Heatlh benefits of enzymes used in ZyMate are listed below:
- Resistant to swelling and redness
- Helps in supportive therapy of cancer
- Reduces aging effects
Proteases [Acid Protease and Neutral Protease]
- Helps in reducing inflammatory bowel disease
- Helps in skin burns and stomach ulcers
- Reduces sprains, slow down or stop irritation and assist in sports-Related Injuries
- Helps in maintaining gut microflora
- Protease enzymes help to cleanse organic debris out of our circulatory and lymph system.
- Enhances digestive health
- Improve digestion and maintain essential level of lipases at old age
- May improve symptoms of Celiac disease o Enhances immune function
- Enhances absorption of vitamins and minerals from food
- Helps in fat digestion and weight control
- Lactose Intolerance
- Reduction of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Reduces symptoms of flatulence and bloating and Irritation in the Digestive Tract
- Helps in maintaining cholesterol level in blood streams
- Assist in energy-sustaining blood sugar at optimal levels.
- Natural Immune Booster
- Antioxidant Support
- Protects from ulcers
- Reduces respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, asthma and allergies
- Preventative and support mechanism for digestive complaints in autism spectrum disorders
- Provide support to patients with chronic diarrhea
- Assist in congenital digestive conditions
- Promotes growth and health of Intestinal microflora
- Provides fuel for colon lining
- Improves digestibility and absorption of plant-Foods
- Enhances mineral absorption and bioavailability
- Reduces phytic acid in the human body
- Reduces mineral deficiency
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