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Enzy-110 60's

Hadley Wood Healthcare
60 vegetable capsules
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We believe that the basics of health starts with optimal digestion and absorption of the nutrients derived from food. For this reason, Hadley Wood Healthcare developed its own digestive product.

Because the enzymes are broken down with each meal you need to take the capsules with each meal you feel requires some additional help to digest. Enzymes do not accumulate in the gut; they only work on the meal they are taken with.

Enzy-110 supplies a broad spectrum of plant derived digestive enzymes for the digestion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates delivered in a delayed release capsules (DRcaps®) for targeted release during the digestive process.

DRcaps® are made from an innovative hypromellose (HPMC) formulation that can help protect sensitive ingredients from the low pH environment of the stomach.

Enzy-110 is Vegetarian Society and Vegan Approved.

Direction for use: Simply take 1 – 2 capsules with meals, this can be just before or during the meal. 1 capsule should be adequate for a small meal but 2 can be used for bigger meals or if you find 1 capsule is ineffective.

Enzyme (Origin) Amount per capsule (Activity)
Protease (from Aspergillus oryzae) 38 mg (20200 HUT)
Amylase (from Aspergillu oryzae) 23.3mg (3500 DU)
Lactase (from Aspergillus oryzae) 10 mg (1000 ALU)
Glucoamylase (from Aspergillu niger) 10 mg (9 AGU)
Alpha-galactosidase (from Aspergillu niger) 10 mg (150 GalU)
Protease (from Aspergillu niger) 9.41 mg (50 SAPU)
Invertase (from Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 4.6mg (400 SU)
Lipase (from Candida rugosa) 2.6mg (480 FIP)
Glucoamylase (from Rhizopus oryzae) 1.5 mg (1 AGU)
Lipase (from Aspergillu niger) 0.2 mg (10 FIP)
Lipase (from Rhizopus oryzae) 0.2 mg (10 FIP)
Capsule: vegetarian delayed release capsule
Excipient: Rice bran
Free from: milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soya
NB: the enzyme production process uses fermentation ingredients that contain wheat and soy. These are either consumed during fermentation or removed during the enzyme purification process.