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sierradawn
Monday, February 19, 2007, 3:48am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I'm glad I came across this thread because I am SOOOOO excited about these enzymes that I'm taking!! Before discovering these enzymes I had MASSIVE constipation problems and daily bloatedness. Seriously, I had to do an enema every day (sometimes twice a day) just to be able to go. I was extremely uncomfortable if I didn't go in a day. I was also always bloated after every meal. I also used to take a lot of Swiss Kriss, a natural laxative. I lived like this for literally 10 years.

Then I discovered Vitalzym. These are not merely digestive enzymes, but actually are systemic enzymes. These are the kind that are the catalyst for all the different functions of the body. They actually eat up scar tissue and fibrins in the body and are supposed to help with inflammation. I had arthroscopy in my hip and wanted to take something to prevent the scar tissue build up. I started taking these about the same time I got a lot more serious about the BTD. For two months, since I started taking Vitalzym, I have been having bowel movements ON MY OWN, sometimes twice a day!! I can't tell you how much of a miracle this is for me! I also noticed that I am no longer bloated AT ALL, I digest my food beautifully (I used to be able to see what I ate......) and I seem to be able to lose and maintain my weight a lot easier. I know part of it has to do with the BTD, but no supplement has TRULY performed for me as this one. My scars are noticably less fibrous, too.

However, I just discovered that the creators of Vitalzym has made and even better enzyme called Zymitol. Zymitol has magnesium, alpha lipoic acid, MSM, and rutin along with Protease, Bromelain, Papain, Amylase, Lipase and Serrapeptase. Vitalzym has only the enzymes, but also maltodextrin and a few other things. That is why I am switching to Zymitol as it has better ingredients. Vitalzym is a GREAT product, but I believe Zymitol (which basically does the same thing but even better) is a higher quality product with no fillers or preservatives and especially no maltodextrin.

Anyway, it has been one of the most pleasant surprises taking these enzymes and I highly recommend everyone take them. You can't buy them in a store but do a google search and there are plenty of online stores to get Zymitol from. Shop around....I got a bottle of 630 caps for $120. Why such a big bottle? I take around 15 a day, but you have to find a dosage that works for you.

I can almost guarantee you that it will help with your digestion, as it did for me.


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Lisalea
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I'm glad I came across this thread because I am SOOOOO excited about these enzymes that I'm taking!! Before discovering these enzymes I had MASSIVE constipation problems and daily bloatedness. Seriously, I had to do an enema every day (sometimes twice a day) just to be able to go. I was extremely uncomfortable if I didn't go in a day. I was also always bloated after every meal. I also used to take a lot of Swiss Kriss, a natural laxative. I lived like this for literally 10 years.

Then I discovered Vitalzym. These are not merely digestive enzymes, but actually are systemic enzymes. These are the kind that are the catalyst for all the different functions of the body. They actually eat up scar tissue and fibrins in the body and are supposed to help with inflammation. I had arthroscopy in my hip and wanted to take something to prevent the scar tissue build up. I started taking these about the same time I got a lot more serious about the BTD. For two months, since I started taking Vitalzym, I have been having bowel movements ON MY OWN, sometimes twice a day!! I can't tell you how much of a miracle this is for me! I also noticed that I am no longer bloated AT ALL, I digest my food beautifully (I used to be able to see what I ate......) and I seem to be able to lose and maintain my weight a lot easier. I know part of it has to do with the BTD, but no supplement has TRULY performed for me as this one. My scars are noticably less fibrous, too.

However, I just discovered that the creators of Vitalzym has made and even better enzyme called Zymitol. Zymitol has magnesium, alpha lipoic acid, MSM, and rutin along with Protease, Bromelain, Papain, Amylase, Lipase and Serrapeptase. Vitalzym has only the enzymes, but also maltodextrin and a few other things. That is why I am switching to Zymitol as it has better ingredients. Vitalzym is a GREAT product, but I believe Zymitol (which basically does the same thing but even better) is a higher quality product with no fillers or preservatives and especially no maltodextrin.

Anyway, it has been one of the most pleasant surprises taking these enzymes and I highly recommend everyone take them. You can't buy them in a store but do a google search and there are plenty of online stores to get Zymitol from. Shop around....I got a bottle of 630 caps for $120. Why such a big bottle? I take around 15 a day, but you have to find a dosage that works for you.

I can almost guarantee you that it will help with your digestion, as it did for me.




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