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R-Garden’s Enzyme Formulas offer a combination of potent enzymes in various forms

Dr Edward Howell who passed on in 1988 at the age of 90 spent over 50 years studying food enzymes. His research suggested that at birth we have an enzyme potential. If allowed to become deficient, we are at risk of degenerative diseases. This enzyme potential must be preserved at all costs and not wasted by forcing the metabolic enzymes that carry out the chemical reactions in our bodies to be diverted into the task of digestion, because of poor  foods choices that contain no digestive enzymes.

Enzymes are complex molecules needed for every chemical reaction in the body. Digestive enzymes break down large food molecules into smaller, readily absorbable building blocks the body requires. Nature provides enzymes in food to aid in the digestion process. But when we process, refine, overcook, or microwave our food, most, if not all, enzymes are rendered useless. When we consume cooked or highly processed foods, our digestive system has to produce the enzymes necessary to digest what was eaten.

If you're interested in additional information about Enzymes, you can read the e-book How Do Enzymes Work in Your Body  by bestselling nutritional author Stephney A. Langford.


Measuring Enzyme Activity

Specializing in enzyme assays, the Enzymedica Lab (EL) tests each batch of product for enzyme activity. Enzymes are best measured not by their weight but by determining their potential to break down a substrate. This is usually expressed in the form of active units as a measure of potency. 

measuring scientist smFor years we have devoted ourselves to perfecting procedures and methodologies for validating and enhancing enzyme potency. EL uses methodologies published from the Food Chemical Codex (FCC), a compendium of standards used internationally for establishing the quality and purity of food ingredients. By using these recognized assay procedures we ensure that the methodology utilized can be reproduced to verify accuracy and legitimacy.

Enzymedica Enzymes

The Following Enzymes Are Used
In Enzymedica Products


Amylase (Carbohydrase) Thera-blend™

  • Breaks down carbohydrates, such as starch and glycogen (polysaccharides) into smaller sugars
  • Amylase Thera-blend™ consists of no less than 2 strains of amylase
  • Measured in DU (Dextrinizing Units)

Beta Glucanase



Cellulase Thera-blend™

Diastase (See Maltase)





Invertase (Sucrase)


Lipase Thera-blend™

Maltase (Diastase, Malt Diastase)





Protease Thera-blend™



Sucrase (See Invertase)

Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)


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Ideal Enzyme Source

Approximately 80% of the enzyme supplements sold in health food stores today are plant-based. The other 20% is made up of glandular/animal-based (such as pancreatin, trypsin and chymotrypsin), and plant (bromelain and papain). It is important to understand that the assays used to measure the potency of each of these ingredients is different. Do not try to compare the active units (the measurement used to determine the potency) of a plant or glandular enzyme with a plant-based enzyme. The active units are very different. As a general rule, one active unit of plant-based enzymes can equal as much as 10 to 100 active units of the plant and glandular enzymes (depending on the food it is tested on).

Check Your Measurements

Looking at the label of an Enzymedica product you will find measurement units you may not be familiar with. These are from the Food Chemical Codex (FCC). The FCC is published by the National Academy Press and is the accepted standard of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The system for determining enzyme potency used by the American food industry is derived from the FCC. This is the ONLY National Standard for evaluation of plant-based enzymes. This system establishes activity levels and potency for enzymes. With most supplements we are used to comparisons based on weight. With enzymes we are interested in the activity and potency available. It is important to recognize there is no direct relationship between weight and units of activity.

When comparing enzyme products make sure measurements are listed using FCC standard units. Some manufacturers use their own abbreviations for labeling enzyme activity, while others use weights such as milligrams (mg). Still, others will list measurements based on dosage, which may be more than one capsule. Because of the variety of labeling formats used, it is important to read carefully and make sure you are not comparing apples to oranges.

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