VeganZyme is a full-spectrum formula that’s designed to fill the gaps in your body’s supply of enzymes, not be a source of gaps itself. It has a wide variety of enzymes like cellulase and phytase that you won’t find in other products.
It’s not just a name. VeganZyme is an all-natural blend of stable, plant-based enzymes. There are no animal-derived ingredients and even the capsules are vegan. Many common digestive and systemic enzyme supplements contain animal-sourced enzymes — usually pancreatic tissue from pigs. In addition to not being vegan, those enzymes are typically less active than their plant-based counterparts. Plant-based enzymes tend to be active over a broad pH range, enabling them to survive your stomach acid without requiring any enteric coating.
What's not in VeganZyme:
Proprietary Blend of:
Other Ingredients: vegetable capsule (cellulose), organic gum acacia, organic rice hulls, ORMUS supercharged minerals.
Take 2 capsules with water at the beginning of a meal or as recommended by your healthcare provider. For general wellness and systemic support, also take it between meals.
A: No, but plant-based enzymes (vs. animal-sourced) tend to be active over a broad pH range, enabling them to survive your stomach acid without requiring any enteric coating.
A: No, there are no enzymes from mushrooms or algae.
A: Yes, you can open the capsules and put the powder in water or other drinks. This is is just as effective as taking the capsules.
A: For constipation, we recommend starting intestinal cleansing with our Oxy-Clear oxygen-based intestinal cleanse before bed, and you can take probiotics and digestive enzymes during the day to help improve digestion. Always start with smaller portions and consult with your health practitioner.
A: VeganZyme has a full-spectrum blend of digestive enzymes that support digestion and eliminate gas and bloating. It also offers systemic enzymes to boost the immune system and encourage functional balance throughout the entire body.
Our probiotics are a blend of live and active cultures from a variety of probiotic strains that encourage normal digestion, intestinal function, mental wellness, and immune system health. They also encourage the production of enzymes, minerals, and vitamins that help break down and metabolize toxins.
Both supplements are essentially helpful for gas and bloating, and you can either combine them or use them separately to see which one suits you best.
A: Yes! VeganZyme with meals can support healthy digestion and faster transit time out of the stomach and into the small intestines. Faster transit time means less bloating. We also recommend taking a good probiotic several times per day, and Oxy-Clear at night about an hour before bed. Also SUPER important, watch your food combining! Eating foods that digest fast like fruit, grains, sugars, or starches with foods that digest slowly like proteins or fats causes the fast digesting foods to ferment in the gut, which causes gas and bloating.
A: It's ideal to take both Veganzyme and probiotics to better support digestion. However, if you prefer, you can start with VeganZyme to see how it affects you on its own before implementing another supplement. Generally, you can consume VeganZyme simultaneously with probiotics, or 20 to 30 minutes apart to ensure maximum absorption.
A: Yes, it really is soy-free. Global Healing sources their nattokinase from chickpeas, not soybeans, made in a proprietary fermentation process.
A: Check with your doctor, Global Healing says Veganzyme is not intended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, and there are few studies done on the subject of enzyme supplementation during pregnancy, but generally enzymes are quite safe and some health practitioners recommend them since digestive health is often compromised during pregnancy.
A: Systemic enzymes operate not just for digestion but throughout the body in every system and organ. They support the immune system by breaking down waste, toxins, and irritants. Overall, VeganZyme supports digestion, boosts the immune system, and encourages functional balance throughout the entire body.
A: Yes, it is safe to take more than 4 capsules of VeganZyme at your discretion. Hippocrates Health Institute, a living foods healing center in Florida, uses high servings of enzymes with their clients with great results. If the enzymes upset your stomach, reduce the amount and/or frequency of portions.
A: Global Healing derives a few of the enzymes in VeganZyme from Aspergillus niger, but that's not to say that it's part of the final product. They use Aspergillus niger as part of the sourcing process, and then they isolate the enzymes produced to create the vegan-friendly formula. Overall, individuals with yeast and fungal overgrowth issues can still benefit from VeganZyme and consume it safely.
A: Due to the potency and combination of ingredients, VeganZyme is primarily intended for adults 18 years and up. You may be able to open a capsule and mix part of it in juice or water for your toddler, but check with your toddler's healthcare provider to discuss an appropriate serving size.
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