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Support a Healthy Digestive System1
Enzygen® Plus combines a proprietary enzyme blend with blue algae and CereCalase to provide comprehensive aid in the breakdown of fats, carbohydrates, and protein, to promote proper digestion.
Our bodies need proper levels of active enzymes in order to conduct a variety of tasks, including digestion. While enzymes occur naturally in our bodies and in plants, they can be destroyed by pesticides, pollution, processes used to cook or irradiate foods, and chemical additives. Enzygen® Plus supplements your enzyme supply to help your body break down fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. Enzymes convert foods to useful nutrients, and complete proper digestion.
Enzymes are natural substances created in plant, animal and human cells, and they play a vital role in digestion. There are more than 2,700 identified enzymes in the human body, and each affects a unique chemical reaction. The body relies on properly functioning enzymes to assist with breathing, digestion, growth, blood coagulation, sensory perception, reproduction, and other functions.
Enzygen® Plus contains a wide variety of enzymes and other ingredients that may aid digestion by breaking down food in the digestive system, stimulating the release of essential nutrients from food.1
Take one capsule three times daily with food.
Enzygen® Plus is generally well tolerated. As with any dietary supplement, some gastrointestinal discomfort may be experienced.
Available in capsules.
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