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Original Papaya Enzyme

Enzymes break down the nutritional components of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, making these nutrients available for the body's energy needs, cell growth and other vital functions.* Our famous PAPAYA “after-meal” supplement® is available in a variety of strengths and formulations. All are unsurpassed in quality and potency...and we're not the only ones who think so. American Health's CHEWABLE SUPER PAPAYA ENZYME PLUS was the recent winner of the 2006 Vity Awards, conducted by Vitamin Retailer® Magazine. So try one of American Health's high-powered delicious enzyme formulas after your next meal, and experience the difference for yourself!

100, 250 and 600 Chewable Tablets

Super Papaya Enzyme Plus

A sugar-free chewable containing papaya to aid digestion, assimilation, and indigestion plus peppermint and chlorophyll to freshen breath. The "After Meal" Supplement These delicious tablets are made from 100% natural ingredients: papaya fruit, papain, and protease, alpha-amylase, bromelain, lipase, and cellulose, in a base containing peppermint and chlorophyll (for refreshing taste and sweet breath) sorbitol, mannitol, and acacia.

90 and 180 Chewable Tablets
Papaya Enzyme w/Chlorophyll

These tablets are made from 100% natural ingredients including: ripe papaya, papain (a papaya enzyme), protease and alpha-amylase. Now with chlorophyll. Sweetened with sucrose, date powder, fructose.

100, 250 and 600 Chewable Tablets
TAM

Herbal Laxative Tablets are an all-natural laxative designed for the relief of occasional constipation. Their formula brings together the holistic properties of Cascara Sagrada and Senna, two popular herbals that help promote regularity. Herbal Laxative Tablets contain no harsh synthetics, so you can be assured of gentle, yet efficient, relief.

100 and 250 Tablets

 

 

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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.