Protease 120 capsules by Transformation Enzymes
Protease 120 capsules
Assuring optimal protein digestion and proper blood flow is necessary for effective nutrient delivery, a healthy immune response, and the body's natural detoxification processes. Our strongest systemic protease formulation includes over 355,000 HUT units of protease activity for supporting healthy circulation (blood and lymph) and optimal immune health. Supporting circulation with TPP Proteaseâ¢ encourages delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the cell for health and vitality, removal of metabolic wastes from the cell, and transport of immune cells throughout the body to help maintain a healthy internal environment.
Proteolytic Enzyme Blend. Optimal circulation is dependent upon the presence of effective proteolytic enzymes. Endo/exo peptidases are known to break the inner/terminal bonds of amino acid chains for more efficient hydrolysis of proteins. The highly active systemic enzymes included in this formula have a wide range of pH stability (3.0 pH 10.0 pH) which is essential for maximum benefit.
Bromelain. These soothing plant enzymes are included in the vegetarian TPP Proteaseâ¢ formula along with a small amount of Calcium, which improves tolerance on an empty stomach.
Health Benefits: Transformation's Professional Protocol Proteaseâ¢ is an enzyme supplement designed to help promote improved protein digestion and healthy elimination as well as overall cardiovascular, muscular, urinary, and immune system health.
Take one (1) capsule two times a day on an empty stomach with 8 oz. of water or as directed by health care practitioner. Contents may be removed from capsule and taken
by spoon immediately after mixing with a small amount of tepid water. Ome (1) capsule may be taken with meals to enhance the digestion of proteins.
Serving Size 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container 60/120
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Tzymeâ¢ Protease Blend 641 mg â
(355,017 HUT) (600,000 PU)
â Daily Value not established
Other ingredients: Cellulose & water Calacium Citrate
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