Enzymedica Expands Product Line to Include Pet Digest

Digestive Aid Safe for Mammals and Easy to Incorporate Into Diet

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla., Nov. 15, 2007 - Enzymedica, Inc., a manufacturer of indication-specific enzyme-based finished products, confirmed that its newest offering, Pet Digest, will begin shipping to health food stores in December.

Pet Digest represents Enzymedica's first product created specifically for animals. Its formula is tailored to support optimal digestion and facilitates nutrient absorption. Similar to Enzymedica's line of human enzyme supplements, Pet Digest utilizes the company's exclusive Thera-blend(TM) process to provide high-potency enzymes including protease to break down proteins, lipase for fats, and amylase for carbohydrates, all integral to enhancing proper digestion. Available in a microencapsulated powder that retails at $26.98, Pet Digest can be effectively sprinkled over dry and wet pet food without noticeable change in flavor.

"Despite attempts to provide our pets with the best bagged and canned foods, the lack of fresh, unprocessed ingredients can take its toll on a dog or cat's digestive tract," said Tom Bohager, president of Enzymedica. "As with humans, a host of related symptoms can result from poor indigestion. Pet Digest provides a high-potency, multi-spectrum enzyme formula to relieve a pet's digestive process, which can oftentimes be used as a barometer for overall health."

About Enzymedica, Inc.:
Florida-based Enzymedica, Inc., was founded in 1998 to offer consumers targeted enzyme products that address digestive issues such as food allergies and intolerances, as well as therapeutic indications such as cardiovascular issues, immune function, and inflammation. The exclusive Enzymedica Thera-blend(TM) process combines different strains of each major enzyme to work more broadly in the digestive tract and throughout the entire body. Enzymedica's products are made from only the highest quality plant and plant-based enzymes and are 100 percent vegan and vegetarian.

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