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Tri-Enza 90's

Tri-Enza 90's

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Brand:
Houston Enzymes
Contents:
90 capsules
Product ID:
HE-TE90
Price:

Description

TriEnza is a broad-spectrum formulation that combines the best of AFP-Peptizyde, Zyme Prime, and No-Fenol into one product.

Two (2) capsules or four (4) chewable tablets of TriEnza contain:

  • all the protease enzymes for protein digestion from AFP-Peptizyde
  • all the enzymes (except cellulase) from Zyme Prime
  • 1/2 the enzymes from No-Fenol (xylanase) for certain fruits and vegetables high in phenols
  • now available in capsules, chewable tablets, and powder

*1 mg of MCT oil is added per 600 mg as an excipient to minimize the enzyme powder from becoming airborne.  MCT oil is derived from palm kernel oil. Cellulase enzyme was not added to this product so you don't have to worry about using TriEnza with timed-release medications.  

No more splitting capsules to get "half doses". One capsule (one-half dose) makes starting enzymes easier.

Best of all, the price of TriEnza makes it less expensive compared to buying all three of the separate products.

Who should use TriEnza?

Anyone who uses any two of our AFP-Peptizyde, Zyme Prime, and No-Fenol will most likely benefit from a cost-savings standpoint. If a customer is using 3 or more Houston Enzymes products, a definite cost savings will be realized.

Contraindications for Enzyme Supplementation

These enzymes should be used with care in cases of active stomach or duodenal ulcers, severe bowel inflammation (characterized by blood in stools), hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, or within a week of scheduled surgery. This product may not be appropriate for those with known allergies to Aspergillus enzyme proteins, though non-specific mold allergies do not necessarily preclude use of fungal enzymes. Consult your medical doctor for further advice, and err on the side of caution. Those with known anaphylactic allergic reactions to fungal proteins should NOT ingest fungal-derived enzymes.

Capsules

2 capsules per meal or as needed.  No upper limit has been established for enzyme dosing, and animal studies with similar enzymes found no toxicity at dosing as high as 2000 milligrams per kilogram of body weight per day for 90 days. Most find using 2 to 4 capsules per meal adequate, and most likely no further benefits will occur with higher dosing, though more may be given for the infrequent and large food challenges. Each person is different so we encourage some experimentation to find the dose that best helps each person.