Enzymes, Inc. Features WellZymes at Expo East

Leader in enzyme based nutritional supplements for the health care practitioner market presents WellZymes for health conscious consumers

Parkville, Missouri (October 3, 2006) – After over two decades of providing digestive and systemic enzyme supplements to health care practitioners, Enzymes, Inc. is introducing the WellZymes product line to the retail market.

“We have utilized our two decades of experience in the health care practitioner market to develop a professional quality enzyme supplement for the health conscious consumer,” said company representative Andrew Turner.

The WellZymes line of enzyme supplements includes over 20 digestive and systemic vegetarian formulas in balanced combinations – often including probiotics, herbal extracts, natural source vitamins and minerals, and whole food concentrates – targeted to specific health concerns.

“Our WellZymes line has been getting a lot of attention lately,” explains Turner. “These formulations are included in MicroMiracles: Discover the Healing Power of Enzymes, the most recent book by Ellen Cutler. It was just released in the UK as well, under the title Enzymes for Health and Healing.”

Enzymes remain somewhat of a nascent field of health care and supplementation, but they are rapidly gaining momentum. They have received mention in several recent publications including: Let’s Live, Townsend Letter, and Healthy Aging, among others. In addition, WellZymes are specifically mentioned in multiple recent issues of First for Women and will be featured in upcoming issues of Better Nutrition and Health Supplement Retailer (soon to be Natural Products Marketplace).

For more information about the WellZymes line of digestive and systemic enzyme supplements, visit booth # 2019 during the Natural Products Expo East at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland, October 4-7, 2006, and visit www.wellzymes.com.


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