This is a vegetarian product
Contains nutrients that support the establishment and maintenance of beneficial intestinal flora and proper pH.
Zymex contains defatted Wheat Germ and specifically processed Tillandsia usneoides and beet root.
The human digestive system is responsible for taking nutrients from the different foods we et and drink and breaking them down into substances suitable for absorption that takes place in the intestines. The intestinal environment requires a certain pH balance (as does our entire body) in order to maintain appropriate beneficial species of intestinal flora which are needed to perform a number of important functions. The term pH (potential of hydrogen) refers to the degree of acidity or alkalinity of our body chemistry. (see Body too Acid? ) I ideal range for the human body lies anywhere between 6.0 and 6.8 because our bodies are by nature mildly acidic. The ingredients in Zymex work to promote and maintain a healthy pH range in the intestinal tract.
Zymex keeps your digestive system healthy. Wheat germ provides a source of essential fatty acids, B-complex vitamins, and fiber to promote the healthy functioning of the digestive tract. Beets help moisten the intestines to encourage healthy peristalsis and help maintain regularity.
The human digestive tract is home to hundreds of species of “friendly” microflora. Amount many other things, they collectively help in the proper functioning of the entire digestive system. Two of the species are responsible for controlling the pH balance in the large intestine. The ingredients found in Zymex work together to provide a healthy intestinal environment by supporting the growth of important intestinal flora and maintaining proper digestive function.
Once the delicate balance of microflora in the intestine is tipped, the body’s ability to process important nutrients and maintain itself becomes compromised. Zymex helps the body maintain the natural balance of intestinal flora.
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