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Wobenzym N by Douglas Labs
Wobenzym N by Douglas Labs 100-800 Tablets
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Wobenzym N by Douglas Labs
Supports the Immune System
Wobenzym® N is the authentic German formula of systemic enzymes. This well-known classic enzyme preparation is designed to promote healthy joints and muscles, as well as systemic processes that contribute to the healthy aging process.‡
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This is a wonderful product because it is the original German formula
This is a wonderful product because it is the original German formula, which can not be said for the version sold by Garden of Life. I can say this because I bought the Garden of Life version and used it for a long time without experiencing any actual benefits. I just wasted my money. So, if you suffer from any kind of inflammation and seek an all natural, effective treatment, I highly recommend buying this original formula.
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Amount Per Serving
Serving Size 3 Tablets
each vegetarian capsule contains:
56,000 USP units protease (pancreas)
2,160 FIP-units (pancreas)
900 FIP-units (pancreas) Bos taurus
Other ingredients: Cellulose, vegetable-based enteric coating, vegetable stearate, natural vanilla flavor, purified water.
From dried purified aqueous extracts
FIP is the measurement of enzyme activity according to the methods of the International Pharmaceutical Federation.
Suggested Usage: 3, twice daily, 45 minutes before a meal
Take three (3) tablets, two (2) times daily, at least 45 minutes before meals or as recommended by your healthcare professional.
WOBENZYM® Wobenzym® is the result of groundbreaking research conducted in New York by Austrian physician and scientist Professor Max Wolf in the late 1950s. Private physician to some of the greatest politicians and celebrities of the time, Dr. Wolf was highly regarded by his peers and spent long hours in his laboratory researching the use of his specific enzyme combinations in many different applications. He and his esteemed associate, Dr. Helen Benitez, developed a sophisticated natural enzyme formulation using plant-based enzymes bromelain (pineapple extract) and papain (papaya extract), natural pancreatic enzymes trypsin and chymotrypsin, and the antioxidant flavonoid rutin. They called it the “Wolf-Benitez-Enzymtherapie”, which inspired the brand name Wobenzym®.
FUNCTIONS In the human body, hundreds of chemical reactions occur during the course of normal metabolic processes. Many chemical reactions require significant energy in order to take place and therefore need a catalyst to allow the reaction to proceed. The catalyst acts to lower the energy needed for the reaction to move forward. In the body, enzymes play the role of the catalyst and allow reactions to take place that otherwise would not occur. The enzyme itself is not consumed in this process and can be utilized again and again. Enzymes are relatively unique to each reaction and different enzymes will catalyze different reactions. Certain combinations of specific enzymes, when properly protected from stomach acid, provide systemic enzyme support. By balancing immune function in this way, systemic enzymes may help support various aspects of health, including cardiometabolic health, the lymphatic system, reproductive health, and musculoskeletal function.† Wobenzym® is a systemic enzyme formulation containing a unique blend of enzymes from both plants and animals that have been clinically studied for supporting numerous processes in the body.† Systemic enzyme supplements work directly in the body after they are absorbed in the small intestine and are not intended to aid in digestion. Consequently, these enzymes can be utilized to assist the body’s various regulatory and communication systems.†
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