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CHF #17 Digest-Zyme 180 Capsules


CHF #17

It’s no secret that as we age it becomes harder to enjoy a meal without suffering from some type of digestive discomfort. The reason is that as we age our body produces fewer and fewer digestive enzymes. In addition, today’s diets do not include many natural plant enzymes needed for digestion. This results in symptoms such as heartburn, bloating, irritable bowel syndrome and may lead to malnutrition.
When we eat, our food sits in our stomach for about 45 minutes before making its way through the duodenum. Not enough digestion occurs in our stomachs because we lack the enzymes naturally found in foods which is killed in heating and processing. So imagine the benefit of adding a balanced digestive enzyme to this process. Supplementing digestive enzymes greatly reduces the burden on the pancreas and the entire digestive process by assisting in breaking down foods into smaller and smaller components that become much easier to assimilate. People who supplement digestive enzymes report improvements in health problems such as heartburn, indigestion, gerd, diarrhea, constipation, diabetes, bloating and a host of other health problems.
While inflammation is a natural process of repairing, excess can cause extensive tissue damage. The purpose of inflammation is to remove damaged tissue and promote regeneration. Cells and tissues can be hurt chemically (toxic substances), physically (athletic injury), and biologically (germs and viruses). Enzymes, particularly proteases (also called proteolytic enzymes), calm inflammation by supporting and quickening the healing process. The protease workhorses most frequently used to reduce inflammation include trypsin and chymotrypsin, papin (from papaya) and bromelin (from the pineapple). Once absorbed they have anti-inflammatory effect similar to drugs like aspirin and ibuprofen.
Colorado State University states that the pancreas secretes a magnificent battery of enzymes that collectively have the capacity to reduce virtually all digestible macro molecules into forms that are capable of or nearly capable of being absorbed. Three major groups of enzymes are critical to efficient digestion. They are proteases, pancreatic lipase and amylase.
By taking CHF #17 on a daily basis may help digestive discomfort.

Additional information

Weight 3.8 oz



DESCRIPTION: A natural multiple enzyme formula.
INDICATIONS: CHF #17 is an excellent aid for incomplete digestion and gastric upset when caused by inadequate secretions of gastric and intestinal enzymes. Acts as an aid for the digestion of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and cellulosic materials.
Each capsule contains:                   Amount per serving             %DV
Zinc (as Gluconate)…..…………………………..4 mg…………………….36%
Proprietary Blend………………………………..520 mg……………………..**
Protease,  Papain, Ox Bile, Pancreatin, Trypsin, Rutin, Thymus Substance, Papaya Leaf, Green Pea, Lentil, Amylase, Lipase, Lysozyme, Bromelain, Cellulase.

**Daily Value not established

OTHER INGREDIENTS: Maltodextrin (carrier), Gelatin* (capsule), Magnesium Stearate (lubricant), Magnesium Silicate (lubricant), Potato Dextrin (carrier).

SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement, one (1) capsule after each meal, or as directed. If you are pregnant or lactating, you should consult your physician before taking this or any supplement. Keep out of the reach of children.
SUPPLIED: 180 capsules per bottle

NOTICE: This dietary supplement is manufactured in a facility that also uses derivatives of Milk, Fish, Shellfish, Tree nut, Wheat, and Soy.

*The Gelatin used in the manufacturing of the capsules is Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) free.

Suggested use of vitamin, mineral, and herbal formulas

We strongly advise the regular use of a multi-vitamin to enhance overall health and address a variety of conditions. Our specifically formulated products, CHF#57C, CHF#57S, and CHF#57SP, are highly recommended to meet your nutritional needs. To ensure maximum effectiveness and absorption, it is best to take all vitamin, mineral, and herbal supplements alongside meals unless advised otherwise by a healthcare professional.

In addition to dietary supplements, we are committed to reducing your exposure to potentially harmful chemicals through our personal care line. We suggest incorporating our CHF#85 (Shampoo), CHF#86 (Conditioner), CHF#37 (Mouthwash), and CHF#38 (Toothpaste) into your daily routine to help protect your health from unnecessary chemical exposure.

Suggested use of essential oils

Mix one or two drops of desired essential oil to a small amount of a carrier oil such as coconut oil, jojoba oil or sweet almond oil. For general use, the oils can be applied to the bottom of feet and/or painful areas. If burning occurs do not wash area with water, but instead add more carrier oil. To prevent contamination of oil, do not touch top of bottle to any part of the body. It is best to avoid the following oils during pregnancy: Ajowan, Aniseed, Basil, Bay Leaf, Bitter Almond, Camphor, Cedarwood, Clove Leaf, Clove Stem, Cornmint, Davana, Hyssop, Jasmin, Mandarin, Marjoram, Mugwort, Myrrh, Oregano, Parsley Seed, Patchouli, Pennyroyal, Petitgrain, Rue, Sage, Sandalwood, Savin, Savory, Spearmint, Sweet Birch, Tagetes, Tansy, Tarragon, Thuja, Thyme (all types), Wormwood, Ylang-Ylang.