Natural Factors Zymactive is a systemic enzyme formula with effective digestive and anti-inflammatory properties. This digestive aid can be used for a wide variety of ailments including arthritis, digestive issues, sports injuries, and immune support. Our intensive-strength formula can also help alleviate symptoms of gas and bloating resulting from high-fat meals.
The strength of Zymactive lies in its unique combination of proteolytic enzymes that helps break down the proteins. These enzymes, including pancreatic enzymes amylase, protease, and lipase, papain from papaya fruit, bromelain from pineapple, and serrapeptase originally isolated from the silkworm, work collectively to offer a broad range of health-promoting benefits. When taken with meals, it helps decrease bloating after high-caloric or high-fat meals. When taken on an empty stomach, it supports anti-inflammation and pain relief.
Serrapeptase, also known as Serratia peptidase or the “miracle enzyme”, provides anti-inflammatory effects and helps remove damaged tissue while maintaining healthy living tissue. It is particularly beneficial for upper respiratory tract conditions like sinusitis, and bronchitis due to its ability to improve the structure and function of the mucous lining.
Zymactive systemic enzyme formula is more than twice as potent as other proteolytic enzyme supplements. Two potencies are available for customizable relief: regular and double strength. The enteric-coated tablets help protect the proteolytic enzymes, allowing them to pass through the acidic stomach environment intact so they can be released and absorbed in the small intestines.
- Aids in proper digestion
- Reduces inflammation
- Relieves pain from sports injuries or trauma
- Support for sinusitis, and bronchitis
- Helps combat bloating after high-calorie or high-fat meals
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