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Vitalzym Enteric Coated Liquid-filled gels - reformulated to be twice as strong as the original Vitalzym powdered capsules.
Vitalzym soft gels are the worldâ€™s leading all-natural, vegetarian systemic enzyme supplement. Vitalzymfeatures an unmatched proprietary blend that includes Serrapeptase, Bromelain, Papain, Rutin, Amylase, Protease, Lipase and Amla Extract.
Vitalzym is the only systemic enzyme on the market today boasting the revolutionary enteric-coated, liquid-gel delivery system. Unlike tablet- or powder-based products, Vitalzymâ€™s enteric-coated, liquid-gel system ensures that 100 percent of the enzymes survive the harsh acidic environment of the stomach and reach the small intestine, where they become available for absorption into the bloodstream and then are dispersed throughout the entire body.
What does this mean for you? Bottom line, youâ€™ll be enjoying a smaller, easy-to-swallow capsule, taking less capsules per each dose and less doses per day to receive maximum systemic support. Thanks to Vitalzymâ€™s advanced delivery system, superior potency, unrivaled absorption rates and reliable consistency, you wonâ€™t need to wait three months to see results. You should feel a difference within weeks, or even days!
Vitalzym is specially engineered to help support:
Immune system support
Joint function support
Anti-aging - overall health
And so much more!
We carry pharmaceutical strength reformulated VitalzymX! Please call to speak with our nutritionist 866-757-4500 ext. 705
Recommended Usage: As a Dietary Supplement take 3 gel capsules daily with water. Recommended usage is for most users. The dosage recommended by your healthcare professional may vary.
Warning: Do not take this product without the consent of your healthcare professional if you are currently taking anticoagulants. Discontinue use 2 weeks prior to surgery.
100% Non-GMO ingredients.
Store in a cool, dry place with lid tightly closed.
Keep out of reach of children.
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Find the Right Dose: When Vitalzym kicks in there will be no doubt in your mind that it is working! An activation dose is the amount of enzymes you need to begin to feel a benefit from the product. The recommended dosage given on the label is meant as a maintenance dose for those with minimal complaints. For more information on the benefits and uses of Vitalzym please contact our nutritionist directly.
Here are some FAQs:
What are enzymes? Enzymes are found in every cell of every living plant and animal, including humans. Enzymes are biocatalysts; which means that they either begin a reaction or cause a reaction to speed up. Without enzymes life would not exist.
How do enzymes work? Enzymes act as natural catalysts to boost chemical reactions in living organisms. Enzymes help many of the bodyâ€™s functions reach optimal productivity levels, such as digestion. Think of enzymes as individual springs that help launch chemical reactions into hyper-drive. Those reactions enable all functions of the body to run at optimal levels.
For most people under the age of 25, enzymes are sufficiently produced by the body to maintain optimal health. But as we age, our bodyâ€™s production of enzymes decreases.
What is a digestive enzyme? A digestive enzyme breaks down the proteins, fats and carbohydrates in food during the digestive process allowing the body to better utilize the food you eat.
What is a proteolytic enzyme? The proteolytic enzyme digests protein. Some examples of proteolytic enzymes are protease, serrapeptase, bromelain, and papain.
What is a lipase enzyme? Lipase enzymes digest fat.
What is an amylase enzyme? Amylase enzymes digest carbohydrates.
What is systemic enzyme therapy? Systemic enzyme therapy is utilizing enzyme supplementation to increase the enzymes throughout your body to assist in restoring the body to better health.
What is the recommended dosage of Vitalzym? The recommended dosage is to take 1-3 capsules, 1 to 3 times daily. Take capsules at least 30 minutes before a meal, 60 minutes after a meal or any time in-between meals. However, since each individual is different, a higher or lower dosage may be appropriate for each individual. It is important to understand each persons activation dosage.
How long before the Vitalzym takes effect? It may depend on the individual's physiological make-up. Everyone is different. Testimonials from some of our customers reported positive effects ranging from 3 days to 2 weeks. Taking the right activation dosage is critical to the success of the product.
Are there any side effects at all with Vitalzym? Some people are sensitive to an ingredients used in these sofgels and should avoid taking them. Most common reported side effects based on the use of Vitalzym may be stomach upset. You should not take this product without the consent of your physician if you are currently taking anti-coagulants, commonly known as blood thinners. Do not take if you have an ulcer or gastritis.
Are there any compatibility issues with other nutraceuticals? No. In fact, since vitamins are coenzymes and minerals are cofactors to enzymes, enzymes are needed in the body for them to be able to have their full effect. In addition, the vitamins and minerals assist the enzymes. Thus, systemic enzyme use enhances the effect of other supplementation programs.
Are there any compatibility issues with any prescribed drugs? Yes. Customers using anti-coagulants, or blood thinners, should not use Vitalzym without the consent of their physician. The enzymes enhance the effects of the blood thinning medications making them stronger.
Why do you call Vitalzym a vegetarian product? The enzymes used in Vitalzym are plant derived with no animal products (except beeswax). This allows everyone, including strict vegetarians, to take Vitalzym. Some enzyme products use ingredients that are derived from bovine (cows) or porcine (pigs).
How does World Nutrition grow their enzymes? Is the process ecologically safe? Does the process use any chemicals? The enzymes in Vitalzym come from two sources; the fruit enzymes along with the Amla and Rutin are from fruit grown in organic plantations, and the protease and serrapeptase are lab grown in a protein (fungus) medium. The enzymes are then extracted from the medium so that not a trace of fungus is left on the enzyme and the purity is assured.
What is serrapeptase and where does it come from? Serrapeptase is a powerful proteolytic enzyme. Serrapeptase is laboratory grown.
Does weather affect your product? Exposure to heat over 150 for an extended period of time can destroy the enzymes. Store your Vitalzym in a cool, dry place, with the lid of the bottle tightly closed.
Where is Vitlzym made? World Nutrition uses ingredients from the purest sources. Vitalzym is manufactured at World Nutrition's facility in Phoenix, AZ.
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