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Bromelain & Papain – 10mg/100mg (100 Tablets)

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Bromelain and Papain are natural proteases (enzymes that break down proteins) found in pineapples and papayas respectively. Each Lindens Bromelain and Papain tablet provides 10mg of bromelain and 100mg of papain.

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Bromelain & Papain are enzymes derived from pineapple and papaya and they can help to digest food. These digestive enzymes can help to:

  • break down food into essential nutrients in the gut
  • improve digestion of protein, resulting in more nutritional benefit from the food you eat.
  • Bromelain may also help reduce pain, inflammation, swelling, bruising and it can speed up healing from operations, surgery and injuries

Bromelain and Papain are effective natural proteases, enzymes that digest proteins. They occur naturally in pineapples and papayas respectively and are so effective that the are often used in cooking to make meat more tender.

They were first discovered on investigation of traditional use of pineapple among the natives of Central and South America. Lindens Bromelain & Papain 10/100 Tablets each contain 10mg and 100mg of bromelain and papain respectively, in a convenient, easy swallow tablet.

Reasons to buy Bromelain & Papain from Zoom Health

  • Fast same working day or next day dispatch
  • Fast Worldwide Delivery
  • Letter box friendly packaging
  • Resealable airtight, foil fresh packaging
  • Manufactured in UK to meet all current UK legislation

Product information, as per label:

Take 1 or 2 Bromelain & Papain tablets with meals.
Bromelain (from pineapples) and papain (from papaya) are protein digesting enzymes, each tablet provides Bromelain (1200GDU/g): 10mg and Papain NF 30000: 100mg
Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children. This is a food supplement which is not a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
 
INGREDIENTS: maltodextrin, cellulose, bromelain, papain, maize starch, magnesium stearate
Note: If you are unsure about taking this supplement please consult your doctor, pharmacist or physician.

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