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New 'Gluten-Free' Labeling Standards

August 11, 2014

Did you know that many "Gluten Free" foods can still contain hidden gluten? Companies that may cross-contaminate certain foods with gluten still have the ability to label a food as "Gluten Free." Additionally, there are many wheat-free foods that still contain gluten as well as other ingredients that many don't know may contain gluten such as barley and rye. If you are gluten-sensitive, the best thing to do is to arm yourself with a quality digestive enzyme that contains a special Peptidase enzyme known as DPP-IV for gluten breakdown. Devigest contains 500 units of this DPP-IV Peptidase to ensure complete, symptom-free digestion of gluten. If you're taking Devigest, you need not worry about those accidental contaminants. → www.foxnews.com/health/2014/08/05/fda-new-gluten-free-labeling-standards-kick-in   Continue Reading →

Lactose Intolerance

March 18, 2014

Clinical Strength Devigest There are many forms of sugar, including the disaccharide lactose, made up of the two simple sugars glucose and galactose. Lactose is naturally found in milk and most dairy products, as a result its name literally means “milk sugar.” For our body to use the nutrients found in lactose, an enzyme, called lactase, must split it into the two sugars it is made of.* Enzymes, like those found in Devigest, are proteins that act as a catalyst in the body, to speed up a reaction that normally happens much slower. Without enzymes, the metabolic processes of our body would simply not be possible in many cases. The enzyme lactase is produced by the cells that line the... Continue Reading →

Constipation

February 19, 2014

Probiotics to Alleviate Constipation Nearly everyone has experienced constipation at some point in their lives, and oftentimes the discomfort of infrequent bowel movements can become too difficult to bear. That's when people take matters into their own hands, turning to the promised relief of laxatives. However, though taking a laxative might stimulate the bowel to empty, it won't touch the underlying cause of the constipation. It's no wonder then that using laxatives can turn into a vicious, habit-forming cycle.* On the other hand, Syntol's unique combination of probiotics, prebiotics and enzymes synergistically works to resolve the fundamental issues underlying constipation. Its powerful formula restores stool consistency and frequency while reducing abdominal pain and bloating.* Syntol's Digestive Enzymes Prevent the Accumulation... Continue Reading →

Neprinol Comparison

February 19, 2014

Neprinol vs Vitalzym vs Wobenzym A comparative analysis on the leading systemic enzymes based upon their fibrinolytic activity ratings. Neprinol was recently tested against some of the leading systemic enzymes based on their overall fibrinolytic activity. While this assay is generally used to specifically measure the strength of the enzyme Nattokinase, the same method can be applied to any enzyme formula to measure its ability to break down fibrin. Fibrinolytic testing is an excellent way to discover a product’s ability to eliminate unwanted proteins and other waste materials from the body. This study was conducted by an independent third party laboratory. Each product sample was purchased directly from the manufacturer to ensure proper handling, storage, and batch freshness. The results... Continue Reading →

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