Anything you eat that is undigested becomes a toxin to your body, including healthy foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Undigested food begins to ferment and rot in the intestines and colon, this decaying process leads to the build up of harmful toxins which enter the rest of our body. These toxins can cause fatigue, premature aging, and numerous degenerative diseases. Most of us have experienced this fatigue after a large meal. Nutrient absorption is hindered by undigested food that has stuck
to our intestinal walls. Digestive enzymes help break down this undigested food.

Early signs of enzyme deficiency are digestive complaints such as heartburn, gas, bloating and belching. Other symptoms may include headaches, stomach aches, diarrhoea, constipation, chronic fatigue, yeast infections, and nutritional deficiencies. Because these symptoms are so prevalent, many people consider them to be normal. However, they are an indication that the body cannot process the food eaten. Digestive problems concern the stomach, intestines, colon, liver, pancreas and gall bladder.

Enzymes and fibre are essential for proper digestion and elimination. Sadly, the typical diet is generally significantly lacking in these requirements. Fibre acts as a bulking agent and speeds transit time of food in the digestive tract. These actions prevent metabolic waste from creating toxic by-products. A major benefit of fibre is that it binds acids to bile and carries the bile along with excess fats out of the body. Fibre helps to lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease, lower blood pressure, improve blood sugar, and promote the growth of friendly intestinal flora. It also promotes bowel regularity, aids digestion, and helps to keep the bowel clean.


Digestive N-Zymes don’t just assist with breaking down food into the smallest molecule, they also have the ability to ‘clean’ the blood. Undigested food can seep into the bloodstream and this can become toxic and lead to illness. By taking three Digestive N-Zymes capsules a day on an empty stomach, you can detox the blood from undigested proteins, sugars and fats. This is especially vital for people with high cholesterol and diabetes. However, it will assist with so much more. It also allows your immune system to focus on other areas where needed rather than trying to deal with the toxins in the bloodstream.

  • Assimilate fats
  • Hyrolysis of proteins
  • Increase energy
  • Breaking up Cholesterol Deposits
  • Break up & dissolve Uric Acid Crystals
  • Raise T-Cell activity and production
  • Increase the White Blood Cell size and activity
  • Increase the surface area of the red blood cell making it possible to carry more oxygen to all parts of the body
  • Stimulate the Immune System
  • Shatter Crystalline Deposits
  • Assimilate and Eliminate Toxins
  • Eliminate Yeast
  • Reduce bacteria

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The nature of the digestive process in the human body is such that it is highly energy-intensive. The pancreas is the organ that Produces most of the digestive enzymes required for food breakdown and secretes them into the small intestine. The lower the efficiency of digestion in the stomach, the higher the requirement for newly manufactured pancreatic digestive enzymes. This process can place a burden on the pancreas, which may, in turn, place a large burden on the rest of the body. If the pancreas is working overtime to support our body’s digestive process, it is diverting crucial resources from normal repair functions the body may need to perform in diverse organs and systems. However, the body has developed a compensation method for dealing with this undue burden.

The body smartly recycles enzymes that it produces as the unused portions enter the bloodstream into systemic circulation. Research has shown that this recycling is facilitated by pancreatic secretory cells themselves. These cells, which normally secrete enzymes produced by the pancreas into the small intestine, serve as collectors of unused enzymes that are circulating in the blood stream and can then re-secrete these enzymes into the intestines when needed for digestion. This reduces the burden on the pancreas to produce newly manufactured enzymes in increasingly large amounts.