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Are there any contraindications or side effects?Updated 8 months ago

The enzymes used in FODZYME’s formulation have a long history of safety. For instance, the fructan hydrolase is from an Aspergillus species source and is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) in FDA opinion letters by the FDA (see table below). Note that fructan hydrolase is a carbohydrase.

Microbially derived enzymes recognized as GRAS in opinion letters from FDA

Description of Enzyme Preparation

Carbohydrase, cellulase, glucose oxidase-catalase, pectinase, and lipase from Aspergillus niger

Carbohydrase and protease from Aspergillus oryzae

Carbohydrase and protease from Bacillus subtilis

Invertase from edible baker's yeast or brewer's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)

Those with galactosemia, a highly rare, hereditary condition, should consult with their healthcare provider about using FODZYME.

If you believe you are having a reaction to FODZYME, please discontinue use immediately and reach out to your healthcare provider. Email [email protected] to let us know.

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