Real-Zymes Vegetarian Digestive Enzymes by Pure Essence
Digestive enzyme supplements have been available for over 50 years. They have always, however, been one size fits all. Meanwhile, your own body produces enzymes that reflect the real world foods you actually eat. If you eat 2000 calories on an Atkins type diet plan, youll get an average of 65 grams of proteins, from 8 to 18 grams of carbs, and 43 grams of fats at each meal. On a Pritikin plan, you eat only 32 grams of protein and 7 fat grams, but 133 grams of carbohydrates. On the Atkins plan, you need twice as much protein digesting enzymes and SIX times more fat digesting enzymes. On the other hand, with a Pritikin type plan, you need over SEVEN times more carbohydrate digesters.
Vegetarian digestive enzymes are not interchangeable. Proteases digest only proteins, carbohydrases break down only carbohydrates, and lipases reduce only fats. Thereby, there is simply no way that one size fits all enzymes that are not specifically formulated vegetarian enzymes can work.
From Paleo to Keto to South Beach to Zone (and about a hundred others), Americans follow many eating plans. Fortunately, each of these fits into one of nine major, macronutrient profiles. By applying proprietary enzyme activity algorithms to these profiles, weve perfected the worlds first personalized vegetarian digestive enzymes supplement. This means that you can now enjoy an enzyme supplement built specifically for the foods you actually eat. They are called Real-Zymes, and one is perfect for you.
Real-Zymes Vegetarian digestive enzymes are the most advanced vegetarian enzymes supplement ever offered. They are the worlds only vegetarian enzymes supplement customized vegetarian needs, and stand alone in providing all these other factors. They work at pH levels throughout the digestive tract. They break proteins, carbohydrates, and fats down in every way that digestive enzymes can, and thus assure the quickest, most complete and most efficient digestion possible. They are the best possible replacement for the lack of enzymes in foods and for those we might no longer make enough of ourselves.*