Nieperzymes are digestive enzymes that help break down your food, so your body can absorb more nutrients.
If you feel gassy and bloated after meals or even full after only a few bites, you should try digestive enzymes. There are three types of digestive enzymes. Enzymes called amylases break down starches into sugar molecules; proteases break down proteins into amino acids; and lipases break down fats.
Humans naturally produce different enzymes at different places in the digestive process. First in the mouth, then in the stomach, and finally, within the small intestine. Humans also possess disaccharidases, or enzymes that break the bonds between double sugar molecules, like sucrose (table sugar) and lactose (milk sugar) into two individual sugar molecules for absorption into the body.
However, unlike many animals, humans lack digestive enzymes to break down plant cell walls like cellulose, pectins and resistant starches. These are usually referred to as "fiber." Fiber is a nondigestible substance whose health benefits derive from its inability to be absorbed. Since it does not get digested, it helps to feed the healthy bacteria in the large intestine and colon.
Nieperzyme are food and digestive enzymes were formulated by Hans A. Nieper, M.D. Dr. Nieper is truly one of the greatest luminaries of this century. In addition to his research and theories in physics and Tesla technologies, he was the President of the International Association of Space Field Energy Scientists.
His research in medicine may be his best work. His discoveries of various metabolic substances, such as orotates, aspartates, arginates and AEP compounds, which are necessary in cell metabolism, has encouraged many European countries to endorse his successful "Non-Toxic" Medical protocols in their public health systems.
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Features 9 distinct food enzymes and 1.5 mg of elemental zinc.
Zinc Aspartate, Bromelain, Papain, Pancreatin, Protease, Lipase, Amylase, Rustin, Trypsin, Chymotrypsin, Plasdone, Solka Floc, Lubritab, Emocel, Ac-Di-Sol & Magnesium Stearate
Take two tablets with meals or as directed by your healthcare professional. If you are pregnant or a nursing mother, consult your healthcare professional before using this or any dietary supplement. Consult your healthcare professional before giving this or any dietary supplement to children. Keep out of reach of children.
When you’ve found a dose that works well for you, your symptoms should go away — gas, bloating and the feeling of a stone in your stomach after meals. If not, try increasing your dose slowly, by one pill per meal, giving it at least a 3 days (and up to a week) to evaluate how things are working.