Q. What does Prozyme do?
A. Prozyme initiates the bioconversion of nutrients in animal (in vitro) and then continues this bioconversion in the gastro intestinal tract (in vitro). Thus, a higher bioavailability of food nutrients is the result.
Q. What should I use Prozyme for?
A. Use Prozyme as a food supplement to enhance the caloric and nutritional efficiency of food.
Q. Is Prozyme safe for my pet?
A. All Ingredients in Prozyme are human-food-grade.
Q. How do I administer Prozyme?
A. For best results use Prozyme with every feeding for the life of your pet. Begin by providing a small quantity and gradually increase the dosage to the appropriate amount. Dosages should be doubled for pets eight years old or older.
Q. How much Prozyme do I need for my pet?
A. Prozyme is available in a 200 gram bottle which treats 160 cups of food, and a 454 gram bottle which treats 363 cups of food.
Q. How long will it take to work?
A. If Prozyme is taken consistently and properly, allow eight weeks to start seeing results.
Q. Once I see good results, should I continue to use the Prozyme?
A. Yes! Pet food is enzyme poor. This is due to processing cooking. Without these enzymes, proper digestion usually does not occur. Use Prozyme for every feeding. Prozyme replaces these destroyed enzymes and allows proper digestion to occur.
Q. Can Prozyme help work with pets of any age or with other health
A. The enhanced bioavailability of the vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids is beneficial for both young and older pets, pets who are not growing properly, and those suffering from skin problems, poor coat, excessive shedding, joint problems, immune, and digestive disorders, allergies, flatulence and other conditions that will benefit from increased nutritional absorption.
Q. Will it make my pet gain weight?
A. Because of the increase in digestibility of the food, you may need to decrease your pet's food intake to avoid weight gain. You can reduce the amount of food given if your pet does not need to gain weight.
What Prozyme Does for Your Pet's Health
The best food that we feed our dogs is ONLY as good as the dog's physical ability to absorb these nutrients from the food. Digestive enzymes are substances that nature put into the bodies of our pets (and our own bodies) to unlock the nutrition contained in food. Almost every process that goes on in the body requires enzymes. Enzymes are also found in plants and raw foods, in their natural state, to aid the body produced enzymes in doing their jobs. Scientists have suggested for years that we would get more nutrition from food if we increased our intake of plant enzymes. This is especially important for our pets because they rarely eat anything in its natural state. Processed pet food contains no digestive enzymes because the enzymes are destroyed by the cooking and heating required in the manufacturing process. Since cooking kills the enzymes, there is nothing in your pets' food to help liberate the food's nutritional value. Prozyme can be the key to liberating these nutrients for your pet. Prozyme is an all natural combination of four highly purified enzymes in a palatable powder form. Unlike other enzyme formulas, the enzymes in Prozyme are entirely from plants. All Ingredients in Prozyme are human-food-grade. Prozyme is NOT a drug.
It is beneficial for pets of all ages, particularly those experiencing problems which benefit from increased nutritional absorption including:
- IMMUNE AND DIGESTIVE DISORDERS
- POOR COAT & EXCESSIVE SHEDDING
- SKIN PROBLEMS
- JOINT DIFFICULTIES
- WEIGHT PROBLEMS
The Right Approach to Better Health
Vitamins, minerals and hormones cannot work without enzymes, because they regulate all of the body's biochemical reactions. When the chemical balance is not correct, systemic problems are more frequent.
Enzymes digest food and aid in tissue repair. They are the construction workers of the body. Life depends on them. Without enzymes, the biological process stops. The immune system and all other bodily functions are weakened, compromising the body's ability to function at its optimum level.
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