Instructions and Ingredients
It is a fact of life that our bodies produce waste products that have to be removed from our bodies. With the modern lifestyle that includes fast (poor quality) foods, pollution and lack of physical exercise, it is inevitable that the body will become overloaded with toxins (waste material). These toxins are deadly. If toxins are allowed to accumulate… if the overloaded condition is not corrected, it will eventually lead to loss of health, chronic illnesses and a very low-quality and shortened life.
To correct this situation can sometimes be risky. If a person suddenly changes his diet to include raw, organic food or food supplements, a usual consequence is that the higher-quality diet will break loose and attempt to remove more toxins than the body has capacity to currently remove. It’s like trying to run five miles after five years of no exercise. To achieve either goal – good health or five miles – must be done in small steps.
In other words, all (or most) supplements or high-quality food have a general effect of helping the body remove toxins. If the supplements break loose too many toxins at one time, you will feel very sick or nauseous: this means the supplements are working… but too fast.
The following instructions should be observed when introducing any new item into your diet – whether food supplements or higher-quality foods.
[a] Take one dose (capsule, helping et cetera) per meal for three days.
If this dosage makes you feel nauseous, go three days without any dosage at all – then resume [a].
If the dosage produces no nauseous feeling, go to [b].
[b] Take two doses per meal for three days.
If no negative effects, go to [c].
If there are negative effects, reduce rate to one dose per meal for three days – then resume [b].
[c] Take three doses per meal for three days.
If no negative effects, go to [d].
If negative effects appear, reduce rate to two doses per meal for three days – then resume [c].
[d] Continue this procedure until you reach a level that produces no new positive results; then reduce or maintain that level.
Syntol contains a combination of probiotics, prebiotics and enzymes to be the first and only gentle yeast cleanse of its kind.
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Probiotic bacteria favorably alter the intestinal microflora balance, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and yeast colonies, promote good digestion, boost immune function, and increase resistance to infection. People with flourishing intestinal colonies of beneficial bacteria are better equipped to fight the growth of disease-causing bacteria. Prebiotics are soluble fibers that stimulate the growth and activity of beneficial flora. Syntol contains inulin as its prebiotic which is completely resistant to bodily digestion, able to pass safely through the stomach and into the intestine where it stimulates the growth of probiotics and bifidobacteria by fermenting and creating the ideal conditions for microflora colonization. The enzyme yeast cleanse is beneficial for the breaking down of dead and decaying yeast. This allows the body to remove the toxic yeast before it has a chance to ferment and release chemicals such as formaldehyde that are known to cause uncomfortable detox symptoms.
There is a single layer of cells between the bloodstream and the digestive waste products in our intestines. When the intestines are inhabited with normal, healthy bacterial flora, this close proximity is not a problem. The powerful digestive immune system is designed to swiftly remove toxins when a threat to the body is detected. The more waste that accumulates from a poor diet, low-grade inflammation, and/or abnormal or pathogenic bacteria, the bigger the challenge to determine what is helpful or harmful. The result of waste accumulating in the intestines will increase immune complexing and autoimmune reactivity throughout the body. Syntol directly addresses these causative factors with proteolytic enzymes and probiotics to break down harmful proteins and yeast, remove pathogens and normalize intestinal bacterial flora.
Syntol contains 3.4 Billion CFUs (Colony Forming Units) of various non-competing strains of bacteria. One of these strains is the potent B. subtilis that is a spore forming bacteria. Spore germination is a dependable means of delivering healthy flora to the intestine in less than ideal conditions. Most bacteria are susceptible to any acidic pH range, mainly thriving in the more alkaline lower GI, but spores are able to withstand a broader range of variables in regards to pH and temperature ranges. This improves the chances that the probiotic strain will properly germinate and begin the process of restoring intestinal balance.
Contents per capsule
Vitamin C: (Ascorbyl Palmitate): 5 mg.
