NextZyme™ 

The Next Generation of Enzymes
 

Exclusive formula only from Sedona Labs 90/550 mg V-Caps™

 


Our enzymes pass the acid test. Do yours?

Effective enzymes are essential for digestion and assimilation. NextZyme™, The Next Generation of Enzymes from Sedona Labs, delivers 18 enzymes safely to the correct pH of the stomach and small intestine -- all in one convenient vegetarian capsule. NextZyme™ acid-protected enzymes survive acid in the stomach so they work in the small intestine.

One Capsule of NextZyme™ Delivers Complete Dual Action

  • Works in stomach and small intestine
  • Acid stable in the stomach
  • Acid protected for the small intestine
  • Replaces ineffective, unprotected "vegetarian pancreatin"
  • Replaces animal pancreatin
  • Dramatically improves absorption throughout digestive tract
  • Reduces gas and bloating   
  • Broad spectrum breaks down all food groups

Do Your Enzymes Pass the Acid Test?

Sedona Labs NextZyme™ Acid Test

  1. Three enteric-coated plant enzymes (Amylase 6.6, Protease 7.0, Lipase) are soaked in an acid solution of pH 3 for two hours.
  2. The enzymes are then placed in a neutral pH 7.0 solution that matches the pH of the small intestine.
  3. The enteric coating dissolves, and all three enzymes successfully activate in the small intestine.

Why Other Enzyme Formulas Fail

"Vegetarian pancreatin" plant enzymes are ineffective unless they are protected against the acid pH of the stomach. Because almost all carbohydrate digestion takes place in the small intestine, it is especially important that a carbohydrate enzyme survives the acid of the stomach. Some enzyme manufacturers claim that plant enzymes with a specific neutral pH do not need to be protected from acid. We disagree. We put our enzymes through the acid test to guarantee they will work in the small intestine.

DID YOU KNOW...

The majority of "hydrolysis" or the enzyme breakdown of starch occurs in the small intestine? Acid-protected Amylase 6.6 in NextZyme™ successfully completes carbohydrate digestion in the small intestine.

DID YOU KNOW...

Malabsorption of carbohydrates results in bacterial fermentation, gas, bloating, water retention, and diarrhea?


 

 
Follow the Digestive Action
 

 
Stomach Breaks Down
  • Amylase 3,000 DU  complex and simple carbohydrates
  • Invertase 110 SU  high sugar carbohydrates
  • Glucoamylase 4.5 AGU  high starch carbohydrates
  • Protease 3.0 92.4 SAPU  protein
  • Bromelain 250,000 FCC PU  protein
  • Hemicellulase 320 HCU  plant fiber
  • β-Glucanase 5 BGU  complex carbohydrates
  • Phytase 21 FTU  phytic acid in whole grains, nuts and legumes
  • Malt Diastase 180 DP  carbohydrates
  • Papain 225,000 FCC PU  protein
  • Lipase 80 FCC PU  fat
  • Cellulase 90 CU  cellulose fibers
  • Lactase 100 ALU  milk
Duodenum Breaks Down
  • Protease 4.5 18,000 HUT  protein
  • Protease 6.0 9,500 HUT  protein
Small Intestine Enteric-Coated Vegetable-Type Pancreatins
  • Amylase 6.6 160 BAU  complex and simple carbohydrates
  • Protease  7.0 896 PC  protein
  • Lipase 64 FCC LU  fat

Download NextZyme™ InfoSheet Adobe Acrobat document

Download NextZyme™ pH Story Adobe Acrobat document

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA