Vascuzyme : 120 Capsules

by Tustin Longevity Center

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2 Capsules

Serving Size

60

Number of Servings

Capsules

Serving Form

Description

A comprehensive multi-enzyme formula, Vascuzyme helps support normal blood circulation and vessel function, and maintains normal inflammatory balance.

CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

  • Maintains Normal Inflammatory Balance
  • Provides Support for a Healthy Immune Response
  • Supports Recovery from Exercise and Physical Stress
  • Helps Support Blood Vessel and Cardiovascular Health

OVERVIEW

Vascuzyme, a comprehensive multi-enzyme formula, helps support normal blood circulation and vessel function, and maintains normal inflammatory balance. It also promotes recovery from exercise and physical stress by supporting the breakdown of unwanted proteins, aiding the body’s natural repair processes. For a normal recovery process, Vascuzyme has applications for a broad range of health needs. Vascuzyme’s enzyme blend includes, protease, amylase, papain, trypsin, lipase, chymotrypsin, bromelain and peptidase enzymes, along with quercetin and rutin, two well-known flavonoids.

Suggested Use:

2 capsules one to three times per day on an empty stomach or as recommended by your health care professional.

INGREDIENT BENEFITS

Research

Studies have highlighted the efficacy of systemic enzyme therapy for a variety of uses, including maintaining normal inflammatory balance, nasal passage health, bronchial health, musculoskeletal health and exercise-related recovery. Research has also shown that flavonoids, such as rutin and quercetin, maintain normal inflammatory balance.

Strong peptidase enzymes have been used in both Japan and Europe for maintaining normal inflammatory balance since the early 1980’s, with systematic reviews supporting their beneficial role in lowering the release of harmful amines in various tissues, balance the bodies systemic inflammatory burden, as well as supporting the breakdown of unwanted proteins without affecting healthy tissues.

Enzymes are complex proteins that catalyze metabolic reactions throughout the body, and sufficient levels are required for optimizing many of the body’s functions. Although the body produces its own supply of enzymes, the amount produced can vary from person to person and is affected by age, diet, biochemistry, and stress. Enzymes fall into three broad categories: metabolic enzymes, manufactured by cells to carry out various functions; digestive enzymes, primarily manufactured by the pancreas to digest foods and absorb nutrients and food enzymes; and exogenous (from outside the body) enzymes from plants and animals, also necessary for aiding and accelerating digestion. A comprehensive multi-enzyme formula, Vascuzyme helps support normal blood circulation, vessel function, a normal inflammatory response, and promotes recovery from exercise and physical stress. By supporting the breakdown of unwanted proteins generated during injury and tissue damage for a normal recovery process, Vascuzyme has applications for a broad range of health needs. Vascuzyme’s enzyme blend includes protease, amylase, papain, trypsin, lipase, chymotrypsin, bromelain, along with quercetin and rutin, two well-known flavonoids. It is formulated with a unique delayed-release delivery system to ensure the enzymes are released intact in the small intestines.

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