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DigestZen TerraZyme Product Description
As specialized proteins that act as catalysts for cellular function, enzymes play a critical role in growth, healing, reproduction, breathing, thinking, immune function, hormone regulation, detoxification, and thousands of other biochemical functions. Enzymes also assist in the digestive process and in converting food into energy in cells—making exogenous enzymes (which must be consumed as the body is unable to produce them) one of the most important components of our diets. Fresh, raw foods naturally contain sufficient enzymes for proper digestion in the body. However, when food is cooked and processed, these naturally occurring food enzymes can be destroyed.
A balanced diet consisting of whole, unprocessed foods should be adequate to meet our food enzyme needs, but that is not always practical. Using a whole-food supplement of food enzymes is a convenient way to guarantee that we have the enzymes necessary for proper digestion and utilization of the nutrients we consume.*
DigestZen TerraZyme is a proprietary blend of 10 active whole-food enzymes that are often deficient in cooked, processed, and preservative-laden foods. DigestZen TerraZyme includes a variety of whole-food enzymes that help with digestion of proteins, fats, complex carbohydrates, sugars, fiber, and other food nutrients.* It also supports optimal health by promoting more efficient digestion of food nutrients and by reducing the demand for internal production of digestive nutrients, thus freeing resources for optimal levels of metabolic enzyme production and activity.*
DigestZen TerraZyme can also be used as targeted support for specific food intolerances of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, such as lactose.*
What Makes DigestZen TerraZyme Unique?
DigestZen TerraZyme is a proprietary combination of enzymes most likely deficient in the modern diet. The 10 whole food enzymes work primarily through promoting more efficient digestion of food nutrients and by reducing the demand for internal production of digestive nutrients, thus freeing resources for optimal levels of metabolic enzyme production and activity.* Not only does this ensure that your body is able to use the nutrition it consumes, but it also can help support specific food intolerances as mentioned above, especially for those with intolerances of fats, proteins, or carbohydrates.*
One of the many benefits of better digestion is increased cellular energy.* Whole food enzymes are able to break down specific macro and micronutrients so that they can enter systemic circulation and be used for energy needs. DigestZen TerraZyme also assists the endogenous (internal) production of digestive enzymes, which results in fewer resources being needed to produce digestive enzymes and more left for other metabolic purposes.*
Like other doTERRA dietary supplements, DigestZen TerraZyme is also gluten- and GMO-free, and does not contain any animal-derived ingredients.
DigestZen TerraZyme Uses and Benefits
DigestZen TerraZyme delivers a balanced and comprehensive blend of digestive enzymes to support normal digestive processes.* It offers a proprietary blend of 10 active whole-food enzymes that are often deficient in cooked, processed, and preservative-heavy foods. These enzymes not only bolster natural production, but can provide targeted support for especially difficult-to-digest foods.*
Take DigestZen TerraZyme daily to support and enhance your body’s natural digestive processes.* Used as a daily supplement, DigestZen TerraZyme can help support your body’s natural processes so it gets the most out of what you eat, without the associated discomfort.*
DigestZen TerraZyme will help you enjoy the benefits of a healthy diet by helping to ensure that your body gets the nutrients it needs.* The 10 active whole-food enzymes help break down difficult to process macro- and micronutrients, so that it has the nutrition for lifelong health and vitality.*
Another interesting characteristic of DigestZen TerraZyme is that it supports conversion of food nutrients to cellular energy.* DigestZen TerraZyme assists the breakdown of usually hard to process macronutrients, a natural and sustainable mechanism toward the energy you need for a busy life.*
Are you constantly experiencing stomach discomfort? Frequent digestive discomfort can turn the mere act of eating a meal or going about your daily tasks into a total pain. DigestZen TerraZyme promotes gastrointestinal comfort and food tolerance to help you go about your normal day rather than dealing with stomach issues.* Take a DigestZen TerraZyme cap before a meal that includes foods that normally give you digestive discomfort to experience the benefits of feeling comfortable in your own body.*
This dietary supplement also supports healthy production of metabolic enzymes.* Not only does DigestZen TerraZyme offer a source of exogenous enzymes, but it also supports the natural production of endogenous enzymes, naturally speeding conversion of food to bioavailable nutrients.*
Take DigestZen TerraZyme with you while travelling and trying new restaurants to make sure stomach upset doesn’t slow you down.* Keep a bottle of DigestZen TerraZyme in your purse for those times when you may need some immediate relief from stomach upset.*
For those with food intolerances, it can be tough to find a supplement that will coincide with special dietary needs. DigestZen TerraZyme uses sodium lauryl sulfate–free HPMC vegetable capsules for those seeking a vegetarian-friendly supplement. It is also gluten- and GMO-free, and contains no animal-derived ingredients.
Among many helpful ingredients, DigestZen TerraZyme contains the doTERRA tummy tamer blend of Peppermint, Ginger, and Caraway Seed. The proprietary tummy tamer blend adds to the stomach-soothing benefits of DigestZen Terrazyme.*
Like many doTERRA supplements, DigestZen TerraZyme can be used with other supplements to allow its benefits to reach even further. DigestZen TerraZyme can easily be used in conjunction with other DigestZen products. While effective when used alone daily or for individual events of digestive discomfort, DigestZen TerraZyme is also effective when combined with DigestZen® essential oil blend, DigestZen® Softgels, or DigestTab® for stomach-soothing relief and to support the natural digestive processes.*
How to Take DigestZen TerraZyme
Take one to three vegetable capsules with meals throughout the day. If your meal includes lots of fresh, raw foods, take one capsule. If your meal includes highly processed, cooked foods or food products known to cause specific gastrointestinal discomfort, take two to three capsules with meal. Some may experience initial changes in digestive schedule, but should return to normal within a few days.
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