Bioptimizers Masszymes

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Absorption Is Everything… How To Increase The Bioavailability Of Your Protein

Potent enzymes called proteases break down protein into absorbable, amino acids… which are what your body needs for thousands of functions.

It doesn’t matter if you’re consuming 30 grams of protein… or 300 grams of protein — if you don’t have a sufficient supply of enzymes to digest the protein, your body will be starving for those vital building blocks.

A great enzyme formula contains various proteases that work at different pH levels. This ensures that the protein gets broken down into amino acids at every stage of digestion.

If you’re eating meat, fish and eggs, enzymes are even more crucial because every time you eat cooked food, your body withdraws enzymes from your “enzyme bank account” to digest the meal.

The more cooked food you eat (this includes almost every protein powder) — the worse it gets.

The enzymes get drained faster and faster… leading to digestive nightmares. All this undigested protein leads to a disgusting caked up intestinal tract that blocks amino acid absorption.

The truth is: if you’re not using enzymes — you’ve got a serious handicap when it comes to absorbing nutrientss. You’re lucky if you’re absorbing 40% of the protein from your food.

Watch Enzymes Break Down a Piece of Steak Right Before Your Eyes

Click the video below to watch the MassZymes meat experiment and see them turn the beef into a pool of amino acids.

The Shocking Truth About Enzyme Formulations

Before you run out and buy a bottle of enzymes, you need to know exactly what to look for.

The sad truth is most enzymes are of little to no value if you want to build muscle.

The hefty costs stop most companies from developing and stabilizing proteolytic enzymes…

And stability is crucial, because enzymes are most effective when they’re active in the broad pH range of your digestive tract.

The economics drive most supplement companies to produce cheap, weak enzymes that don’t work, in order to inflate their profits.

Instead, they produce enzymes that are either: animal based, enterically coated or contain little to no protease.

Here’s The Most Critical Factor About Enzyme Supplements:

They need to be loaded with protease…

Protease is also the most expensive enzyme to produce, and there are several kinds of protease enzymes.

Most formulations are stuffed with cheap amylase (digests carbohydrates) and low quality lipase (digests fats)… while protease tends to be low in both quality and quantity.

Noticing a gap in the market, and not being able to find anything I’d use myself…

We Partnered With The Top Enzyme Scientists In The World And Created The First Ever Enzyme Formula Specifically Designed For Weightlifters, Bodybuilders And Athletes

We’re ecstatic to announce that we have developed the strongest protease enzyme formula ever: Masszymes.

That is NOT hype.

Our formula contains 85,000 HUTs of protease per capsule. There’s not a single enzyme formula on the market that can compare. We literally looked at every enzyme label we could find and they all came up short.

Enzyme Formulations: MASSZYMES Enzymedica Digest Basic ONNIT DigesTech Udo’s Choice Enzyme Blend GNC Natural Brand Now Super Enzymes
Total Protease 170,000 HUT 84,000 HUT 80,000 HUT 25,000 HUT 17,000 HUT 6,150 HUT
– Protease 6.0 20,000 HUT x x x 2,000 HUT x
– Protease 4.5 140,000 HUT x x x 15,000 HUT x
– Protease 3.0 120 SAPU x x x 15 SAPU x
– Peptidase 10,000 HUT x x x x x
Bromelain 2,000,000 FCCPU x x 100,000 FCCPU 300,000 FCCPU 1,800,000 FCCPU
Diastase 650 DP x x 540 DP 125 DP x
Invertase 850 SU 240 CU 259 SU 200 CU x x
Lactase 2,000 ALU 1,000 ALU 900 ALU 1,000 ALU x x
Alpha-galactosidase 300 GalU 250 GalU 450 GalU x x x
Amylase 15,000 DU 24,000 DU 23,000 DU 10,000 DU 7,000 DU 830 DU
Glucoamylase 20 AGU 50 AGU 50 AGU 9 AGU 11 AGU x
Lipase 2,000 FIP 1,500 FIP 3,500 FIP 250 FIP 210 FIP 3,400 FIP
Number of capsules per bottle: 250 120 60 60 240 180
Price per capsule $0.20 to $0.28 $0.33 $0.55 $0.39 $0.17 $0.09

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