digestive enzymes are responsible for processing food, as well as absorption, delivery and metabolization to provide essential nutrients and vitamins. The body seeks to obtain the needed but lacking digestive enzymes in our foods by draining enzyme reserves in endocrine glands, creating a tremendous strain on the pancreas, adrenals, thyroid and pituitary glands which may contribute to adrenal fatigue and thyroid issues.
The deficient body also draws pancreatic enzymes in immune cells into the digestive process, when these immune cell enzymes are needed elsewhere to kill pathogens.
Due to inadequate digestive enzymes and poor chewing of food, our food is not even close to being broken down into very small particles as it should be when arriving in the stomach. Taking popular antacid products and drugs in many instances make the digestive problems worse. Why? Because we need to increase digestive enzymes instead of reducing acid levels to less than adequate for proper digestion.
Supplementing with Betaine hydrochloride (HCl), a natural and safe source of hydrochloric acid, restores proper acid levels needed in breaking down fats and proteins. Ox Bile Extract reduces excess acidity which promotes fungus overgrowth in the intestines while breaking down fiber (the exterior of yeast cells is comprised of fiber) and fats while emulsifying excess cholesterol.
If you are among the thousands who have had your gall bladder removed, Ox Bile is essential to supplement for this missing element in your digestive process which is essential for colon health and proper toxin removal from the body.
By daily supplementing with SuperZymes, you help yourself in correcting your personal digestive enzyme deficiency. Take SuperZymes digestive enzymes daily with meals to normalize digestion and increase energy, while promoting reduced digestive issues such as heartburn, reflux, gerd, gas and bloating.
A daily intake of a quality probiotic such as NSC PRO Probiotic to maintain balanced flora and good bacteria used in the digestive process also works with SuperZyme to enhance digestive well-being.
by Mary Laredo
(NewsTarget) Enzymes are molecules that act as catalysts for all chemical reactions within the body and are necessary to sustain life. There are two basic categories: digestive enzymes which work in the stomach breaking down food particles before their nutrients can be absorbed, and metabolic (or systemic) enzymes whose primary work begins in the bloodstream digesting foreign debris before traveling to bodily tissues to continue this and other functions.
A chronic deficiency of enzymes weakens the immune system, contributes to illness, and ultimately promotes diseases ... . Both enzyme types are produced in the body but are also present in raw foods and through oral supplementation. To achieve and maintain optimum health, an adequate supply of both forms is fundamental. There are twenty-two different types of enzymes produced in the body, primarily by the pancreas, and this production diminishes as we age (1). The three basic digestive enzymes are amylase, lipase, and protease which breakdown carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Additionally, cellulose and lactose break down fiber and dairy.
These enzymes work in the stomach during the period of pre-digestion; however, when food is cooked or processed its naturally occurring enzymes are destroyed. Consuming denatured food overburdens the body as it taps into its ever-decreasing enzyme supply in an effort to complete the pre-digestion process. When insufficient pre-digestion occurs, the body produces an excess amount of stomach acid trying to offset the imbalance. This contributes to acid reflux, heartburn, gas, bloating, and malnutrition (even in overweight individuals) due to incomplete digestion.
Partially digested proteins putrefy in the intestines forming toxic substances. Once these toxins enter the bloodstream, they weaken the immune system and contribute to many serious health conditions as they accumulate in tissues throughout the body.
Consuming raw food, reducing the amount of cooked and processed foods as much as possible, chewing food thoroughly to activate enzymes in saliva, plus regular supplementation of digestive enzymes with meals will help offset the ill effects of an enzyme deficiency. Enzyme-rich food ensures its complete digestion and leaves the body's supplies available for other processes. Complimenting the work of digestive enzymes are metabolic enzymes which facilitate virtually every chemical reaction and cellular function of the body, including cleansing the blood and reducing inflammation throughout the body, among many other vital bodily processes. A deficiency results when metabolic enzymes are diverted for digestion requirements.
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Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, Adults take 2 tablets after each meal or as directed by a health care professional. Once opened take as suggested until complete. Store in a cool dry place and away from direct light.
Serving Size: 2 tablets
Servings per Container: 90
Other Ingredients: Dicalcium phosphate, cellulose, vegetable stearin, fennel seed, peppermint leaf flavor, silica, magnesium stearate and food glaze with peppermint oil.* Daily Value not established * Daily Value not established.
CAUTION: Do not take if you suffer from gastric ulcers, gastritis or persistent abdominal pain. Not recommended for children under 12.
Contains No dairy, yeast, wheat, soy, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
USP Units are determined through standardized test outlined in the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP)
As with all dietary supplements, consult a physician before using.
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