Zymitol is a broad spectrum systemic enzyme, antioxidant, flavonoid, and organic sulfur formulation designed to ease the symptoms of aging while balancing your body’s normal processes all delivered to your body via its proprietary CDS (controlled delivery system).
Enzymes sustain life. Without them, we could not exist. They are catalysts for virtually every biological and chemical reaction in the body.
Is a systemic enzyme combination product like Zymitol a necessity?
One may question whether a dietary supplement is necessary to acquire proper nutrient intake, but if you consider the following, we are sure you will agree that supplementation of Zymitol may promote a higher quality of life.
As we approach our late twenties, our body’s production of enzymes slows, and by the time we reach our forties, our body’s production of key antioxidants drastically reduces. To top it off, flavonoids and organic sulfurs are not even produced by our body. The best external source for enzymes, antioxidants and flavonoids is raw and living foods that are not processed, dried, cooked or preserved. Cooked food is virtually absent of enzymes and may reduce the presence of antioxidants, flavonoids and sulfurs. Cooking also changes the molecular structure of food, making it difficult for our bbody to properly digest and eliminate it. We know that complete digestion and proper elimination of what we ingest are critical in maintaining optimum health. In summary, if you eat primarily cooked foods, your body may not be able to process that food efficiently. This would be one of the many reasons you may be a prime candidate for Zymitolâ„¢.
Bromelain is a powerful protein digesting, or “proteolytic” enzyme. It is extracted from the stem of pineapple. The Bromelain in Zymitol can help to promote a healthy lifestyle. Unlike most enzymes, Bromelain is active both in the acid environment of the stomach and the alkaline environment of the small intestine. Bromelain may guard against the formation of fibrin, and once in the blood, it may promote normal inflammation levels, maintain healthy blood flow, and may support the immune system. Bromelain appears to be essentially nontoxic, and it seldom causes side effects other than occasional mild gastrointestinal distress or allergic reactions.
Protease is another form of enzymes which demonstrates the ability to breakdown protein. Its role is critical as incomplete protein digestion creates problems for the body including development of allergies and formation of toxic substances. Undigested proteins may also pass through the body and remain undigested. These undigested proteins have been linked to many health concerns and foreign invaders in the intestinal tract. Some of these foreign invaders are parasites. Protease is largely responsible for keeping the small intestines free from parasites. A lack of protease increases the risk of intestinal infection including an overgrowth of the yeast Candida. Protease also delivers the specific nutrients necessary to promote healthy muscle and tissue, as well as for vibrant immune system function. As a rule, enzymes do not attack living cells. Enzymes are generally unable to pass through the cell wall when the cell is alive. However, as soon as a cell dies, its wall becomes permeable, so enzymes can easily enter the cell.
Papain is a proteolytic enzyme derived from the papaya. It is capable of cleaving and splicing proteins and peptides into free form amino acids, which are necessary for many biochemical reactions in the body. Papain is also useful in the elimination of parasites in the gastrointestinal tract by simply digesting them. Papain has acquired the reputation of a new “biological scalpel” because it selectively digests dead tissue without affecting the surrounding live tissue. Papain comes to the rescue when the body requires a cleansing of the dead cellular material.