180 capsules per bottle
Protease taken between meals may be beneficial in cases of:
People who have Gastritis, or Gastric or Duodenal Ulcers should first take Gastro until conditions are alleviated.
If you take Protease when you have the previously mentioned gastric conditions you may experience a burning sensation.*
Protease contains a large amount of protease and should be taken on an empty stomach to maximize its ability to break down protein-based invaders in the bloodstream. If Protease is taken with food in the stomach, it will begin to work on digesting that food instead of going directly into the bloodstream.*
However, if red meat is a part of your meal, Protease may be taken with Digestive for that meal to help breakdown the protein in the stomach.*
Protease may be taken by children. Simply open the capsules and mix the powder with a non-protein liquid or a very small amount of apple juice.*
Parasites, fungal forms, and bacteria are protein-based organisms that are dissolved by Protease. Viruses have a protein-based film covering the nucleic acids inside. Cellular debris, undigested protein, and toxins in the blood are broken down by Protease, saving the immune system the extra work of having to rid the blood of these undesirable elements.*
Supplement Facts: See attached picture
Other ingredients: Vegetable capsule (HPMC, water), maltodextrin (as enzyme carrier), and l-leucine.
This product contains NO yeast, wheat gluten, milk/dairy, sodium, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, preservatives or flavoring.
Three (3) capsules immediately upon rising and three (3) just before bed or between meals on an empty stomach (2) hours after a meal or 1 hour before eating, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Protease taken between meals may be beneficial in cases of infection, fever, inflammation, lowered immune response, hypoglycemia, PMS, osteoporosis, candida, acne, cold/flu, and acute traumatic injuries.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.