PurEnzymeNPN 00454435

Promotes Good Digestive Health and Alleviates Gastro Intestinal Problems.

Helps prevent:
– Flatulence
– Constipation
– Indigestion
– Heartburn
– Lactose Intolerance

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PurEnzyme replaces the enzymes lost during the cooking and processing of food, and improves digestion to reduce gastrointestinal discomfort after eating.

PurEnzyme Supports Good Digestive Health.

Enzymes are vital to the digestive process. Their absence can lead to many problems, including: indigestion, constipation, GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease), bloating, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, pancreatitis, colitis, ulcers, and even lactose and gluten intolerance.

Who Needs PurEnzyme?

How do you feel after you finish a meal? Light and energetic or heavy, bloated and tired? If you fall into the latter category, you are not alone. Some 30% (9.5 million) of Canadians suffer from gastrointestinal (GI) problems, 3 million suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and 1 in 5 is lactose intolerant.

Gastrointestinal problems cost the health care system more than $8 billion per year, and are among the top 3 reasons that Canadians visit their doctors. What’s more, Canadians spend $670 million per year for medicines to treat ailments associated with gastroesophageal reflux.


75 Capsules

How is PurEnzyme taken?

PurEnzyme is a multi-enzyme complex that provides digestive help for all food categories. For maximum benefit, it is best taken before a meal. PurEnzyme can also be taken after a meal, but its effectiveness will be reduced. You can take it in capsule form or break the capsules and sprinkle the contents on your food or directly on your tongue.

The dosage will vary depending on the size of the person and the type of food taken at each meal—for example, light meals with raw vegetables will require less PurEnzyme than a heavy meal consisting of meat, starches and dessert. Generally, 1 to 2 capsules before an average meal is sufficient. A maximum of 9 capsules can be taken daily, if necessary.

Note that in some rare cases, taking enzymes might temporarily increase stomach upset. If this happens to you, you can reduce the amount of PurEnzyme and then gradually increase it as your body adjusts to taking enzymes.

If you suffer from Gastrointestinal problems, Purenzyme may be the answer. By restoring the enzymes in your body, you can restore the health of your digestive system and fully enjoy eating again.


The Role of Enzymes in Preventing Gastrointestinal Problems.

Enzymes are proteins that break down other proteins, carbohydrates, and fat into smaller particles to assist with nutrient absorption.

Enzymes are produced in the body and are present in raw foods, but they cannot withstand the heat from processing and cooking foods. After being exposed to high temperatures, food will be depleted of the enzymes necessary for healthy digestion. Without these enzymes, two problems can occur:

Your stomach still produces the acid to help in the pre-digestion process, but the absence of enzymes tells your brain that the food is undigested. Your body then tries to compensate for the lack of enzymes by producing more acid, which can lead to heartburn and acid reflux.

Eventually, the partially digested food is pushed down to the small intestine but without enough enzymes, the small intestines cannot break down the food sufficiently, resulting in undigested food entering the colon. Bacteria in the colon feed off of this food and start fermenting and putrefying the food, producing gas and toxins that can leave people feeling uncomfortable, bloated, constipated and even sick.

Enzymes aid in digestion by putting back into your food what cooking and processing has taken away.

PurEnzyme includes 3 types of enzymes to break down the 3 food types:

1. Polysaccharolytic enzymes help to digest carbohydrates.
2. Proteolytic enzymes break down protein.
3. Lipolytic enzymes digest fats.