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New Super Digestive Enzyme, DZ10, Supercharges The Digestion Process

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) July 12, 2014

For those who are unfamiliar with enzymes, they are the reason why are bodies can readily absorb the nutrients in food. The enzymes literally break up the vitamins and minerals into tiny particles that are small enough to be absorbed by human bodies. According Dr. Henry Balzani, Medical Consultant to the DZ10 team, a lack of enzymes in regular food is the cause of many gastrointestinal health issues.

DZ10 is a product that was started by Michelle DelPresto, a mother of 3 who is passionate about fitness and health. She claims that over the years various digestive enzymes have helped her and she now wants to help others with the super enzymes she has discovered.

"You're not alone! Low or lack of vital enzymes from today's foods contributes to bloating, fatigue, IBS(irritable bowel syndrome), food allergies, stomach aches, gas, toxicity and so much more," says Johnny Mathis, a spokesperson at DZ10.

DZ10 has created a supplement that is loaded with three very powerful enzymes, Protease, Amylase and Lipase. These enzymes are well known for their ability to break down proteins, carbohydrates and fats. This is meant to counteract several of the stomach related discomforts that many adults deal with on a daily basis.

After adults reach the age of 20, their bodies begin to lose the ability to produce enzymes naturally. By the age of 50, most adults have already lost 30% of their total digestive enzymes. As the body ages, it becomes increasingly difficult to produce these chemicals. Dr. Balzani also warns that most frozen foods and foods that are made to be preserved for a prolonged period of time are completely void of any enzymes and are extremely difficult to digest.

Johnny Mathis for DZ10 was quoted as saying, "Insufficient enzyme production is at the root of much "tummy trouble" and digestive problems and it costs American’s $50 billion each year!"

The DZ10 enzyme supplement is being marketed as a product that should be taken with every, or at least most, meals. They claim that introducing these enzymes along with food into the body will greatly improve digestion. This is especially true with older individuals who suffer from digestive issues on a regular basis.

As of right now the DZ10 enzyme supplement is ready for production but the company is seeking starting funds via a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. These funds will help them to mass produce their product in a more significant way. In order to entice potential backers, the company will be offering their product at a discounted price for those who decide to contribute. Although contributors will have to wait until post-production to receive their enzyme supplements, DZ10 claims that since the product has already been formulated and manufactured the perks are guaranteed to ship. Those who take part in this pre-sale will also be allowed to provide the company with feedback on their product.

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