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Best Proteolytic Enzymes

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90 Veg Caps

  • Science-Based Nutrition

  • Broad spectrum of vegetarian proteolytic enzymes

  • Supplementing with proteolytic enzymes may augment the normal metabolic functions of enzymes

Doctor's Best Proteolytic Enzymes is a potent formulation delivering a broad spectrum of vegetarian proteolytic enzymes. Proteolytic enzymes function in the body to digest and break down proteins into their amino acid components. Studies show that various proteolytic enzymes are absorbed through the gut wall into circulation. Enzymes are required to facilitate chemical reactions throughout the body. Supplementing with proteolytic enzymes may augment the normal metabolic functions of enzymes present in the body.

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Best Proteolytic Enzymes

  • Science-Based Nutrition

  • Broad spectrum of vegetarian proteolytic enzymes

  • Supplementing with proteolytic enzymes may augment the normal metabolic functions of enzymes

Doctor's Best Proteolytic Enzymes is a potent formulation delivering a broad spectrum of vegetarian proteolytic enzymes. Proteolytic enzymes function in the body to digest and break down proteins into their amino acid components. Studies show that various proteolytic enzymes are absorbed through the gut wall into circulation. Enzymes are required to facilitate chemical reactions throughout the body. Supplementing with proteolytic enzymes may augment the normal metabolic functions of enzymes present in the body.

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Best Proteolytic Enzymes

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 3 Capsules

Servings Per Container 30 servings

  Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Bromelain 576 GDU
Papain 10,077,000 PU
Amylase 36,000 DU
Lipase 405 FCC FIP
Neutral protease 738 NU
Fungal protease 4.0 34,800 HUT
Bacterial protease 62,250 HUT
Rutin 30 mg
Serratiopeptidase 120,000 SPU

†Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients: Cellulose, modified cellulose (vegetarian capsule), enteric coating (HPMCP).

Suggested Adult Use: Take 3 capsules daily away from food (one hour before or two hours afterwards), or as recommended by a healthcare professional.

Suitable for vegetarians. Contains nothing other than listed ingredients.

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Best Proteolytic Enzymes 4 5 4 4
Personal Goal After careful research, I chose this product to help with an experiment I am trying that, in combination with EDTA and a couple of other cleansing supplements, may help improve circulation. While I can make no claims about the effectiveness of this technique, I have a good feeling about the potential results. May 3, 2013
Powerful stuff The product is great, but if you are eating a balanced diet a full spectrum enzyme is better, IMO. The "Disgruntled review(er) above should do the following: open a cap, sprinkle some of the enzymes on a raw or cooled down cooked piece of meat, or other hi-protein, low fiber food, and see what happens. This will "show" what happens in the reviewer's gut. Whether or not heorshe feels better is up for grabs. I like Doctor's Best in general as the ingredients seem to be minimal other than what you need, and I prefer the full spectrum enzymes. January 25, 2013
Can't begin to tell if these pills work. They are very inconvenient to take. October 13, 2012
Great product Proteolytic enzymes are so helpful in keeping the body healthy. 85% of communication between our cells is between enzymes. Awesome product. Been taking it for over a year. May 5, 2012
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