INGREDIENTS: Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Dicalcium Phosphate, Quercetin Dihydrate, Silica, Turmeric Root Extract, Bromelain, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Lemon Bioflavonoids Whole Fruit, Soy Lecithin, Stearic Acid, Bilberry Fruit Extract, Hesperidin Complex, Microcrystalline Cellulose, PhytoZyme proprietary blend (Bromelain, Papain, Alfalfa, Parsley, and vegetable and fruit concentrates from Blueberry, Carrots, Broccoli, Spinach, Cauliflower, Kale, Asparagus, Beet, Chili Pepper, Green Bean, Pea, Sweet Potato, Cucumber, Pumpkin, Snow Pea, Tomato, Watercress, Zucchini, Lima Beans, Mushroom, Banana, Cantaloupe, Cranberry, Guava, Lemon, Mango, Orange, Papaya, Peach, Pineapple and Grapefruit), Rosemary Leaf Extract, Croscarmellose Sodium, Magnesium Stearate, Lutein Extract, Coenzyme Q-10, Lycopene Extract, L-Glutathione, Soy Isoflavones Extract, Vitamin A Acetate (Preformed), Astaxanthin, Folic Acid, Sodium Selenite, and Vitamin E (D-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acid Succinate).
DIRECTIONS: Two tablets, twice a day.
CAUTION: Four tablets per day provide 7500IU of preformed Vitamin A. Women trying to conceive or those pregnant should not consume more than 10,000 IU of preformed Vitamin A per day from both supplements and the diet together. As with all dietary supplements, consult your physican prior to use if you are taking prescription medicine or are under a doctor's care.
Formulated in the exclusive PhytoZyme base of plant enzymes for bioavailability and over 30 synergistic fruit, vegetable and herbal concentrates for "extra" phytonutrient cofactors.
Allergy Information: This product contains soy-derived phosphatidylserines and lecithin, is processed in the same facility that processes products containing fish/shellfish, soy and dairy.
This product was not tested on animals.
Suitable for Vegans.
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