Top veterinarians and breeders agree, adding ProZyme to your pet's food helps them get the maximum nutrition possible.
Many of today's common pet ailments are triggered by nutritional deficiencies. While good health and behavior does start with what you feed your pet– its the level of food nutrients their body is absorbing that matters most.
ProZyme is uniquely formulated to release nutrients where metabolic absorption takes place– in the small intestine. ProZyme contains no added vitamins or minerals that could upset the balance of pet food nutrition or create a risk of excessive vitamin supplementation. In addition, ProZyme does not get absorbed into the blood stream, making it safe to use with prescribed medications.
Couple Prozyme with a probiotic like Probios Digestive Dog Tabs for maximum digestive efficiency and balance.
Please consult your veterinarian before you change anything in your pet's diet.
Just 1/4 teaspoon per cup of food is all it takes for great results. To begin, you can use 1/4 teaspoon or if you have concerns about starting with the full amount, start with 1/8 teaspoon and work your way up to the full serving. For senior pets, you can increase the serving to 1/2 teaspoon per cup of food.
Lactose (milk sugar manufactured from fresh whey), Aspergillus oryzae (alpha-amylase) fermentation product dehydrated, Aspergillus niger (lipase and cellulase) fermentation product dehydrated and Bromelain derived from ananas comosus (protease) dehydrated.
Crude Protein 1.0% Min Crude Fat 0.0% Min Crude Fiber 0.5% Max Moisture 6.0% Max
Alpha-Amylase (Aspergillus oryzae var.) 2000 SKBU/gram
Lipase (Aspergillus niger var.) 200 LU/gram
Cellulase (Aspergillus niger var.) 50 CCHU/gram
Protease (Ananas Comosus) 8 GDU/gram
Will ProZyme Interfere with other medications or supplements?
No, ProZyme will not interfere with medications and since it helps break down nutrients, it can actually complement other supplements.
When will I see results?
Veterinarians and pet owners report improvement from one to eight weeks after beginning consistent use (serving with each meal).
Once I have observed results do I need to keep using ProZyme?
Yes. Most foods will not contain adequate enzymes because the head used in manufacturing destroys them. Also, enzyme production in the body drops off the older an animal becomes. For best results, continue to feed ProZyme for the life of your pet.
Should I reduce the amount of food I feed my pet after he or she starts taking ProZyme?
Customer's experience indicated that less food may be needed to maintian the pet's weight. If the goal is for the animal to gain weight, do not cut back on the amount of food given.
How should I store ProZyme?
For best results, store in a dry place at room temperature, away from direct sunlight. Do not refrigerate.
I'd like to avoid feeding my pet anything that contains dairy - do you have a product that suits my needs?
ProZyme Plus is a lactose-free formulation designed for pets with a low tolerance for lactose or for pets adhering to a vegan diet.
What ProZyme product should I use for large animals?
Prozyme Equine formula is designed for horses and even has alfalfa powder to provide more flavor appeal.
Is there an expiration date on ProZyme?
No. If the product is stores properly, it should last several years. The numbers that are on thebottle are the manfacturing date and the time of day it was manufactured. For example, if the numbers on the bottle were 9105 10:15 it means that the product was manufactured on the 105th day of 2009 at 10:15.
Can you mix food with ProZyme and freeze for use later?
If feeding raw diets that need to be frozen, pre-freeze the protion and then add the Prozyme to the portion. Any Amount of water will activate the enzymes. WHile thawing the portion be sure to put the portion in your refrigerator until ready to serve.
Can Humans take Prozyme or Prozyme Plus?
These products are labeled for animals. For humans we offer TymeZyme, which is formulated and labeled for humans as it contains an additional lactase enzyme to help break down lactose.