Now Foods Papaya Enzyme Chewable 180 Lozenges
Papain is a proteolytic enzyme which is extracted from papaya plants. Papaya Enzymes are known to help break down proteins into smaller protein fragments called peptides and amino acids. The Papain enzyme in papaya is also believed to help with the breakdown of foods and is known to help support bowel movements and digestive comfort.
What Are Papaya Enzymes Good For?
- May Help Limit Dental Plaque and Tooth Decay
- May Help Reduce Inflammation, Muscle Pain and Soreness
- Helps Breakdown Foods and Support Normal Bowel Movements
- Supports More Comfortable Digestion
- Provides Digestive Support
- Supports Protein Digestion
- Kosher and Keto Friendly
Now Foods Papaya Enzymes Customer Reviews
I suffer from gluten allergies and I'm lactose sensitive so if I eat too much of these things I get indigestion. These Papaya Lozenges work better for me than Petpo Bismo and Alkaseltzer tablets and other over the counter digestive aids.
Papaya Enzymes have definitely helped with my heartburn.
My sister recommended this product to help me with my GERD. Now Foods Papaya Enzymes bring me so much relief.
Chew or dissolve 2 lozenges in your mouth following meals or as needed.
Now Foods Papaya Enzyme Chewable 180 Lozenges Ingredients
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening. Keep out of reach of children.
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