- Protease Blend – Aids in the digestion of Proteins; supports the digestion of proteins for reduced risk of food sensitivities, toxins, and free radicals.
- Lipase – Aids in the digestion of Fat; encourages a more complete digestion of fats and lipids to support pancreas, liver, and gallbladder health and wellness.
- Polysaccharolytic Blend – Aids in the digestion of Carbohydrates; support the digestion of carbohydrates for reduced food intolerances and relief from occasional indigestion and gas.
Does Not Contain: Gluten, grain, MSG, soy, yeast, dairy, GMOs, fillers, preservatives, synthetics, or other hidden ingredients. It is 100% plant sourced and safe for vegetarians.
(Protease and peptidase) (55,131 HUT + 11 SAPU)
How to use
Daily Use:Take One (1) capsule with every meal or snack, and at least 8oz of water
Optimal Use:Take Two (2) capsules with every meal or snack, and at least 8oz of water
High Stress Use:Take Three (3) capsules with every meal or snack, and at least 8oz of water
How to Use:Capsules should be taken with every meal or with a snack, and at least 8oz of water. Contents may be removed from the capsule and taken by spoon immediately after mixing with a small amount of tepid water.
Yes, but it is always best to work with your child’s healthcare provider to determine the proper dose. You might also consider Gluten Shield for Kids.
Yes, but pregnant or nursing mothers should always consult with their health professional before supplementing.
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