Global Healing VeganZyme Enzymes

Global HealingArtnr: 10629


Global Healing VeganZyme Enzymes

Global Healing Artnr: 10629

VeganZyme is an advanced supplement of digestive enzymes and systemic enzymes. It contains a wide range of vegetarian enzymes and is completely free of additives. Can be taken with a meal or between meals on an empty stomach for systemic support. Glass jar with 120 capsules that lasts for a month with 4 capsules a day. Learn more


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VeganZyme is an advanced supplement of digestive enzymes and systemic enzymes. It contains a very wide range of vegetarian enzymes and is completely free of additives. Digestive enzymes help digest and break down food. Systemic enzymes are popular with both health enthusiasts and athletes worldwide for their health benefits.

Benefits of Veganzyme:

Does not contain additives, preservatives or fillers.
No animal experiments have been used in the development of the product.

Dosage adults: 2 capsules 1-2 times a day with a meal.

1. To aid digestion, take enzymes with meals with the first bite of food.
For systemic support, take at least 30 minutes before or 2 hours after a meal with a glass of water.

Note: Keep out of reach of children. Not for children, pregnant or breastfeeding. The recommended dose should not be exceeded. Dietary supplements should not be used as an alternative to a varied diet.

Content per 2 capsules: 1000 mg enzymes.

Ingredients: Amylase, Protease, Lipase, Papain, Hemicellulase, Serrapeptase (Serrapeptidase), Invertase, Nattokinase, Alpha galactosidase, Catalase, Lactase, Pectinase, Bromelain, Glucoamylase, Glucose oxidase, Lactase, Cellulase, Phytase, Maltas, Betaglucanase, Xylanase, vegetable capsule (cellulose), organic acacia gum (prebiotic), organic rice husk, trace minerals.

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Contents: Glass jar with 120 capsules that lasts for 30-60 days depending on dosage.

About the ingredients:

Protease: Protease breaks down proteins and gluten. This is a protease mixture derived from the fermentation of three microbial organisms. It is a mixture of acidic, neutral and alkaline proteases that provide activity over the entire pH range of the gastrointestinal system (active from pH 2.5 to 9.0). DPPIV is a mixture of different proteases (enzymes that break down protein) that mimic the body’s own natural DPPIV enzymes. In digestion, protease breaks down protein into smaller polypeptides and free amino acids.

Amylase: Amylase breaks down starch and is derived from Aspergillus oryzae. This is an alpha amylase enzyme produced by fermentation of the fungal organism Aspergillus oryzae. Alpha-amylase is an endoamylase that breaks down starch and glycogen into dextrin, glucose and maltose. Rice and potatoes contain the highest levels of starch.

Lactase: Lactase breaks down lactose (milk sugar) and is derived from Aspergillus oryzae. Moons are lactose intolerant. Lactase is designed to break down milk sugar, called lactose, into its constituents, glucose and galactose.

Cellulas 1 & 2: Cellulas break down cellulose (fruits and vegetables), and are derived from Trichoderma reesei and Bacillus licheniformis. Each plant cell is surrounded by a non-living complex, called a cell wall. A major component of cell walls is a complex carbohydrate, cellulose.

Malta: Malta breaks down maltose (cereals, legumes and barley), and is derived from Aspergillus oryzae. Maltase is an exo-carbohydrate enzyme that acts only on the non-reducing end of starch.

Hemicellulas: Hemicellulas break down hemicellulose (fruits, vegetables and grains), and are derived from Trichoderma reesei. Hemicellulose is another important component in the cell wall of plants.

Xylanase: Xylanase breaks down xylose (high-fiber foods and grains), and is derived from Trichoderma reesei. Xylanase is a special type of hemicellulase.

Beta-glucanase: Beta-glucanase breaks down beta-glucan (high-fiber foods, grains and grains), and is derived from Trichoderma reesei. The grains, wheat, barley and rye, contain beta-glucan which is a kind of carbohydrate.

Serrapeptase: Serrapeptase breaks down fibrin, and is derived from Serratia marcescens. Serrapeptase is mainly used as a systemic enzyme.

Nattokinase: Nattokinase breaks down fibrin and is derived from Bacillus natto or Bacillus subtilis natto. The organism that produces nattokinase was originally discovered in fermented soy foods called natto. Nattokinase is a powerful proteolytic enzyme.

Bromelain: Bromelain breaks down protein and is derived from pineapple. Bromelain is an extract from the stem or juice of pineapple.

Papain: Papain breaks down protein and is derived from papaya. Papain is an extract from immature papaya, Carica papaya. Papain shows both exoprotease and endoprotease activity with a wide pH range.

Alpha galactosidase: Alpha galactosidase breaks down complex carbohydrates found in, for example, grains and legumes. Undigested complex carbohydrates like these can result in stomach upset, gas and bloating.

Lipase: Lipase breaks down fats and oils. Lipase is a lipolytic enzyme produced by fermentation. Lipase catalyzes the hydrolysis of fats and oils, which provide monoglycerides, diglycerides, glycerol and free fatty acids. It has a broad substrate specificity on fats and oils of vegetable.

Catalase: An antioxidant enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen. Hydrogen peroxide is a by-product of cell metabolism.

Invertas: Invertas breaks down sucrose and sugar, and is derived from Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Invertase is another carbohydrate enzyme that breaks down sucrose (common sugar) into its constituents, glucose and fructose.

Pectinase: Pectinase breaks down pectin and dietary fiber. In plant cells, pectin consists of a complex set of polysaccharides found in most primary cell walls and is particularly abundant in non-woody plant parts, especially fruits and vegetables. Pectinase selectively degrades and depolymerizes naturally occurring pectin.

Phytase: Phytase breaks down seeds, corn, soy and nuts. Phytase is an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of phytic acid (myoinositol hexakisphosphate), an indigestible organic molecule that contains six phosphate molecules.

Glucose oxidase: Glucose oxidase is an oxidoreductase enzyme. That is, an enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of electrons from one molecule to another.

Manufacturer: Global Healing, USA.


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