GI-Zyme capsules provide a variety of digestive enzymes that, when taken before meals, can help break down proteins, carbohydrates and fats to help support better digestion and nutrient absorption.
Sometimes the body has a hard time producing the enzymes it needs. Low enzyme production can lead to difficulties digesting certain foods, like raw vegetables or food ingredients like lactose. For help in digesting certain foods, try GI-Zyme capsules today.
- Formulated to help improve digestion by assisting in the breaking down of proteins, fats and carbohydrates which may help ensure that the maximum level of nutrient absorption is attained.
- Formulatted to provide enzymes functioning at a wide range of pH activities (pH1.0-pH8.0).
Enzymes help ensure that ingested material is broken down and passed rapidly through the digestive tract. With two proprietary enzyme blends and a proprietary herbal blend, Mannatech’s GI-Zyme capsules have been formulated to help in better digestion.
Can I take GI-Pro® and GI-Zyme capsules at the same time?
Yes, both GI-Pro® and GI-Zyme® capsules can be taken at the same time
What is the difference between the GI-Pro® and GI-Zyme formulas?
Our GI-Pro capsules are designed to help regulate the balance of microflora in your intestines through probiotics. Our GI-Zyme® capsules are designed to help support better digestion.
What do I take for a particular illness?
Our products are dietary supplements designed to help promote good health not drugs. They are not represented as a treatment for any disease. If you have a medical condition, consult your doctor about the use of these products.
What are amylase and lactase, and why are they important?
Amylase is an enzyme that breaks down starch. Lactase is an enzyme that breaks down lactose. These vegetable-based enzymes in GI-Zyme capsules support normal, healthy digestion.
What are enzymes, and why are they important?
Enzymes are proteins that set off chemical reactions in the body. Some enzymes help to ensure that food is broken down and passed rapidly through the digestive tract.