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Wobenzym N

Wobenzym N was designed using a sophisticated combination of the plant-based enzymes bromelain (pineapple extract) and papain (papaya extract), natural pancreatic enzymes trypsin and chymotrypsin, and the antioxidant flavonoid rutin.

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What are Enzymes, and how are they organized?

Enzymes are protein molecules that control biochemical reactions. They allow certain metabolic processes to take place that otherwise would not occur without their presence. Enzymes assist in converting one substance (called a substrate) into another substance. During this process, the enzyme itself is not consumed and is available to perform its function over and over.

The German physician William Friedrich was the first to use the term "enzyme". Since 1897, the term is generally used within the scientific realm to refer to all biocatalysts.

Structurally, all enzymes consist of chains of amino acids. There are 20 amino acids from which all protein are composed. It is the specific sequence and tridimensional nature of amino acids that determine the spatial structure and function of an enzyme.

Many enzymes also contain components that are not amino acids, but are critical to their proper function. These components are referred to as co-factors. An example of a co-factor could be a specific vitamin or mineral that helps the enzyme catalyze a particular reaction.

What are enzymes?  

Enzymes may only exert their effect in a certain range of pH values and temperatures. They are very sensitive, and are typically destroyed to a large extent by the gastric acid within our stomachs. Active enzymes play a crucial role in supporting all immune system functions.  

How do Enzymes Work?

Science has been able to identify approximately 3,000 enzymes in the body, each with a very specific role. Most enzymes are used for the body's normal metabolic processes (digestion, breathing). Certain enzymes control the production of important hormones in the body. Enzymes also destroy environmental toxins and free radicals that are formed both from endogenous and exogenous sources. 

Enzymes have an active center. Under a powerful microscope, this is the area that often looks like a concavity or a depression. Certain materials fit into this depression causing the enzyme to convert and change. In the case of proteolytic enzymes (which break down protein), protein molecules attach to the active center of the enzyme, and then the amino acids divide in specific locations. Each enzyme is substrate specific and catalyzes a small number of reactions. These reactions often take place in series often referred to as a cascade. Enzyme cascades allow multiple controls over a large number of processes.

Through a chemical reaction, enzymes ensure that a specific balance ultimately results between the substrate and the final product.

"Systemic enzyme support" consists of ingesting combinations of different enzymes, which modulate the natural reactions in the body. Specifically, these enzymes can help support healthy blood flow and the immune system*. Enzymes are like the police officers of our bodies that regulate its biochemical reactions.  

Enzyme Effectiveness What does "systemic enzyme support" mean?

The term "systemic enzyme support" describes an approach, in which enzyme products influence various regulatory and communication systems of the body, specifically the immune system. A balanced immune system is a prerequisite for the condition we all want: good health.

In order to ensure that the systemic effect of the enzyme therapy unfolds, active enzyme molecules must be available in the small intestine for absorption. In order to penetrate through the acidic environment of the stomach, enzyme tablets must be enteric-coated in order to reach their appropriate target.

Specific enzymes used in a systemic enzyme formulation have effects on different functions in the body. In order to have a maximal effect, a combination of plant-based enzymes (bromelain and papain), with animal-based enzymes including trypsin and chymotrypsin is necessary.

Where is systemic enzyme support used?

There are many areas of application for systemic enzyme support. Enzymes support the body in a number of areas, including healthy blood flow, immune support, joint health as well as others.* Enzymes in tablet form

In order for the enzymes not to be destroyed, the tablet must be coated to allow the enzymes to reach the small intestine where they can be absorbed. It is also very important to take enzyme tablets on an empty stomach, at least 30 minutes to 1 hour before meals. The enzymes have a better chance of absorption through the intestinal walls and ultimately into the blood. Who should take enzymes only under medical supervision?
  • Pregnant women or nursing mothers
  • Patients with bleeding disorders or taking medication altering the ability of the blood to clot (such as warfarin)
  • Patients with liver or kidney problems
* This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

1. What is a Wobenzym N?

Wobenzym N is a clinically supported combination of specific enteric-coated enzymes and the leading natural solution in systemic enzymes. Dr. Max Wolf designed Wobenzym N using a sophisticated combination of the plant based enzymes bromelain (pineapple extract) and papain (papaya extract), natural pancreatic enzymes trypsin and chymotrypsin, and the antioxidant flavonoid rutin. Each Wobenzym N tablet is protected by an enteric-coated shell. This ensures that enzymes can bypass the acidic environment of the stomach and reach the small intestine where they can be absorbed and utilized. Wobenzym N's precise enzyme formulation assists the body's maintenance and support of a healthy immune system.*

