USA: Free Shipping Over $90 | CAN: Free Shipping Over $150 | International: Free Shipping Over $200
MassZymes 250 caps
MassZymes Digestive Enzyme Supplement for Women and Men (250 caps)
Crank Your Muscle Gains To New Heights By Transforming 1 Gram Of Protein Into 3 Grams with the best supplement for digestive problems
- Increase your absorption of key amino acids
- Stronger, Healthier Digestion
- Boost your absorption of certain vitamins
- Increase your mental clarity and focus
- Repair damaged intestinal wall
- Decreases need for sleep and recovery
- Contains 100,000 HUTs of protease per capsule
$75 or $62/month
MassZymes Nutritional Facts
- Designed to aid digestion and support digestive issues
- Breaks down fats, starches and sugars
- Increases energy
- Promotes good brain health
- Replaces naturally-occurring processing, irradiation and cooking
- Improves assimilation and utilization of food into amino acids that assist with not only overall health but brain health as well
- Eliminates brain fog
Designed to be taken with meals and protein shakes.Take 3 capsules with each meal. May take 1-3 capsules with each meal and 1-2 capsules in between the meals. Store in a cool / dry location.
Made in the USA
Systemic enzymes are taken on an empty stomach as digestion will interfere with their effectiveness. We suggest you take our Masszymes first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, or during the day to elicit a systemic enzymatic effect. To improve digestion take Masszymes a few minutes before each meal of the day. **Please Note: Our enzymes can be used both for food digestion and on an empty stomach as well. When you take our MassZymes on an empty stomach they become metabolic. If you take them with the food they become digestive.
No! The enzymes we recommend are perfectly safe to consume. Some people with gastritis or ulcers may not be able to consume them. But be sure to consult your health professional and ask him/her if enzymes are safe for you to use.
No. Most brands sold in stores only work at a very narrow PH level, which means they get destroyed during the digestive process. Our Full Spectrum enzymes work at a PH range between 2 and 12, which maximizes its digestive effects. Plus our supplement is the most powerful protease supplement on the market. Also, due to the high protease count in our MassZymes, this can actually help reduce strength loss, and boost short-term strength recovery too when you train.
Here is the scientific proof:
We use stabilized hypoallergenic rice bran as an agent to prolong the shelf life of the enzymes which can become activated by moisture. By including a stabilized hypoallergenic rice bran we are able to offer longer shelf life and improved effectiveness of the product.
No...our enzymes not only break down protein but also carbohydrates, fats & sugars. The Protease in our enzymes breaks down protein. The Amylase in our enzymes breaks down carbohydrates and Lipase breaks down fats in our body.
Yes, they are. The capsules are cellulose (Wade the co-founder is vegetarian). The enzymes are fermented using plants.
Yes, children can take this product. Give them 1 capsule every 44 lbs body weight.
Yes, you can empty the contents of this product in your beverage of choice.
You can follow the recommended dosage on the label, but Wade Lightheart (co-founder/creator of the BiOptimizers product line) suggests 3 Levels you can follow while taking this product. Please see this document for more details.
Enzymes Supplement FAQ’s:
Digestive enzymes are proteins that break down foods in your digestive tract into smaller units that can be absorbed into your bloodstream.
These enzymes are produced by your salivary glands, the secretory cells in the stomach and small intestines, and the pancreas. If the enzymes are produced outside of the gut, it’s in the pro-enzyme forms that become activated once it reaches inside the gut. For example, pepsins, a protein-digesting enzyme, are produced and secreted as pepsinogens before the stomach acid activates it.
Enzymes can also come along with your foods, such as cellulase in fermented foods, bromelain in pineapple, and papain in papaya. The enzymes in raw foods is why fruits can be used in marinades to tenderize meat.
Digestive enzymes can be broken down into groups based on what they digest, including:
- Proteases, which digest proteins into short snippets (peptides)
- Peptidases, which digest peptides into amino acids
- Amylase and diastase, which digest starch
- Invertase, which breaks down sucrose (table sugar) into glucose and fructose
- Lactase, which breaks down lactose into glucose and galactose
- Lipase, which breaks down fats into fatty acids and glycerol
- Alpha-galactosidase can break down the gas-inducing sugars from legumes and some vegetables without creating the gas
- Phytase, which breaks down phytic acid and improves the absorption of minerals
- Cell wall-digesting enzymes, such as hemicellulase, beta-glucanase, and pectinase. Beta-glucanase specifically helps break down the cell walls of yeasts and bacteria, and their biofilms.
