High Potency Serrapeptase*
Serrapeptase is a potent proteolytic enzyme that has been studied for its ability to promote healthy inflammatory responses, improve circulation and support cardiovascular function.*
SerraGold™ contains a high-potency, 100% vegan Serrapeptase combined with a blend of proteolytic enzymes known to support mobility, immune function, and cardiovascular, sinus and systemic health.*
Enzymedica's Vegan Serrapeptase eliminates the need for enteric coating, making SerraGold easy on the stomach.*
An Enzymedica exclusive process that combines multiple strains of enzymes that work in specific pH levels, resulting in superior performance throughout the body.*
Usage & Notes
Recommended Use: 1 capsule daily on an empty stomach, one hour before or two hours after a meal. More may be taken as needed.
Enzymedica does not use ingredients produced using biotechnology.
Consult with a physician prior to use if pregnant or nursing.
*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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Serratiopeptidase, also known as Serrapeptase, is a proteolytic enzyme (an enzyme that breaks down protein) that has been popular in Asia and Europe for almost thirty years, but is now being recognized worldwide.
It was originally discovered in the digestive tract of the Japanese silk worm but is now derived from the bacteria of the genus Serratia.
Serrapeptase has the ability to survive the digestive tract and remain active while circulating throughout the body. It has been studied for its ability to promote healthy inflammatory responses, improve circulation and support cardiovascular function.*1
SerraGold contains high-potency Serrapeptase combined with a blend of proteolytic enzymes known to support mobility, immune function, cardiovascular, sinus and systemic health.*
The vegan serrapeptase in SerraGold eliminates the need for enteric coating.*
1 Ghagat, S., Agarwal, M. and Roy, V. “Serratiopeptidase: A Systemic Review of the Existing Evidence.” International Journal of Surgery, (2013) 11, 209-217.