2. What is systemic enzyme support?

 "Systemic enzyme support" describes an approach whereby enzymes are utilized to assist the body's various regulatory and communication systems, specifically the immune system. A balanced immune system is a prerequisite for the condition we all want: good health. In order to make sure that the systemic effect of the enzyme support succeeds, active enzyme molecules must be available in the small intestine for absorption. 3. Why should I take Wobenzym N? Taking Wobenzym N as directed will assist your body's natural function in the:
  • Promotion of healthy joints and muscles*
  • Stimulation of healthy circulation*
  • Strengthening of the immune system*
  • Improvement of health and aging process*
4. Is Wobenzym N safe to use?

Wobenzym N is extremely safe and has been used by over 100 million people for over 40 years all around the world without a single instance or documented case of significant harm. Over 70 million dollars have been spent on decades of clinical studies assessing the benefits of Wobenzym N with results indicating the product to be very safe.

5. Are there any special precautions?
  • Wobenzym N should not be taken by individuals who are pregnant or breast feeding
  • Wobenzym N should not be taken by individuals suffering from bleeding disorders or liver damage
  • Wobenzym N should not be taken by individuals who are on anticoagulant drugs (such as Warfarin)
  • Wobenzym N should not be taken in combination with Aspirin
  • Wobenzym N can be taken with antibiotics
6. Does Wobenzym N have any side effects? Some people have experienced small digestive disruptions such as diarrhea and excess gas. This can be minimized by taking smaller serving sizes more frequently throughout the day. If these symptoms persist, consult with your healthcare practitioner.

7. Are there ingredients in Wobenzym N that may affect my food allergies? All of the ingredients used in the formulation of Wobenzym N are listed on the bottle label. If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients listed on the label, specifically pineapple, papaya, rutin, trypsin or chemotrypsin, please contact you healthcare practitioner for further direction. Wobenzym N is manufactured under the strictest cGMP conditions and is free of contaminants.

8. What are the potential uses of Wobenzym N? Potential Uses Wobenzym  N Benefit Joint Health Wobenzym N supports joint health and mobility.* Healthy Circulation Support Wobenzym N promotes healthy blood flow.* Immune System Support Wobenzym N is used by many people in the maintenance and support of a balanced immune system.* Sports Injury Recovery Wobenzym N has been used for many years in the relief of muscle pain following exercise and other repetitive motion.* Healthy Aging As we age, the body's homeostasis begins to shift. Wobenzym N assists in healthy immune function at any age.*

9. How should I take Wobenzym N?
Direction of Use Explanation When should I take Wobenzym N? We recommend that you take Wobenzym N on an empty stomach at least 30 minutes prior to your next meal or at least 2 hours after your last meal.

How should I take Wobenzym N?
The Wobenzym N tablets need to be swallowed with a glass of water making sure not to chew the tablets. This will prevent damage to the enteric coated protective layer of the tablet. This coating allows the tablets to arrive at the small intestine where they can be effectively absorbed.

Can I take Wobenzym N with any liquid?
No, in order for Wobenzym N to function properly it should be taken with a glass of water at room temperature or below. If Wobenzym N is taken with a warm to hot liquid such as coffee or tea the enteric coating on the tablets may be compromised. Taking the tablets with milk may disturb the absorption of enzymes within the small intestine.

What is the appropriate serving size of Wobenzym N?
The recommended serving size for the maintenance of good immune and circulatory function is three (3) tablets. However, this can be increased as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.

How many servings should I take per day?
The recommended number of servings per day for the maintenance of good immune and circulatory function is twice (2) per day. However, this can be increased as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.

Can I accidentally take too many?
 The 160 clinical studies assessing the benefits of Wobenzym N suggest that if the amount of enzymes ingested exceeds the body's need it is simply excreted through regular bowel movement. Over 100 million people have taken Wobenzym N with no indication of toxicity.

When should I stop taking Wobenzym N?
Wobenzym N should be taken as recommended by your healthcare practitioner. It should be noted that Wobenzym N can and has been used by people for over 60 years for continual immune support.

Why do I have to take so many tablets?
Enzymes are rather large protein molecules. As such only small percentages are absorbed and pass through the intestinal wall and reach the bloodstream. Therefore, the quantity of tablets consumed is crucial to ensure adequate absorption. * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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