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10Zymes Enzymes10Zymes is a proprietary combination of pharmaceutical grade enzyme components in an emulsifed form specially formulated to help control fibrin. 10Zymes Advanced Fibrin Defense contains enzymes that have shown promise in various studies as being beneficial for scar tissue removal, immune system function, viral immunity, pain relief, digestion, blood clotting, reduction of inflammation and blood cleansing, among other uses. The 10Zymes proprietary blend contains serrapeptase, nattokinase, lipase, protease, amla, papain, bromelain, rutin, Co-Q10, and magnesium.
Enzyme potency is measured in activity levels, measured by FU's or fibrinolytic units. Average enzyme blends contain 1,000 to 2,000 FU's. 10Zymes contains 15,000 FU's per serving. This formula is vegetarian and vegan.
Those using anti-coagulants, or blood thinners, should not use enzymes without the consent of their physician. The enzymes enhance the effects of the blood thinning medications, making them stronger.
10Zymes Enzymes Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule (15,000 FUs)
Servings Per Container: 150 capsules
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Magnesium (as magnesium citrate)||8 mg||2%|
|10Zymes™ Blend:||500 mg||†|
|Systemic and Lipolytic Enzyme Blend: (serrapeptase, nattokinase, lipase)||15,000 FU|
|10Zymes™ Protease Blend: (protease derived from serratia, b. subtilis, and a. oryzae)|
|10Zymes™ Enzyme and Cofactor Blend: (amla, papain, bromelain, rutin, coenzyme q10)|
† Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: cellulose (capsule)
Health Topic Library
Without enzymes, life as we know it would not exist. Enzymes enable chemical reactions in the body. Every metabolic function of your body, including digesting the food you eat, requires enzymes. Raw foods are the best source of digestive enzymes. Cooking and processing foods destroy their enzyme content.When we eat foods that lack digestive enzymes, we force the body to divert its production of enzymes away from important metabolic enzymes into digestive enzyme production, placing a burden on the pancrease. There are three categories of digestive enzymes: proteolytic enzymes digest protein, lipases digest fat, and amylases digest carbohydrates.