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Q. What is the shelf life of your products?

A. The shelf life of our products is generally 2 years in storage. Once opened we recommend the product is used within 6 months. The product's life can vary depending on how the product is handled, but they should be good for at least 6 months after being opened.

Q. How many servings does ProOneZyme have?

A. ProOneZyme is designed for 2-3 capsules per serving. That will give you about 30 servings.

Q. What kind of capsules are used in ProOneZyme?

A. We use vegetable stearate capsules. We use capsules so the body can more easily digest the entire capsule in the intestinal tract, thus allowing the complete absorption and utilization of the enzymes throughout the body's system.

Q. Should I refrigerate to preserve my products?

A. We do not recommend refrigeration of any of our products. They should be kept in a cool and dry area. Keep in mind, our products are all natural without any artificial preservatives, they are susceptible to contamination if not handled properly.

Q. How should I handle my products to avoid contamination?

A. Make sure your hands are clean. Avoid taking out more than the correct dosage. Avoid placing caps and droppers on any surface face down. Perform good hygiene prior to handling of your product.

Q. Your ingredient list seems like it is missing something?

A. The ingredient list on the supplement facts panel is correct. We use only necessary ingredients because our philosophy is that only ingredients that are actually good for you should go inside your body.

Q. When should I take systemic enzymes?

A. We recommend taking them on an empty stomach, with about 6 ounces of water and about 30 minutes before eating a meal. The best time to take it is before going to bed or upon rising in the morning. Depending on the medications you maybe taking, your doctor may recommend that you take the product at other times. 

Q. Are there any reasons that would prevent me from taking systemic enzymes?

A. Tell your doctor about the dietary supplements your are taking. Your doctor can tell you if there drug compatibility issues with systemic enzymes. If you have any adverse affects by using the product, you should stop taking it or reducing the amount you take to see how your body will react. Always check with your doctor before beginning any dietary supplement program. Hemophiliacs and those on prescription blood thinners should not use this or any other systemic enzymes, as the enzymes help the drugs to work better and may overly thin the blood.

Q. What is the expiration date on the product?

A. The number stamped on the bottle is our lot number. However, the last 4 digits of the lot number is the assigned expiration date for the product.

Q. How can I find more about what systemic enzymes do?

A. The internet supplies plenty of quality research documents on the subject of Systemic Enzymes. Here are some key phases you can use in your research: proteolytic enzyme benefits, systemic enzyme benefits, nattokinase, seaprose S, health benefits of protease

Q. Can I take systemic enzymes as a digestive enzyme? 

A. Yes and No! While systemic enzymes have many of the similar types of enzymes used in digestion, systemic enzymes contain specific types of enzymes designed for the rest of the body.  Often times systemic enzymes are encapsulated in time released capsules, which prevent them from releasing in the stomach and being utilized for digestion.

However, If taken with food, systemic enzymes will tend to breakdown early and some digestive enzyme benefits will be realized. The drawback is that systemic enzymes are more costly, so why not get the full benefit out of systemic enzymes while taking an digestive enzyme designed for digestion.