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Prozyme 85gm Powder
Prozyme 85gm Powder

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Prozyme 85gm Powder

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  • Helps your pet get the maximum nutrition possible
  • Bio-engineered to survive the stomach's acids
  • Contians no added vitamins and minerals that could upset the balance
  • Does not get absorbed into the blood stream making it safe to use prescribed medications

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Pet Ag. Inc.

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85 g

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ProZyme Enzyme Supplement

Many of today's common pet ailments are triggered by nutritional deficiencies. While good health and behavior does start with what you feed your pet, it's the level of food nutrients its body absorbs that matters most. Top Veterinarians and Breeders agree, adding ProZyme to your pet's food helps it get the maximum nutrition possible. Most pet foods are processed for shelf life. As a result, many of the food nutrients become chemically-trapped and pass right through the digestive system. ProZyme formula's unique blend of plant-derived enzymes help unlock food nutrients and enhance metabolic absorption.

ProZyme is uniquely bio-engineered to survive the stomach's acids and works to release nutrients where metabolic absorption takes place, in the small intestine. ProZyme contains no added vitamins or minerals that could upset the balance of pet food nutrition or create a risk of excessive vitamin supplementation. In addition, ProZyme does not get absorbed into the blood stream making it safe to use with prescribed medications. Experts have attested to the effectiveness of ProZyme® in many best selling animal wellness books. Veterinarians have used the product successfully for over 30 years. Put ProZyme into your animal's dietary plan and discover a noticeable difference in as little as 2 weeks!

Please consult your veterinarian before you change anything in your pet's diet.

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