How to use EnduroZyme
Protease: Breaks down proteins into smaller polypeptide fragments (chains of amino acids) and amino acids. Also beneficial as an anti-inflammatory.
Amylase: Breaks down starchy carbohydrates (rice, pasta, potatoes, beans, bananas, etc.) and glycogen (the starch-like fuel stored in the muscles and liver), assisting in converting them into utilizable energy.
HemiCellulase: Breaks down specific types of cellulose (see cellulose below), and helps release nutrients that are bound in the cellular structure of fruits and vegetables.
Cellulase: Breaks down cellulose, a type of fiber and major component in cell walls, the fibrous complex surrounding plant cells. Also helps to free up nutrients in fruits and vegetables.
Maltase: Breaks down maltose to glucose. When starchy foods (rice, pasta, potatoes, beans, bananas, etc.) are consumed, the starch is converted by saliva and amylase enzymes to maltose, which is then broken down to glucose by maltase.
Glucoamylase: Another form of amylase that breaks down starchy carbohydrates (rice, pasta, potatoes, beans, bananas, etc.) in a specific way, removing free glucose molecules from the end of the starchy chains rather than simply breaking these longer chains into smaller chains.
Bromelain: Breaks down proteins into smaller polypeptide fragments (chains of amino acids) and amino acids. Also beneficial as an anti-inflammatory. Derived from pineapple.
Papain: Breaks down proteins into smaller polypeptide fragments (chains of amino acids) and amino acids. Also beneficial as an anti-inflammatory. Derived from papaya.
Catalase: A potent antioxidant enzyme that breaks hydrogen peroxide down into water and oxygen.
Acid Stable Protease: Breaks down proteins into smaller polypeptide fragments (chains of amino acids) and amino acids. Also beneficial as an anti-inflammatory.
Lipase: Breaks down fats and triglycerides, and improves fat utilization. Helps support gallbladder function.
Invertase: Breaks down sucrose (table sugar) into its component sugars, glucose and fructose.
Lactase: Converts lactose (milk sugar) into its component sugars, glucose & galactose. Ideal for lactose intolerant individuals.
Alpha Galactosidase: Helps to break down and digest legumes (beans, peas), cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.), and other hard-to-digest foods that can cause gas and bloating.
Bioperine™: A standardized extract from the fruit of Piper nigrum (black pepper) or Piper longum (long pepper), bioperine enhances the absorption of whole food and dietary supplements.
EnduroZyme Whole Leaf Blend
- Peppermint Leaf: Calms the stomach muscles and improves the flow of bile, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMM). Highly beneficial for helping alleviate indigestion.
- Aloe Vera Leaf: Helps increase healthy bacteria in the intestines that aid digestion, assists in decreasing inflammation in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), colitis, and other inflammatory disorders of the gut.
- Artichoke Leaf: Considered by many to be a “super food,” the phytonutrients in artichokes provide effective relief for indigestion and upset stomach. One of the major sources of fiber found in artichokes is inulin, which is a prebiotic. Prebiotics help increase the proportion of probiotics (“good bacteria”) in the gut.
|Serving Size 6 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Acid Stable Protease||60SAPU||†|
|EnduroZyme Whole Leaf Blend
(Peppermint Leaf, Aloe Vera Leaf, Artichoke Leaf)
| * The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
† Daily Value not established.
Rice Complex and Vegetable Capsule (Cellulose and water)