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Broad Digestive Enzyme Support from Non-GMO Plant Based Enzymes
In the last 30 years, there has been a significant increase in gastrointestinal conditions among Americans.
This has coincided with changes in the foods we eat, which have become more and more processed over time. Many processed foods are treated with preservatives or use pasteurization to extend the shelf life. Unfortunately, these methods not only kill bacteria, they also kill enzymes.
Plus, we eat less enzyme rich raw and fresh foods. When food is cooked, most of these enzymes are killed or inactivated.
As a result, we consume less of the digestive enzymes the body needs to break down food so it can be properly absorbed. This alone may be a root cause of many stomach and intestinal problems.
Plus, undigested food particles may leak back into the bloodstream from the colon and contribute to toxicity and unwanted inflammation.
A properly made digestive enzyme supplement can provide an immediate boost to your ability to properly breakdown and absorb nutrients you eat - helping to promote better overall health.
TrueEZ-D™ is a broad spectrum and complete digestive enzyme formula designed to help with the digestion of a wide variety of foods and nutrients including proteins, fats, carbohydrates, dairy, and hard to digest foods like legumes, cruciferous vegetables and cereal grains.
TrueEZ-D™ helps relieve indigestion and boost nutrient absorption. It also neutralizes gas producing foods - reducing flatulence and bloating.
By their nature, enzymes are not stable. To make sure the enzymes remain stable and active, TrueEZ-D™ uses Specialty Enzymes patented BPPS™ system. BPPS™ helps assure that every TrueEZ-D™ capsule will be active and retain its original potency for the entire life cycle of the bottle. Plus each batch is lab tested to ensure you get the formulated professional strength potency.
The enzymes in TrueEZ-D™ are all from Non-GMO and non-animal sources. This product is completely suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
For best results, we recommend taking 1 to 2 capsules about 5 -10 minutes before each meal with a full glass of water (which helps make the enzymes soluble).
Premium Enzyme Manufacturer Ensures Greater Stability
Dietary Supplement / 90 Vegetarian Capsules
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 90
|Amount Per Serving|
BPPS™ Enhanced Delivery Technology
* Daily value (DV) not established.
Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose and cellulose (vegetarian capsule)
DigeSEB®, HemiSEB® and Peptizyme SP® are Registered Trademarks of Specialty Enzymes and Biotechnologies
Take one (1) capsule with each meal. You may take more than one capsule at a time, as needed, or as recommended by a healthcare professional.
TrueEZ-D™ is a complete digestive enzyme formula that helps break down proteins, carbohydrates, fats, dairy products and difficult-to-digest foods such as legumes, cruciferous vegetables and cereal grains. Contains Non-GMO enzymes suitable for vegetarians and vegans.†
Keep out of reach of children.
Store at 15-30° C (59-86° F).
Protect from heat, light and moisture.
Do not purchase if seal is broken.
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Assembled in the USA
- Guten Free
Manufactured for and Distributed by: NatureCity®
Boca Raton, FL 33487 www.naturecity.com
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