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CarbXzyme 120 vegetarian capsules

CarbXzyme™ is designed to help reduce the digestion of starches and absorption of glucose while improving the digestion of protein-containing foods. This can help those who have a difficult time controlling their carbohydrate intake and are in need of blood glucose control, which can then lead to greater success with healthy weight management.

It features Phase Two Carb Controller™, a non-GMO form of a common white bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), which is a proprietary amylase inhibitor that appears to prevent starch digestion by blocking access to the active site of the enzyme in the intestines. Green Coffee Extract (GCE) contains chlorogenic acid, an organic, polyphenolic compound with antioxidant properties shown in clinical trials to support weight loss and healthy body composition through its support of proper glucose absorption in the gut and triglyceride levels in the liver. BioCore® Pro is a blend of proteases designed to optimize protein digestion throughout the digestive tract.  


Serving Size:
4 capsules

Recommended Use:
As a dietary supplement, take four capsules per day, two capsules 30 minutes before meals containing carbohydrates, or as directed by your health care practitioner.   


Color, size or shape may appear different between lots.


Does not contain gluten.

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