Benefits of Vitalzym®
Feel Great, Look Better, and Live Well
Vitalzym is specially engineered to help support:
Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts for chemical reactions. Whether breaking down foods or healing from injury, nearly every process in the human body involves chemical reactions.
Every cell in the body uses enzymes for building, maintenance, and repair. Enzymes are available in food, and the human body produces many enzymes on its own. However, the natural production of enzymes begins to decline as early as age 25. Joint pain, circulatory problems, slower healing, and an increase in disease incidence are all too common with people who are enzyme deficient and suffering the effects of aging.
Enzymes fall into two main categories: Systemic enzymes and Digestive enzymes. Some enzymes are made by your body; other enzymes are found naturally in certain foods or available as a supplement. Getting the right amount of enzymes in your body can help support digestion, optimal mobility and boost your immune system.
Vitalzym® Extra Strength contains a proprietary blend of systemic proteolytic enzymes designed to support your health and promote healing and repair.
There are several delivery methods of enzymes, referring to how the enzymes are manufactured, whether it is a powder inside a capsule, a tablet, or as an enteric coated capsule—which is the most effective, state of the art delivery system on the market today. Vitalzym's superior liquid enzymes in an solubilized enteric coated gel capsule provides the most effective systemic enzyme supplement available.
The solubilized liquid enzyme filled gel capsule used to enhance the absorption of Vitalzym, makes the delivery of enzymes to your body far more efficient than any other. The technology of liquid-filled capsules is superior to that of capsules filled with powder because it uses low heat production, provides more uniform dose distribution, and prolongs enzyme activity.
The capsule has an all-natural shell barrier that allows it to withstand the extremely low pH levels found in the stomach. Once introduced to the pancreatic juices in the duodenum (upper small intestine), the shell barrier breaks down to release the enzymes it contains. The enzymes are then absorbed into the bloodstream through the lining of the small intestine.