elitezymeproAn All-Natural Powerful Supplement for the 21st Century

Here is the ingredient list for our Elite Zyme Pro Enzymes...

Protease: Breaks down protein. (Beef, Chicken, Fish, Vegetable Protein)

Acid Stable Protease:  Breaks down Acidic protein. (Found in various meats)

Bromelain:  Breaks down proteins.

Amylase:  Breaks down carbohydrates, starches, and sugars. (Bread, Potatoes)

Malt Diastase: Breaks down complex and simple sugars.

Lipase:  Breaks down fats and oils. (triglycerides and other lipids)

Lactase:  Aids in the digestion of lactose. Lactase breaks down lactose that is found in milk sugars. Useful for individuals suffering from lactose intolerance.

Cellulase:  Cellulase breaks down fiber, helping to solubilize nutrients from fruits and vegetables.

Invertase (Sucrase):  Breaks down table sugar.

Phytase:  Breaks down phytate which negatively binds important minerals.

Pectinase: Breaks down pectin. (Pecting - important nutrient in fruits)

Ionic Trace Minerals with Alfalfa : Provides the minerals to enhance the functions of the enzymes.  

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CAPSULES PER BOTTLE: 270 count bottle.


Directions: As a dietary supplement, adults take one capsule at the start of each meal, may take more than one if needed, or as directed by your Health Care Professional. May be taken between meals and/or before bed to aid in detoxification. For best results, adults should drink at least 8-eight ounce glasses of water daily.

Contains no corn, dairy, gluten, rice, soy, sugar, wheat or fillers. BELOW IS WHAT ONE CAPSULE CONTAINS: 


Amt/ 1 capsule

Protease - pH range is 4 to 10

150,000 FCC/HUT

Acid Stable Protease - pH range is 2 to 5 250 FCC/SAPU

Bromelain - pH range is 3.5 to 8

100 GDU

Amylase - pH range is 4 to 10

20,000 SKB

Malt Diastase - pH range is 4 to 9

250 FCC/DU

Lipase - pH range is 3 to 8

5,000 FCC/FIP

Lactase - pH range is 3 to 9

 500 FCC/ALU

Cellulase - pH range is 2.7 to 5.7

3,000 FCC/CU

Invertase (same as Sucrase) - pH range is 3.5 to 5.5

800 Sumner

Phytase - pH range is 2 to 7

4 U

Pectinase - pH range is 2 to 7

2,000 AJDU

Ionic Trace Minerals (15mg) on Alfalfa (15mg)

30 MG

By looking at The Human Digestive Tract pH Range Chart below: You will notice that the enzymes in Elite-Zyme Pro is between the pH range of 2 to 10.


The Enzyme Comparison Chart

Microbial or fungal enzymes are the only enzymes that digest all of the major food groups in the widest possible pH range while remaining free of any animal content (see below for details).

Type of Enzyme  (Source) Pancreatin (Animal) Pepsin (Animal) Bromelain (Pineapple) Papain (Papaya) Thropps Nutrition
(Plant Derived*)
pH >7 >4 3-8 3-10 1-12
Protein Yes Yes Some Some Yes
Carbs Some No No No Yes
Fat Some No No No Yes
Fiber No No No No Yes
Milk No No No No Yes

*Aspergillus Orzae, Aspergillus Niger, Rhizopus Oryzae, Pineapple & Saccharomyces.

Where do enzymes come from?  Enzymes come from one of three sources;  plants, animals, or microbes (see Enzyme Comparison Chart above).  Plant enzymes (bromelain and papain) work in a wide pH range but only digest some proteins.  Animal enzymes (pepsin, pancreatin) work in a very limited pH range and only digest some of the food groups.  The microbial enzymes (Elite-Zyme Pro) are the only ones that work in a wide pH range and will digest all of the food groups.

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