- Systemic enzymes, such as bromelain and the enzymes in AstraZymeTM, which are special proteases that can get absorbed into the bloodstream
Proteases can help you digest proteins, so your body can use the amino acids. Incompletely digested proteins can cause food allergies or sensitivity. High-quality proteases also improve the quality or availability of amino acids from plant-based proteins, which is why Wade relied on MassZymes for his plant-based bodybuilding career. Other bodybuilders also find that they need less protein for the same results once they take MassZymes.
Some proteases, like bromelain and the enzymes in Astrazyme, can get absorbed into the bloodstream. These enzymes promote healthy tissue healing and balanced immune responses. One study showed that systemic enzymes improved strength in people who were less strength-trained. It also improved the inflammatory, metabolic, and immune responses to training, which aids in recovery.
To optimize your digestion and reduce bloating, it is important to:
- Eat slowly and mindfully. Chew your food well and don’t eat distracted.
- You may find certain foods to be a trigger for indigestion and other digestive symptoms. You want to avoid these foods.
- Manage stress.
- Eat a healthy diet
- Eat enough fiber and good fats
MassZymes can help you optimize your enzyme levels in a meal, whereas HCl Breakthrough can ensure that you have enough stomach acid. P3OM and Leaky Gut Guardian are designed to help optimize digestion and gut barrier health by ensuring a healthy microbiome. Gluten Guardian can also help break down proteins that are difficult to digest and tend to trigger inflammation, such as gluten and casein.
If you have a digestive condition, first consult your physician for medical advice.
Common digestive disorders include:
- Bloating, belching, and gas, which often arise from poor digestion and an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine
- Acid reflux or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), caused by low stomach acid and an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine that produce gas in the gut
- Irritable bowel syndrome, such as constipation, diarrhea, or a combination of both. It can be caused by food allergies, stress, reduced gut movement, or small intestine bacterial overgrowth.
- Food allergies and sensitivities may result in non-digestive symptoms, but these start from poor digestion, leaky gut, and immune imbalance.
- Post-meal fatigue, which is also caused by poor digestion and sometimes inflammation from food sensitivities
- Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease where the immune system confuses gluten with an invader, causing the immune system to attack the small intestine.
- Inflammatory Bowel Diseases are a group of autoimmune disorders where the gut immune system confuses food or the gut bacteria for pathogens.
Many factors can cause or trigger a digestive disorder, including:
- Food allergy, insensitivities, or intolerances
- Unhealthy eating habits, such as eating distracted or in a hurry
- Unhealthy diet lacking fiber, micronutrients, omega-3, and antioxidants
- Autoimmunity, an imbalance in your immune system that causes your body to attack itself, such as Celiac disease or inflammatory bowel disease.
- Nutrient deficiencies, such as zinc and vitamin D
- Infections, such as Helicobacter pylori and parasites
- Imbalances in gut bacteria (dysbiosis) caused by stress, unhealthy diet, infections, and chronic inflammation. Dysbiosis can cause digestive symptoms and negative effects on all other aspects of health.
- Leaky and inflamed gut lining, reducing digestive enzymes and protective mucus
Your gut is the interface where all your nutrients come into your body. Also it is where 80% of your immune system and much of your nervous system reside. If your goal is to optimize health, aesthetic, and performance, then you should always keep your digestion optimized.
Symptoms of poor digestion are not normal and should always be addressed. If your digestion is optimal, food will simply take away hunger; you will not feel a heavy stomach, bloating, pain, or fatigue after meals.
Subscribe and Save 53%, One Time Payment
Biohackers, Doctors, Scientists, Health And Fitness Leaders Who Love BiOptimizers
YOUR ORDER IS PROTECTED BY OUR 1 YEAR (365 DAY)
FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.
If you're not happy with MassZymes for any reason anytime between today and 365 days from now, we'll refund you the full amount you paid for shipping. No questions asked. Our customer happiness team will take complete care of you.