Kristazyme x 90 Capsules
- Vegetarian product
Kristazyme is an extra high-potency plant-based digestive enzyme supplement formulated to optimise break down of protein, fats and carbohydrates across a broad pH range.
Manufactured exclusively from plant enzymes, which operate over a wider pH range than pancreatin (animal-derived digestive enzymes).
Works in the acid environment of the stomach as well as the alkaline environment of the small intestines, it contains an unusually high lipase content (1,250 FCCLU) to optimise the digestion of dietary fats and oils.
It also contains five different proteolytic (protein digesting) enzymes, four proteases plus bromelain, a complex of enzymes extracted from pineapples.
Lactase to hydrolyze lactose (milk sugar) which can assist lactose intolerant individuals in digesting dairy products.
The carbohydrate digesting enzymes (amylase, cellulase, malt diastase, invertase [sucrase]) may help to break down starches and sugars.
Though aspergillus species are used in the manufacturing process, no aspergillus is present in the final product of the enzymes.
Kristazyme is contraindicated with gastric ulcers (as the proteolytic enzymes can aggravate the damaged endothelium), and should be used with caution in cases of gastritis.
Directions for use
As a dietary supplement, 1 capsule at the start of each meal, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Caution: This product should not be taken by individuals with gastritis or gastric ulcers, unless under the guidance of a healthcare practitioner.
|% Daily Value|
|n•zimes® proprietary blend:||441mg||*|
|Protease 4.5||55,250 HUT||*|
|Protease 3.0||75 SAPU||*|
|Neutral bacterial protease||6,000 PC||*|
* Daily Value not established
Other ingredients: Rice Bran, Vegtable Cellulose and Water.
This product contains NO added yeast, wheat, soy, protein, milk/dairy, sodium, sugar, starch, artificial colouring or flavourings.
This information is for education purposes only. Patients should consult with a qualified healthcare provider before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.