Enzymes to Chase a "Food Coma" Away

June 10, 2010

Find yourself suffering from a “food coma” after consuming a big meal? Enzyme specialist National Enzyme Co. (Forsyth, MO) may have a solution. At this weekend’s Natural MarketPlace trade show in Las Vegas, the company will debut ZIP eX2-a new “three-tiered” supplement solution that combines enzymes, herbs, and vitamins to help consumers both increase nutrient absorption and fight the feelings of fatigue that can come from “energy-zapping digestive stress.”

Find yourself suffering from a “food coma” after consuming a big meal? Enzyme specialist National Enzyme Co. (Forsyth, MO) may have a solution. At this weekend’s Natural MarketPlace trade show in Las Vegas, the company will debut ZIP eX2-a new “three-tiered” supplement solution that combines enzymes, herbs, and vitamins to help consumers both increase nutrient absorption and fight the feelings of fatigue that can come from “energy-zapping digestive stress.”

 

Four digestive enzymes and one lipolytic blend help facilitate the digestive process naturally, reducing the energy drain that can otherwise occur. These ingredients help the body break down macronutrients found in proteins, fats, and carbohydrates into their simplest components and absorb them.

 

An added boost of B vitamins provides a stimulant-free energy boost and also supports the immune system, brain function, and metabolism. Finally, herbal ingredients work to sustain physical stamina and enhance mental alertness. The company says that these positive results last throughout the day. The product can serve as a stand-alone supplement or be customized to include other ingredients.

 

Visit National Enzyme Co. at booth #1231 for more information.