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What is the difference between a food allergy and food intolerance?

A food allergy and food intolerance are different in several ways. A food allergy involves a negative response by the body's immune system to the protein in a food and typically requires avoidance of the allergen-containing food for life. On the othe

Are you involved in any research studies?

We have recently published the results of our in-vitro experiment here. Our results suggest dietary supplementation with FODZYME® would decrease intestinal FODMAP burden and gas production.

How does FODZYME® impact the prebiotic effects of high FODMAP foods?

Prebiotic fibers are an essential component of a healthy diet. FODMAPs are one type of prebiotic fiber that nourish our gut bacteria via a process called fermentation. During fermentation, gut bacteria produce various byproducts, some of which have b

FODZYME® Clinical Brief

FODZYME®: an effective and targeted approach to FODMAP intolerance

Why is FODZYME a powder when most enzyme products are in a capsule/caplet?

We love being asked this question because we get to geek out about our discoveries! We know from extensive testing that mixing enzymes directly into food is the most effective way to deliver an enzyme supplement. This is because the enzymes need to m

Is FODZYME clinically proven to work?

We spent the last year running in-house clinical experiments to validate the efficacy of FODZYME on FODMAPs. Our experiments involved consuming absurd amounts of FODMAPs (e.g. 5 FiberOne bars at a time which are packed with fructans) to test and str

Is FODZYME safe? Has it been approved by the FDA?

By law, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates the supplement space but does not pre-approve dietary supplements. This is why we have on our website and product labels the disclaimer: “These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and

What are FODMAPs?

FODMAPs are a family of hard-to-digest carbohydrates and notorious gut symptom triggers (gas, abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea and constipation) — especially for individuals with conditions like Irritable Bowel Syndrome. FODMAP stands for fermentab