Why is enzyme supplementation necessary?
First, today’s diets rely heavily on cooked and
processed foods. Unfortunately, cooking and processing
methods often kill the enzymes in foods.
Even when foods are consumed in their raw form,
they are rarely backyard-garden fresh. Modern
lifestyles have created a virtually universal need for
Second, digestion requires energy...lots of it.
And the more energy it takes to digest food, the
less that’s available for other physical and mental
activities. Digestion of enzyme-deficient food is
especially hard on the body, sapping its natural vitality and feelings of well-being. But there is a
way to optimize the nutritional value received
Simplexity Health’s SBG Zymes contain natural food enzymes (including MycoProZyme™, the first enzyme on the market that works in a low pH environment), to help the body break down fats, carbohydrates, proteins, and
fiber, and to help enhance the digestive
process.* Each 360 mg capsule is microblended
with 25 mg of Super Blue Green Alpha Sun,
adding specific vitamins and minerals that
many enzymes need for optimum ability to
Other Ingredients: Rice bran, plant fiber, water.
Suggested Use: One or two capsules with water just before eating or as needed.
Storage: Keep in a cool, dry place.
A Word About Enzymes
Even with the most sound diet, the body does
not benefit until nutrients are unlocked and
absorbed from food that is consumed.
Unfortunately, in today’s highly processed
foods many of the enzymes the body depends
on for effective digestion have been
destroyed. That’s why it is so important to
provide the body with vital enzymes. Natural
miracles of miniature engineering, enzymes
are critical to the proper functioning of everything
from breathing to thinking to circulating
the blood. The metabolic enzymes present in
every cell, tissue, and organ in the body are
responsible for every chemical reaction associated
with the metabolism of the body.
Digestive enzymes are manufactured and
secreted by the body. We also get enzymes
from raw foods, which we refer to as food
enzymes. Food enzymes work together with
the body’s digestive enzymes—without an
abundant supply of both, digestion can be