What’s Inside SuperbZyme?
SuperbZyme contains more than a dozen ingredients that are packed with nutrition. They include:
Broccoli (aerial parts)
Broccoli is one of the healthiest foods available and is stuffed with a huge variety of vitamins and minerals. Some of them include vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, folate, potassium and phosphorus. Broccoli is also loaded with antioxidants that can reduce the impact of free radicals and oxidative stress on the body. This can help lower the risk of heart disease and various inflammatory conditions.
The humble carrot is another superfood, containing large amounts of vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin K, potassium, carotenes, biotin, lutein, lycopene and more. Together, these nutrients can boost your body’s defense against cancer, eye disorders and elevated cholesterol.
A popular addition to salads, spinach has its own impressive nutritional profile. Specifically, it includes a lot of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, folic acid and iron. It also has a number of plant-specific compounds, including lutein and nitrates. With its impressive antioxidant count, spinach can help lower blood pressure and possibly even cancer risk.
Barley grass is the leaf of the barley plant, one of the world’s most important grains. It’s rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and fiber, along with flavonoids and polyphenols. This nutritional profile makes barley grass a popular addition to smoothies and supplements. That’s because the plant can help balance blood sugar, reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides.
Green Pepper (fruit)
Green pepper is an often-overlooked nutritional source, but it shouldn’t be. The pepper contains high amounts of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and fiber, and modest amounts of vitamin B1, copper and magnesium. Its well-rounded nutritional content means green peppers can help lower the risk of heart disease, fatty liver, and insulin resistance.
Garlic has been used for centuries in medicine, but only recently has research determined what gives garlic its health benefits. In addition to its nutritional profile (garlic has a little of everything nutritionally), garlic also contains allicin, a sulfur compound that is only present for a short time after garlic is cut or crushed.
Allicin has been connected to a range of health benefits, including improved heart, blood vessel and neurological health.
Acerola plants are native to tropical areas in the western hemisphere, and their cherry-like fruits have been used in medicine for a long time. That’s likely due to acerola’s extremely high vitamin C content, which outperforms popular fruits like oranges and strawberries.
With its high vitamin C content, acerola is a frontline choice to prevent colds and flu.
Wheat germ is prized for its nearly unmatched nutritional content. It contains vitamin B, vitamin E, fiber, iron, zinc, magnesium and phosphorus. It’s even a source of hard-to-find omega-3s.
With so much nutrition packed into such a small package, wheat germ can support many of the body’s functions, provide energy, support digestive health and improve cardiovascular performance.
Kelp grows underwater along most of the world’s coastline. Because it lives in a marine environment, its nutritional content differs from most other plants. For example, kelp is rich in iodine, an essential nutrient for thyroid function. Kelp is also very high in vitamin A, vitamin K, folate, magnesium, iron, calcium, and pantothenic acid.
Chlorella algae grows in freshwater sources and is considered a superfood by many. However, it has a tough exterior that makes it impossible to process with a supplement aid.
When cracked open, chlorella algae can provide a ton of nutrients to the body. They include vitamin C, B vitamins, iron, magnesium, zinc, copper, potassium, folic acid, calcium, a bunch of antioxidants and omega-3s. Chlorella is also packed with protein.
Blue Green Algae
Blue green algae, or spirulina, has long been a popular supplement ingredient and provides much of the same nutrition that chlorella does. It is rich in high-quality protein, along with many antioxidants and vitamins.
Rose Hips (fruit) Extract
Rose hips produce fruit-like growths that are a popular addition to tea. The plant is one of the most antioxidant and vitamin C-rich sources in existence, making it a top choice for warding off colds, flu, and the kind of inflammation that leads to heart disease.
Flaxseed is a popular add-in for smoothies and, like wheat germ, has a well-rounded nutritional profile that includes a little of everything. What it contains a lot of, though, is omega-3 fatty acids, and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) in particular. ALA is one of two essential omega-3 fatty acids and is used to create other essential compounds. It’s also important for proper cardiovascular and neurological function.
Digestive Enzyme Blend
Every dose of SuperbZyme also contains our own mix of digestive enzymes, formulated to improve nutritional uptake from foods and supplements. Our digestive blend includes protease (for proteins), amylase (for carbohydrates), lipase (for fats) and an array of enzymes designed to break down plant matter (cellulase, hemicellulase, phytase and pectinase).
There’s No Allergens in SuperbZyme
SuperbZyme is formulated for optimal nutrition, with no allergens or irritants to get in the way. You won’t find any lactose or dairy products in SuperbZyme, and you won’t find any peanuts, soy or sugar. SuperbZyme is a vegetarian-friendly supplement.
Boost Your Overall Nutrition With SuperbZyme
Getting the nutrients your body needs for optimal function should be a top priority, but it’s one all of us have trouble with. Supplementing your diet with a nutritional aid like SuperbZyme can help you cover all your nutritional needs. And because SuperbZyme is sourced from natural plant ingredients, you don’t have to worry about the effect of synthetic ingredients on your gut or health.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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