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Renew Life Adult Digestive Enzyme - Gas Stop™ Enzyme Supplement -- 60 Vegetable Capsules


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Renew Life Adult Digestive Enzyme - Gas Stop™ Enzyme Supplement Description

  • Gas Relief
  • Digestive Enzyme
  • Bloating Relief
  • Gluten Free

Fast-acting Gas Stop is specially formulated with digestive enzymes and fennel to help digest beans and other gas-forming foods, and help prevent occasional gas and bloating. Fennel seed helps soothe and relax the digestive tract, so you can feel better again. Gas Stop is made with an advanced blending process called SmartZyme to ensure that the enzymes are active over the broad range of pH levels found in your digestive system.

 

• Gas Relief: With fast-acting, potent digestible enzyme blend that helps break down gas-forming foods

• Digestive Enzyme: Formula made with enzymes and fennel to help prevent gas and bloating

• Enzyme Supplement: Dietary supplement guaranteed for quality, purity and potency through expiration

• Gluten Free


Directions

Take 2 capsules before a meal or snack contain problem food(s). May take additional capsules as needed.
Free Of
Yeast, wheat, corn, soy, gluten, salt, sugar, dairy, animal products, binders, fillers and artificial ingredients.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Gas Stop Blend680 mg*
Fennel Seed
Digestive Enzymes - Activity
  Amylase SmartZYME20000 DU*
Alpha-Galactosidase1000 GA*
  Cellulase SmartZYME3000 CU*
  Phytase40 U*
  Lipase SmartZYMEFIP*
  Protease SmartZYME10000 HUT*
  Invertase160 INVU*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable capsule (vegetable fiber and water).
Warnings

Store at 77F (25C) or below. Keep out of reach of children. Consult your healthcare professional before using this or any product if you are pregnant, nursing, or under medical supervision.

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Tips for Staying Healthy When Traveling by Plane

Plane travel comes with plenty of discomforts, from cramped seat space to hot (or freezing cold) cabin temperatures to chatty neighbors (and their crying babies). But the worst of what we’re exposed to in the air can’t be seen, heard or felt – at least not until after we’ve reached our destination and the sneezing, sore throat and coughing kicks in. Airplanes are full of germs that can cause sickness. To avoid having to hunker down in a hotel room rather than hitting the beach during your vacation, follow these prep steps for a healthier ride in the sky.

Woman at Airport Holding Passport Ready for Plane Travel | Vitacost.com/blog

Before your trip

While it’s always a good idea to eat well, stay hydrated, exercise regularly and get enough sleep, it’s especially important to take care of yourself before a vacation. Ramp up your immune system by adding a vitamin C supplement to your regimen a few weeks before you hit the road.

24 hours ‘til takeoff

Drink up! Hydrating well the day before your trip will help keep your cells in good shape and may help prevent nausea and headaches in flight.

If you’re a smoker, refrain from smoking for at least 24 hours before your flight leaves. Smoking causes pressure to build up in your lungs, where it will remain when you’re in the air. This causes lower oxygen levels in your blood and can result in headaches.

The day of travel

Be sure to eat a nutritious, warm meal before your flight to prevent hunger. If the flight is long, consider fasting during the journey, drinking only water and tea until you arrive.

It’s a good idea to pack an empty water bottle with a teaspoon of chia seeds in your carry-on bag. Once you get through security, fill the bottle with purified water. Drinking chia water will nourish your body with essential fatty acids, protein, antioxidants and fiber while also helping to fill you up and keep you satisfied.

Spirulina powder is another good take-along. Spirulina is a great source of protein and provides other potentially beneficial plant compounds. Just add a half teaspoon to a bottle of water, shake and sip throughout your flight.

Upon boarding

While cleaning crews may have picked up trash and crumbs, there’s no guarantee your seating area will be cleared of germs. Bring along some sanitizing wipes, and wipe down your tray table, arms rests and any other surface you think you’ll come in contact with during the flight.

For extra protection, use hand sanitizing wipes even after washing up in the restroom and after handling items like magazines or menus that others have touched.

In the air

Again, if possible, avoid eating while flying—especially food that’s provided on the plane. Not only do you not know where the meals and snacks come from, but their handling is just another way for germs to spread. Eating on planes also increases gas pressure in your gut, leading to digestive discomfort. Same goes for drinking alcoholic beverages, sodas or other carbonated drinks.

Stick with water to stay hydrated, and be sure to keep drinking throughout the flight (you’ll be glad to get up and use the restroom, giving you the chance to stretch your arms and legs to promote circulation). If you get nauseated on planes, bring along some ginger tea bags to help settle your stomach—just ask for some hot water.

For extra-long flights, snacks such as seeds or dried fruit are OK. I also like to pack lozenges (such as Zand Echinecea lozenges) to keep my salvia flowing and get an extra immune system boost.

And, of course, don’t forget an eye mask and neck pillow to help you rest comfortably. Bon voyage!

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