Education

Aminolase maximizes the benefits of protein supplements by optimizing protein absorption. It helps the body absorb more protein rather than excreting it by breaking down protein into a bio-usable form

Read More

Enzymes are the fundamental factors that are involved in the release of amino acids from proteins. Through extensive research, a powerful combination of enzymes that promote the uptake of 100% of the amino acids contained in dietary protein was formulated; this formulation is called Aminolase TPA.

Read More

Lactose is naturally found in milk and most dairy products, and as a result its name literally means “milk sugar.” For our body to use the nutrients found in lactose, an enzyme, called lactase, must split it into the two sugars it is made of

Read More

Companies that may cross-contaminate certain foods with gluten still have the ability to label a food as "Gluten Free." Additionally, there are many wheat-free foods that still contain gluten as well as other ingredients that many don't know may contain gluten such as barley and rye.

Read More

A common question we often hear is when and how one should be taking our products. Since nearly every single person's daily supplement regimen and routine differs, our goal is to simplify this once and for all.

Read More

The reality is that we formulate our products with health benefits in mind, not taste or smell. We have actually found that the fresher our products are, the more they "smell". But this smell can also vary from one lot to the next.

Read More

There is a common misconception of where enzymes are derived that we utilize in many of our products. There is a stark difference between where an enzyme was discovered and how its later made. One such enzyme is serrapeptase which was discovered in the silkworm.

Read More

Dietary supplements in the form of digestive enzymes can be taken with meals to support the normal digestion of foods that tend to cause gas, bloating, or indigestion. One of the most essential digestive enzymes is called Dipeptidyl peptidase, which breaks down gluten and casein.

Read More

We’ve had a few people who have mentioned they’ve had some not-so-pleasant experiences when they first started taking probiotics and in our case, Syntol. Some of our customers have reported symptoms like nausea, stomach pains, and fatigue.

Read More

Serrétia is one of the world’s strongest serrapeptase supplements, containing a minimum activity level of 250,000 units per dose. The strength of Serrétia makes it extremely effective at breaking down the proteins that inhibit healthy sinus activity and inflammatory responses

Read More

Studies conducted on Floraphage produced clinical data that supports its ability to increase the number of good bacteria in the gut while also reducing the number of harmful bacteria. One study showed that, over the course of 10 hours, Floraphage decreased the growth of E. coli significantly.

Read More

Syntol contains 13.6 billion colony forming units (CFUs) of probiotic bacteria that work to restore intestinal balance. By countering the overproduction of candida, a form of yeast, Syntol supports healthy digestion and immune responses.

Read More