Dr. Clark Digestive Enzymes Description
- 500 mg
- Potent & Pure
- Without Excipients
Digestive Enzymes 500 mg
Dr. Clark Digestive Enzymes break down the food you eat and convert it into the basic nutrients needed to build and repair different parts of your body. Pancreatin breaks down food in the acidic stomach as well as in the more neutral intestines. Pepsin degrades food particles into peptides. Ginger Root is a time-tested herb for nourishing digestive tract health. Lipase is an enzyme necessary for the absorption and digestion of nutrients in the intestines.
Bromelain is a pineapple enzyme that may assist the body — during times of physical stress. It is also a digestive enzyme with a wide pH range, which can function within the acidic environment of the stomach. Papain is a protein-cleaving enzyme derived from papaya and certain other plants. Enzymes are involved in every metabolic and cellular process in your body, including maintaining your immune system.
About our Capsules: We take great care in manufacturing products that do not contain excipients, like flow agents, coatings, colorings, binders, and release agents that other manufacturers list under Other Ingredients.
For this reason our capsules may not have a uniform look and may not be completely full. Please rest assured that your capsule weight is as stated on the label, we pay close and systematic attention to weight, purity and the potency of our capsules. Our number one goal is PURITY and POTENCY, not LOOKS.
It takes an abundance of patience and care to encapsulate powders without flow agents. As a result, we often run our machines at 10% of full speed in order to get the job done. Again PURITY is our #1 goal, not saving on production COST.
No one else takes the time to make such PURE products. Please enjoy!
Persons 12 or more years of age , 1 capsule daily with a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Store at room temperature. Keep away from children.
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