A variety of probiotic bacteria and prebiotics can positively affect health by improving the survival and growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut or gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Specially formulated symbiotic gi-products help support a natural balance of good bacteria to maintain healthy digestion*, which helps to:
With over 70% of your body's immune cells located in the digestive tract, a healthy gut can help maintain a healthy immune system. Unfortunately, a number of factors can result in an imbalance of beneficial bacteria such as stress, aging and consumption of an unhealthy diet that is low in fiber and high in fat. Daily supplementation with a GI supplement can help normalize the delicate balance of intestinal bacteria required to keep your gut healthy, which in turn can help keep your whole body healthy
The better your digestion, the more nutrition you receive from the foods you eat.
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The digestive products we recommend are called GI-Zyme and GI-Pro
When taken daily as part of your personal health program, GI-Zyme capsules can:
What are amylase and lactase, and why are they important?
Amylase is an enzyme that breaks down starch. Lactase is an enzyme that breaks down lactose. These vegetable-based enzymes in GI-Zyme® capsules support normal, healthy digestion and reduce toxicity associated with gluten proteins.
Can I take GI-Pro® and GI-Zyme® capsules at the same time?
Yes, both GI-Pro® and GI-Zyme® capsules can be taken at the same time.
What is the difference between the GI-Pro® and GI-Zyme® formulas?
Our GI-Pro® capsules are designed to help regulate the balance of microflora in your intestines through probiotics. Our GI-Zyme® capsules are designed to help support digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.*
What are enzymes, and why are they important?
Enzymes are proteins that set off chemical reactions in the body. Some enzymes help to ensure that food is broken down and passed rapidly through the digestive tract.