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Metabolic Systemic Enzymes - Excellacor
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Metabolic Systemic Enzymes / Excellacor
Excellacor (formerly known as Exclzyme) vs Vitalzym**

    Brand                                 Enteric Coated Serrapeptase         Serrapeptase Manufacturing Source         Price

    Original Vitalzym (2000-2009)                                  Yes                                                                India                                     $114.00
           
    “Original” Vitalzym (Current)                                     No                                                                 Japan                                    $114.00

    Vitalzym 360 Liquid Capsules (Current)                   Yes                                                                Japan                                    $149.99

    Original Excellacor                                               Yes                                                                 India                                     $99.95

If your systemic enzyme supplement has changed, we have the original formula.

Some companies claim to continue to carry the original formula. One easy way to check is to see if the bottle says the enzyme serrapeptase is
enteric-coated. Serrapeptase, sourced from the bacterium Serratia marcescens  is the key ingredient in the original Full-Strength Excellacor.
This key ingredient must be enteric coated so it can pass through the acid environment of the stomach without being damaged.

And as for the new formulas on the market claiming to be stronger or more technologically advanced: the proof is in the results.

There is an underlying art when it comes to manufacturing enzyme products. Systemic enzyme blends must be formulated professionally for
maximum effectiveness. In fact, alterations to an already successful systemic enzyme product may not provide the same results you’ve come to
expect.

Many companies, including ours, use proprietary formulas to protect their products from being copied and used by others. But all companies
must list all of the ingredients by name, and rank the ingredients according to the percentage amounts in the formula. For instance, in the
original Excellacor formula, enteric-coated serrapeptase is listed on our ingredient list as the second most prevalent ingredient in our
formulation.

If your “new and improved” systemic formula does not list enteric coated serrapeptase as the second ingredient, you are probably not getting
the most out of your systemic enzyme formula. Serrapeptase has always been the hallmark of the original Excellacor formula, making it the
choice of companies and consumers alike.

Enteric Coating Comparison

                           Methacrylic Acid                                                                                   Hydroxypropyl
                           Copolymer                                                                                             Methylcellulose Phthalate
                                                                                      Cellulose Acetate                         (HPMCP)
                           
(MAAC)*                                             Phthalate (CAP)


Contains Phthalates                       NO                                                      YES                                            YES

Considered Enteric Coating         YES                                                     YES                                            YES

Studies supporting                        YES                                                     YES                                            YES
Efficacy as Enteric Coating

Gastro-resistance                          YES                                                    
 YES                                            YES

FDA GRAS                                        YES                                                     YES                                            YES

Time in Use                                  >50 years                                         >70 years                                        ~40 years



*AST Enzymes uses MAAC as enteric coating



What is enteric coating, and why is it needed?

    Enteric coating is a layer of protective coating to allow supplements to bypass digestion by the stomach and be absorbed in the small
    intestine. Systemic enzymes are proteins, so their functional structures are denatured (or destroyed) in conditions of extreme pH and
    temperature. Without enteric coating, enzymes would be rendered useless long before they reach the bloodstream, where they carry
    out their beneficial effects.

What’s enteric coating made of?

    At AST Enzymes, we use Methacrylic Acid Copolymer (MAAC) for our enteric coating. Methacrylic Acid Copolymer (MAAC) is not a
    phthalate. According to independent studies, MAAC is the most gastro-resistant when compared to other commonly used enteric coating
    agents such as Cellulose Acetate Phthalate (CAP) and Hydroxypropyl Methycellulose Phthalate (HPMCP). This means that MAAC can
    most effectively withstand the acidity of the stomach, allowing its contents to be released in the small intestine and fully absorbed.

    Don’t let the name scare you. MAAC is a food-grade compound that has been in use as enteric coating in the pharmaceutical industry
    for over 50 years with no reported side effects. In 2004, the European Food Safety Authority – an organization that conducted
    studies which led to the ban of 6 types of phthalates in personal care products– has deemed MAAC safe for use as coating agent in
    food supplements.

    MAAC is listed as Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Environmental Protection
    Agency (EPA) also conducted various studies and found sufficient information to reasonably conclude that the current use pattern of
    MAAC will not adversely affect public health or the environment.



** Vitalzym® is a registered trademark of World Nutrition Inc., which is not affiliated with, nor sponsors or endorses this product or any other
product from Specialty Enzymes & Biotechnologies or AST Enzymes.
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