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Streamline your pet's digestion with this complete, vegetarian based, broad spectrum enzyme supplement.
Increase meal nutrient absorption.
Relieve digestive stress.
Reduce toxin build-up.
Support healthy metabolic function. †
Ideal for dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens.
Loose Powder. Scoop Included.
Ingredients: Amylase 3,500 DU, Diastase 1,500 DP, Buffered Magnesium Bisglycinate 53,61 mg, Lipase 500 FIP, Protease 3.0 50 SAPU, Protease 6.0 4,000 HUT, Cellulase 200 CU, Bromelain 120,000 FCCPU, Beta-glucanase 10 BGU, Peptidase 500 HUT, Hemicellulase 200 HCU, Copper bisglycinate chelate 0.500 mg, Manganese bisglycinate chelate 0.313 mg, Protease 4.5 21,000 HUT, Calcium bisglycinate chelate 134.06 mg, Beet Root Fiber.
Step 1 – Add Enzyme Miracle® to your dog's or cat's food.
The serving size of Enzyme Miracle® is very small (approx 1/2 tsp), and there's a pre-measured scoop located inside your canister. Add 1 scoop per cup of pet food at each meal.
Step 2 – Mix and Serve.
The powder will disappear in your pet's food and there's virtually no taste, so there's little chance they'll notice it in there.
You can add more or less depending on your pet's condition.
Benefits of Digestive Enzymes
Animals given supplemental enzymes are known to have reduced elimination and more natural energy. By streamlining the digestive process your pet may eat less while maintaining healthy weight. Notice less signs of digestive stress, such as less shedding and gassiness.
Results may be immediate, every animal is different and will respond on their own timeline. We suggest 5-6 weeks of consistent use to establish lasting improvement. Then, continue the supplements daily for ongoing wellness.
As with any positive diet change, you can expect to see a change in stool and gas at first. In many cases, elimination and gas will increase while the body detoxifies existing pathogens; understand this is temporary. For some animals, this detox period may be more than they (or you) can comfortably handle, and in this case, we suggest starting off with a fraction of a serving and gradually increasing over the course of a few weeks while your pet adapts.
By weeks 4 to 6, you should notice much better health.
PROTEASES: Some of the most important enzymes in your dog’s digestion for catalyzing the digestion of proteins and their reduction into amino acids. Processed proteins in dog food are difficult for your dog to digest and create an “immune reaction” when the proper enzymes are not present. With plant-based protease 3.0, 6.0, and 4.5 added to the meal, the breaking down of these robust proteins into amino acids happens earlier and make them more bio-available to your dog.
AMYLASE: Responsible for breaking down carbohydrates into sugars for energy and body systems.
DIASTASE: (also a type of amylase) A key enzyme for breaking down certain carbohydrates to maltose, making more energy available from your dog’s meal.
LIPASE: Metabolizes fats and triglycerides for best cardiovascular and neural health.
CELLULASE: Breaks down fiber, which is a difficult process for dogs naturally. Without cellulase present in the diet, your dog relies mostly on fermentation to break down cellulose fiber which limits his ability to use its energy and eliminate toxins.
HEMICELLULASE: A sub-class of cellulase which breaks down the cell walls of plants. Plant fibers can be a challenge for dogs, hemicellulase remove the internal fermentation process many dogs use to break down the modern diet.
BROMELAIN: Has both systemic and digestive enzyme properties. Bromelain is a protein digesting enzyme which is also an anti-inflammatory agent. Excellent for aging or arthritic dogs.
BETA-GLUCANASE: A systemic and digestive enzyme necessary for breaking down fiber, fungi, yeast, and bacteria. Hugely beneficial for dogs battling yeast, candida, and gas associated with poor digestion.
PEPTIDASE: A sub-call of proteolytic metabolizing enzymes (protein digesting), catalyzes peptides to amino acids.