Heatlh benefits of enzymes used in ZyMate are listed below:

Amylases

  • 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

Lipases

  • 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

Lactases

  • Lactose Intolerance
  • Reduction of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Reduces symptoms of flatulence and bloating and Irritation in the Digestive Tract

Cellulases

  • Helps in maintaining cholesterol level in blood streams
  • Assist in energy-sustaining blood sugar at optimal levels.

Invertases

  • Natural Immune Booster
  • Antioxidant Support
  • Protects from ulcers
  • Reduces respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, asthma and allergies

Maltases

  • Preventative and support mechanism for digestive complaints in autism spectrum disorders
  • Provide support to patients with chronic diarrhea
  • Assist in congenital digestive conditions

Pectinases

  • Promotes growth and health of Intestinal microflora
  • Provides fuel for colon lining
  • Improves digestibility and absorption of plant-Foods

Phytates

  • Enhances mineral absorption and bioavailability
  • Reduces phytic acid in the human body
  • Reduces mineral deficiency

Further Reading

Akhtar, N.M., Naseer, R., Farooqi, A.Z., Aziz, W., Nazir, M. 2004. Oral enzyme combination versus diclofenac in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee–a double-blind prospective randomized study. Clinical rheumatology, 23(5), 410-415.

Bonilla, F., Mirete, J., Cuesta, A., Sillero, C., Gonzalez, M. 1999. Treatment of gastric phytobezoars with cellulase. Revista espanola de enfermedades digestivas: organo oficial de la Sociedad Espanola de Patologia Digestiva, 91(12), 809-814.

Brownie, S. 2006. Why are elderly individuals at risk of nutritional deficiency? International journal of nursing practice, 12(2), 110-118.
Dušková, M., Wald, M. 1999. Orally administered proteases in aesthetic surgery. Aesthetic plastic surgery, 23(1), 41-44.

Greenberg, R.E., Holt, P.R. 1986. Influence of aging upon pancreatic digestive enzymes. Digestive diseases and sciences, 31(9), 970-977.
Holt, P.R. 2007. Intestinal malabsorption in the elderly. Digestive Diseases, 25(2), 144-150.

Kamenicek, V., Holan, P., Franĕk, P. 2000. [Systemic enzyme therapy in the treatment and prevention of post-traumatic and postoperative swelling]. Acta chirurgiae orthopaedicae et traumatologiae Cechoslovaca, 68(1), 45-49.

Klein, G., Kullich, W., Schnitker, J., Schwann, H. 2006. Efficacy and tolerance of an oral enzyme combination in painful osteoarthritis of the hip. A double-blind, randomised study comparing oral enzymes with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Clinical and experimental rheumatology, 24(1), 25.

Leipner, J., Saller, R. 2000. Systemic enzyme therapy in oncology. Drugs, 59(4), 769-780.

Morley, J.E. 2007. The aging gut: physiology. Clinics in geriatric medicine, 23(4), 757-767.

Stauder, G. 1995. Pharmacological effects of oral enzyme combinations. Casopis lekaru ceskych, 134(19), 620-624.

Stauder, G., Ransberger, K., Streichhan, P., Van Schaik, W., Pollinger, W. 1987. The use of hydrolytic enzymes as adjuvant therapy in AIDS/ARC/LAS patients. Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy= Biomedecine & pharmacotherapie, 42(1), 31-34.

Suarez, F., Levitt, M.D., Adshead, J., Barkin, J.S. 1999. Pancreatic supplements reduce symptomatic response of healthy subjects to a high fat meal. Digestive diseases and sciences, 44(7), 1317-1321.

Tiscornia, O.M., Cresta, M.A., de Lehmann, E.S., Celener, D., Dreiling, D.A. 1986. Effects of sex and age on pancreatic secretion. International Journal of Pancreatology, 1(2), 95-118.

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