nzymes are known as the sparks of life as they play a catalytic role in all of our body’s biochemical activities. Enzymes help us to digest our food, stimulate the brain, and provide energy at the cellular level. We can not live without enzymes. While we do get enzymes from the foods we eat, many of us do not get sufficient quantities, resulting in indigestion and poor nutrient absorption. Health First’s PrimeZyme is an excellent basic full spectrum digestive enzyme complex that can help us break down protein, fat, carbohydrates, fiber and milk sugar more effectively. Betaine HCL has been added to assist the digestive environment, especially in seniors who tend to be low in stomach acid. PrimeZyme should be taken before meals with water. All of the enzymes in PrimeZyme are either plant or bacterial based, not animal based.
Free from: artificial flavours, artificial colours, gluten, wheat, lactose, dairy, preservatives, soy, added sugar, yeast and GMO materials.
- Helps digest proteins
- Helps reduce gas production/flatulence following a meal rich in fermentable carbohydrates (such as vegetables, pulses/legumes/beans and whole grains).
Each capsule contains: Protease (Fungal protease, Aspergillus flavus var. oryzae – whole) – 14,850 FCC HUT; Lipase (Triacylglycerol lipase, Apergillus niger – whole) – 297 FFC LU; Alpha-amylase (Aspergillus flavus var. oryzae – whole) – 5940 FCC DU; Cellulase (Trichoderma reesel – whole) – 120 FCC CU; Lactase (Aspergillus flavus var. oryzae – whole) – 75 FCC ALU; Bromelain (Stem bromelain, Ananas comosus var. comosus – stem)33,750 FCC PU; Alpha-Galactosidase (Aspergillus niger – whole) – 50 FCC GaIU; Betaine Hydrochloride – 50 mg.
Microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate and capsule shell (from bovine gelatin and purified water).
Adults (19 years and older): Take one capsule with a meal daily or as advised by your health care practitioner. Swallow whole/do not crush or chew. Take with the first bite of food/meal.
Recommended duration of use: Up to 12 weeks. For prolonged use, consult a health care practitioner.