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VeganZyme is the most advanced, full-spectrum, systemic and digestive enzyme supplement in the world. It contains the broadest spectrum of vegetarian-based enzymes available anywhere. Completely toxin-free, this formula helps your body digest fats, sugars, proteins, carbohydrates, gluten, fruits and vegetables, cereals, legumes, bran, nuts and seeds, soy, dairy and other foods. VeganZyme also provides systemic enzymes to help your body break down and expel mucus and toxins.
Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, NP
"For years, I've used digestive and systemic enzyme formulas to enhance my own health and that of my patients. However, I always had to use two or three products. I was never able to find a complete, vegan-friendly formula that contained all the enzymes I wanted. This prompted a four year journey to develop the most advanced, all-in-one, full-spectrum, digestive and systemic enzyme formula that was vegetarian and vegan friendly -- no animal sources."
"This wasn't easy and it took over a year to create and source the perfect formula. One challenge was including glucose oxidase, an enzyme that converts sugar into hydrogen peroxide (bees secrete it into honey for indefinite preservation). In fact, Global Healing Center is the first company in the world to offer this enzyme."
"The world's leading enzyme manufacturers were shocked at the cost of the comprehensive formula but, unlike other manufacturers whose only concern is low costs and high margins, our number one priority is quality. We produce the best products possible and we're proud to say that VeganZyme, the most complete, full-spectrum enzyme formula in the world."
-Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, NP
Enzymes are necessary for digestion and nutrient absorption and, unfortunately, your body produces less as you age. VeganZyme fills the gaps to enhance digestion and increase the nutritional value of food. May also help reduce bloating, gas or indigestion from food sensitivities.
Systemic enzymes are to your body what oil is to your car's engine -- lubrication that keeps the machine moving smoothly. Think of them as power-ups for your body's natural processes that promote functional balance.
VeganZyme is the most complete digestive and systemic enzyme blend available anywhere, and it's totally vegan-friendly!
VeganZyme is formulated by Dr. Edward Group and produced here in the United States. Completely void of toxic additives, VeganZyme is the most premium enzyme supplement available. No other product can compare.
Enzyme efficacy has been recognized by the International Journal of Oncology, Lancet, Digestive Diseases and Sciences, Digestion, International Journal of Immunotherapy, American Journal of Digestive Disease and Nutrition, and others.
We are sure you will see and feel the health benefiting results of enzyme supplementation with VeganZyme.
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1. Why do I need enzymes? Enzymes are responsible for constructing, synthesizing, carrying, dispensing, delivering, and eliminating the ingredients and chemicals our body uses. Digestive enzymes break down food to release nutrients for energy production, cell growth, and repair. Systemic enzymes support the body's processes.
2. Does food contain enzymes? Raw, live foods contain enzymes; cooked and processed foods are void of enzymes. A digestive enzyme supplement enhances digestion to get the full nutritional value of food.
3. Are enzymes harmful? Not at all! As active protein molecules, enzymes do not accumulate in the body.
Take 2 capsules twice daily with water. For digestive support, take at beginning of meal. For systemic support, take at least 2 hours before or after a meal.
Keep out of reach of children. Consult your healthcare provider if pregnant, nursing, taking blood thinners, or for any additional concerns.
Digestive enzymes, such as amylase, protease and lipase break down foods into smaller components that are more easily absorbed. Enzymes are secreted throughout the digestive tract. Beginning in the mouth, starches and fats break down as they are chewed and mixed with saliva, which contains amylase (ptyalin) and lingual lipase. Once swallowed, it travels to the stomach where protease pepsin begins to break down protein into smaller peptides and amino acids. This mixture is transferred to the first part of the small intestine. A number of proteases (trypsinogen and chymotrypsinogen, for example) are released with pancreatic lipase and amylase from the pancreas in their inactive forms into the small intestine where they are activated.
Systemic enzymes help other processes in the body and control swelling, reduce fibrin (a blood-clotting factor) levels, thin mucus, support cardiovascular and joint health, and more. Systemic enzymes have been used in many types of therapy and it has been suggested that enzyme supplementation is probably beneficial for most people.
Yes. VeganZyme is appropriate for everyone.
FCC stands for Food and Chemical Codex. This codex standardizes the activity units of enzymes for easy comparison. Historically, enzymes have been measured using different units at the discretion of the manufacturer or scientist measuring activity. There is now an attempt within the nutraceutical industry to use standardized measurements so that materials are comparable from product to product and between suppliers.
Compounding this problem is the fact that there are often many grades of raw materials available from raw material suppliers, meaning that you must multiply the activity per gram of the particular enzyme by the weight of the amount that is used per serving in order to calculate the activity of the amount that you are ingesting. This can be listed in different ways on supplement labels, so it is important to make sure you understand what you're getting. The VeganZyme label indicates the activity per serving for ease of use.
If you are trying to compare a number of different products that use different units of activity, it may not be possible since they may measure completely different actions for which there is no equivalency.
Research has shown that older people and people with chronic disease have fewer enzymes in their saliva, urine, and tissue. Enzymes are essential and if your enzyme levels are dropping, supplemental digestive enzymes can help improve your health and bring your systems into balance.
Yes, VeganZyme is safe for infants, toddlers, and young children.
In most cases, digestive enzymes can safely be taken with medications. However, discuss with your healthcare provider. Prescription blood thinning agents are one item of caution and absolutely require a consultation with your physician before beginning an enzyme regimen.
No. Hormones, not enzymes, control the secretion of enzymes.
Wobenzyme N is a popular enzyme formula containing 5 essential enzymes: pancreatin, papain, bromelain, trypsin, chymotrypsin. It is a well respected enzyme formula; however,it is made with animal-derived enzymes that have a relatively narrow pH range, meaning that there is less potential for enzyme activity across the spectrum. Additionally, it does not contain the wide range of proteases, cellulases, and other enzymes like glucose oxidase in VeganZyme, so you cannot use it as either as a systemic or digestive enzyme blend.
Wobenzyme is not suitable for vegetarians. It also contains toxic compounds such as silica, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose and possibly the pH resistant enteric coat. VeganZyme contains no harmful by-products.
Many digestive and systemic enzyme supplements contain animal sourced enzymes, usually pancreatic tissue from pigs. Many people prefer vegetarian supplements which tend to produce more digestive and systemic activity than animal enzyme supplements.
Vegetarian enzyme supplements are active over a broad pH range and start working almost immediately after consumption. They are also produced in a controlled environment without toxic chemicals or ingredients. Animal enzyme supplements are obtained from slaughterhouse pigs, which may have been given vaccinations, hormones, GMO food, steroids, antibiotics and other harmful substances.