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Optimum Potency Serrazimes 40,000 units

Optimum Potency Serrazimes 40,000 units

Code: SWU779

CategoryJoint Health
Type40,000 units 60 Veg Caps
Description:

  • The most potent systemic enzyme support, according to recent studies.
  • New formula with optimised efficiency, also suitable for vegetarians.
  • Supports the health of the joints, blood circulation, respiratory function and the immune system.

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  • Detailed Description

Serrapeptase is a highly proteolytic (digestive protein) enzyme that was originally discovered in the intestines of a Japanese silkworm species. After years of studies, it became clear that this unique enzyme may have a huge potential that lies in its beneficial effects on the health of the joints, circulatory support, respiratory function and immune defence. Swanson Optimum Potency Serrazimes is identifiable as an innovative source of serapeptase, suitable for vegetarians, which is cultivated in a totally natural way. It is developed by the experts working in the National Enzyme Company. The activity of serapeptase is measured in serapeptase units. Our formula provides the potent 40,000 units in each capsule.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Liquid Veggie Capsule

  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Xanthigen® Proprietary Blend: brown seaweed (Undaria pinnatifida), fucoxanthin extract, and pomegranate seed oil 200 mg *

*Daily Value not established.

Other ingredients: Rice bran oil, vegetable capsule (cellulose, chlorophyllin), palm fruit oil, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one liquid veggie capsule three times per day with food and water.

WARNING: Consult your healthcare provider before use if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription medications.

Xanthigen® is a registered trademark of Polifenoles Naturales. U.S. patent #8,367,072.
Size: 40,000 units 60 Veg Caps


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Andrea Bevini

   Andrea Bevini
   09 Jun 2014


Vi ricordate un vecchio farmaco chiamato "danzen"? Il principio attivo è quasi identico ma costa 10 volte meno: da provare. Ottima la sinergia con la bromelina

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