Proprietary Blend Syntol AMD: 500 mg
Spore Germinating Probiotic Blend: three billion CFUs (Alfalfa (Aerial parts), Emblica officinalis extract (fruit), Papaya (fruit), L. Acidolphilus, L. Casei, L. Brevis, L. Helveticus, L. Lactis, L. Plantarum, Lactospore©, (B. Coagulans), L. Bulgaricus, B. Bacterium, S. Bulardi)
Syntol Digestive Yeast Cleanse: Cellulasse, Protease, Hemicellulase, Lepase, Serrapeptase
Syntol Prebiotic blend: Nutrafloar© (Short-chain FOS), Trace Minerals
Neprinol is the strongest blend of systemic enzymes in the world!*
Neprinol’s vegetarian enzyme blend tested over six times stronger in fibrinolytic activity than the leading animal based enzyme formulation.* The enzymes in Neprinol have been clinically shown to support normal C-Reactive protein levels. In addition, Neprinol supports normal inflammatory levels by essentially purifying the blood of decayed cells, fibrin, fatty proteins and other unwanted materials that normally accumulate in the blood.
Efficacy is of the utmost importance to doctor and patient alike, and Neprinol addressed this concern with a proven potency that can be utilized by healthcare professionals. Supplementing just a few capsules per day can provide better overall relief than 30 capsules of the leading animal-based formulation. Neprinol can be recommended for both clinical use and therapeutic applications.
Contents per capsule:
Other Ingredient: Cellulose (capsule)
Serracel is made up of 99.99% pure Serratiopeptidase, more commonly known as Serrapeptase.
Originally discovered in the intestine of silkworms, the proteolytic enzyme Serrapeptase is harnessed by Arthur Andrew Medical through the isolation of the microorganism, Serratia E-15. Serrapeptase’s inherent ability to digest dead tissue enables the enzyme to successfully aid in degenerating scar tissue, cysts, blood clots, arterial plaque and allows for more fluid and natural blood flow throughout the body.
Serracel has a variety of different benefits that may help with the following:
- Sport injuries
- Promote healthy sinus activity
- Promote free joint mobility
- Muscle tears and pulls
- Surgical recovery
- Normal fluid retention such as swelling
Devacor ADS (aka Devigest)
Devacor ADS is a two-phase digestive enzyme that further assimilates nutrients during digestion. It replenishes the bicarbonates responsible for balancing the pH levels in the gastrointestinal tract, decreasing digestive sensitivities and increasing Nutrient absorption. Lactase and Xylanase have been added to facilitate the digestion of diary products and artificial food dyes respectively, while a scientifically advanced probiotic supports a healthy response to food-borne pathogens.
SUGGESTED USE: Take one capsule with 8 oz of water between meals or as directed by your health-care provider. Devacor ADS may be safely taken with other dietary supplements.
WARNING: Do not take this product without the consent of your health-care provider if you are currently taking anti-coagulants or if you are pregnant or nursing. ALSO, do not take if you have ulcers or stomach lesions.
Supplement Facts (one capsule):
Proprietary blend Devacor ADS: 625 mg
Phase 1 (upper GI tract): Bromelain, Protease SP, Peptidase, Amylase, Lipase, Maltase/Diastase 100 DP, Invertase/Sucrase 600 SU, Lactase, Cellulase, Xylanase 1500 XU.
Phase 2 (lower GI tract): Papain 1:2000, Potassium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Vegetarian Pancreatin 8X (consisting of Protease, Lipase and Amylase), Hemicellulase, Lactase, B. Coagulans.
Recent studies point out that the use of Phytase NSP Blend could have a significant effect on the absorption of divalent cations such as calcium, magnesium and iron. (Phytic acid forms insoluble complexes with cations). By virtue of its chemical nature the negatively charged phytic acid readily binds to positively charged molecules such as cations and also proteins. Phytic acid is often classified as an “anti-nutritional factor.” Plant phytates (phytic acid) are found in many plants such as corn, corn by-products, legumes, soybeans and cereal grains.
[Repeated intake of phytic acid will reduce the body’s ability to absorb essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium and iron. ALH]
By utilizing phytase in a digestive preparation it eliminates the possibility of insoluble complexes being formed and thus increases the adsorption of the cations previously mentioned.
It also hydrolyzes the bound phosphorus groups, which in turn are absorbed along with the Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Zinc.
The purpose of the addition of beta glucanase and hemicellulase is the fact that the cereal grains mentioned above also contain a high level of non-soluble polysaccharides (NSP). The NSP is mainly in the form of beta glucans, hemicellulose and arabinoxylans. The highly viscous polysaccharides bind to digestive enzymes and impair diffusion to their substrates. The anti-nutritive effect of NSP in cereals results in a depression in the digestibility of all nutrients, Therefore, a supplement blend of phytase, hemicellulase and beta glucanase will have a significant effect on increased digestion.
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