Available from 10th April
- 10 Specialised Vegan Enzymes
- Gentle support to break down, proteins, carbs, fats and fibre
- Includes CuraBlend™ Proteases, Amylases and Lipases
- CuraBlend enzymes activate across all pH levels in the digestive system, whether acid or alkaline
- MCT Accelerator speeds up the enzyme activity
- Addresses a variety of digestive concerns including indigestion, bloating, wind and constipation
- Small capsule size, suitable for all the family
- Vegan, Paleo, Keto and Kosher friendly
- Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Soy-free, GMO-free
- No binders, fillers or anti-caking agents
- Scientifically researched ingredients
- Tested for enzyme activity levels
Healthy digestion is key to a properly functioning immune system, maximising energy levels and enhancing nutrient uptake from food. Many people do not produce enough enzymes to fully digest the foods they eat. Age, stress, digestive disorders and certain medications can all interfere with the body’s own enzyme production, making digestion more difficult.
CuraZyme™ Vital is a specialised blend of 10 pharmaceutical-grade digestive enzymes utilising MCT as an accelerator. Alongside the key CuraBlend ingredients, the MCT accelerator not only helps this gentle enzyme formula significantly speed up, but it also increases the potency of the digestive enzymes.
Created to jump-start digestion in the upper stomach, CuraZyme Vital works synergistically with the body’s own enzymes to help ensure nutrient availability. Supplementing each meal with a CuraZyme capsule can make all the difference to your digestive health.
Reduce digestive discomfort
The majority of digestive health problems can be traced back to a deficiency of enzymes, either due to the pH levels in our digestive tract (whether we have a highly acidic stomach or a more alkaline small intestines), the genetics we were born with, our exposure to environmental toxins or if we are over the age of 30, when our body’s natural production of digestive enzymes starts to decline rapidly.
The CuraBlend™ difference
Digestive enzymes are activated and deactivated by the pH of the human digestive system, to control when and where digestion occurs. Modern living, digestive problems, exposure to environmental pollutants or taking medications can alter the pH of our digestive system, thus switching off the activity of our natural digestive enzymes.
The digestive enzymes sourced for the CuraZyme products are very stable, resist damage caused by the stomach acid and are effective throughout the entire pH range of the gastrointestinal tract. Since this pH varies from very acid to alkaline, it is important to choose products that utilise modern technologies such as the CuraBlend™ process, which carefully selects multiple variants of proteases, amylases and lipases and blends these isoenzymes together, so they effectively break down proteins, carbohydrates and fats no matter which pH environment the enzymes are working in.
For adults: Take 1 capsules daily with a meal, or as directed by your doctor or healthcare practitioner. For best results take the capsule with the first bite of food from each meal, so that the supplemental enzymes can get working on the food as soon as possible.
For children over 8 years of age: If your child can safely swallow the capsule take 1 capsule daily with a meal, or as directed by your doctor or healthcare practitioner. If your child cannot easily swallow the small capsule, twist open the capsule and sprinkle contents onto cool food.
Digestive Enzyme Research
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Goodman, B.E. (2010) “Insights into digestion and absorption of major nutrients in humans,” Advances in Physiology Education, 34(2), pp. 44–53.
Ianiro, G. et al. (2016) “Digestive enzyme supplementation in gastrointestinal diseases,” Current Drug Metabolism, 17(2), pp. 187–193.
Park, S. Y., & Rew, J. S. (2015).” Is Lipase Supplementation before a High Fat Meal Helpful to Patients with Functional Dyspepsia?”. Gut and liver, 9(4), 433–434.
Suarez, F. (1999) “Digestive Diseases and Sciences”, 44(7), pp. 1317–1321.
Venkatesh P, Kasi A. (2022) “Pancrelipase Therapy” In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; PMID: 30521237.