We believe that BioClair Digestive Enzymes should be part of your first aid kit.
This fabulous formula has been developing and improving for about 20 years now. The formula was originally created to help a family member who experienced chronic suffering from symptoms of GERD (gastro-esophageal reflux disease); you know that painful burning sensation in the stomach, chest, esophagus and throat. BioClair Digestive Enzymes taken regularly before meals have been shown to relieve painful symptoms. As we shared the enzymes with family and friends over the years, we realized that it was also suitable for people who occasionally experience digestive issues, either from over-indulging in a rich or spicy meal, or were out eating and drinking too late and then were in discomfort or possibly couldn’t sleep because their digestive system was in over-drive. We have come to understand that BioClair Digestive Enzymes do not have to be taken with every meal to be effective, although you absolutely can take it with every meal. This is an enzyme product that you can take as you need it and that’s why we recommend that BioClair Digestive Enzymes be part of your first aid kit. We keep enzymes in our pockets or purses ready to share as do many of our family and friends.
Today’s busy fast-food lifestyle puts our digestive systems under enormous stress, and creates imbalances in the body. Our bodies, after all, are relying on our food choices and then our digestive system to deliver nutrition to the rest of our systems whether it is organs, muscles, nerves, etc. Keeping our digestive system working properly is critical to our health. We believe that BioClair Digestive Enzymes can deliver the help your body needs to do that.
We have taken the time and incurred the expense to have BioClair Digestive Enzymes patented and to be certified with a Health Canada NPN number. The claims that we make for BioClair Digestive Enzymes are in accordance with Health Canada, and are as follows:
- Digestive aid
- Helps digest proteins
- Helps prevent symptoms of lactose intolerance (including gas, bloating, cramping and diarrhea)
- Helps reduce gas production/flatulence following a meal rich in fermentable carbohydrates (such as vegetables, pulses/legumes/beans and whole grains)
- Helps prevent gastrointestinal intolerance of oligosaccharides/fermentable carbohydrates