Smidge (Organic3 GUTzyme), Digestive Enzymes - 120 Capsules


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Organic 3 GUTzyme Enzyme Supplement - 120 Capsules
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Smidge™ Digestive Enzymes

Smidge™ Digestive Enzymes Supplement is a potent, full-spectrum enzyme blend of plant/microbial-based enzymes for maximal support of intestinal functioning.

*This product is recommended for those who already have sufficient HCL levels wanting to maximize their absorption of fats, proteins, minerals, and other nutrients and maintain healthy intestinal functioning.

Smidge™ Digestive Enzyme Supplement Formula

  • Helps with the digestion and absorption of proteins
  • Discourages the survival of harmful microorganisms
  • Promotes absorption of minerals

Other Benefits Include

  • Three different types of Lipase to maximize the absorption of healthy fats and oils
  • Phytase to boost mineral bioavailability and absorption
  • Protease to assist in the proper digestion of protein
  • Amylase to break down starchy foods
  • Lactase to help digest milk sugar
  • Dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP-IV) activity supports optimal cleaving of casein and gluten and their exorphin peptides (casomorphin and gluteomorphin
  • Assists protein breakdown but avoids excessive amounts of proteases that may irritate or inflame GI tissues
  • Free of all maltodextrin (wheat, rice or corn derived) commonly used as a base in enzyme raw materials

Dosage and Suggest Use

  • Take 1 capsule before each meal.
  • For children and sensitive adults, a smaller dose may be obtained by pulling apart the capsule and taking a portion of the contents.
  • Smidge™ Digestive Enzyme does not require refrigeration.
  • Should not be taken by those with stomach or duodenal ulcers

Warning: Smidge® Digestive Enzymes are not recommended for children under the age of 3, unless otherwise prescribed by a physician. Also, please avoid if you have mold sensitivities, an Aspergillus allergy, or a compromised immune system, as the enzymes are derived from Aspergillus (fungus) via fermentation.