n-sorb

N-Sorb is a Prodosomed Multi-Enzyme Complex boosts and strengthens metabolism and vitality; supports digestion, intestinal health and elimination; and is Prodosomed® for rapid & prolonged absorption.

 

Boosts and Strengthens Metabolism, Vitality, Digestion, Intestinal Health and Elimination∗

Enzyme Activity = Metabolism & Metabolism = Enzyme Activity
N-Sorb™ Enzyme Activity Metabolism

Modern cultures have not eaten a large amount of raw foods for thousands of years. Heat-treatment of our foods by cooking entered our culture in primitive times, destroying the enzymes in food. Today, the consumption of agribusiness-produced, refined, processed, nutrient-deficient, and enzyme-depleted cooked foods has overburdened our bodies' abilities to efficiently and effectively digest and process these types of foods.

Since enzymes have been eliminated from the vast majority of the foods we eat, the body must "Rob Peter to Pay Paul", essentially stealing enzymes away from other important functions to supply them to the saliva, gastric juice, pancreatic juice, intestinal juice, etc., to support digestion. Metabolism profoundly suffers, causing our bodies to deteriorate, putting them into a state of survival panic.

Revitalize Your Metabolism with N-Sorb™∗, VNI's distinctly unique and proprietary Prodosome-Activated Multi-Enzyme Complex (MEC). N-Sorb's Prodosomed MEC gets rapidly absorbed into the body's tissues to support metabolic functions and digestive health, promoting Metabolic Strength and Vitality.∗ N-Sorb works best when taken on an empty stomach, enabling a significant portion of it to get into the blood.

N-Sorb™ benefits include:

  • Promotes systemic metabolism∗
  • Delivers ion- and methyl-rich phospholipids to cell membranes∗
  • Is active throughout the pH range of the entire digestive system∗
  • Supports digestion of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates∗
    Supports Bowel Health (Proper digestion of foodstuffs is essential to bowel regularity.)∗
  • Is formulated with stable, acid-resistant enzymes for optimal digestive support∗
  • Supports digestive health, and strengthens metabolism and vitality∗

N-Sorb is not a weight loss product. However, changes in body composition can occur.∗

The Challenge

Modern cultures have not eaten a large amount of raw foods for thousands of years. Moreover, heat-treatment of our foods by cooking entered our culture in primitive times, destroying the enzymes in food. Today, the life-long consumption of agribusiness-produced, refined, processed, nutrient-deficient, and enzyme-depleted cooked foods has overburdened our bodies' abilities to efficiently and effectively digest and process (disintegrate, dissolve, absorb, utilize, and dispose of) consumed foods. Enzymes in our foods have vanished. Metabolism has profoundly suffered, causing our bodies to deteriorate, putting them into a state of survival panic.

Enzymes are crucial to life. In fact, enzymes are substances that make life possible. They are needed for every chemical reaction of metabolism that occurs in our bodies. Without enzymes, no activity at all would take place. Neither vitamins, probiotics, minerals or hormones can do any work without enzymes. The faster you use up your supply of enzyme activity, the quicker you will run out, begin to lose your health, become critically diseased, and then be dead.

If enzymes are not in the food we eat, the body is overburdened to manufacture and supply many enzymes to the saliva, gastric juice, pancreatic juice, intestinal juice, etc. It must then consistently and excessively rob the production of enzymes away from other purposes. If enzymes were in the food we eat, they would do some or even a large part of the work of digestion by themselves. However, when we eat cooked, enzyme-free food, this forces the body itself to make as many enzymes as possible to meet the needs for digestion and other subordinate purposes. This depletes the body's limited enzyme capacity and leads to enzyme (metabolic) exhaustion.

So, what is actually meant by the word 'metabolism'?

Metabolism is the total of all chemical processes that occur within a living organism in order to maintain life. All of these chemical transactions in the body leading up to, but not including, the spontaneous production (respiratory burst) of energy, are executed by a vast array of enzymes.

You live as long as your body has enzyme activity factors from which to make enzymes; and to the extent that you spare your body's enzyme potential. Again, and importantly, enzyme deficient food overburdens our enzyme needs and leads to enzyme depletion (metabolic exhaustion), premature aging and is most likely the single greatest cause of chronic degenerative disease and consequential death.1,2,3,4 When it gets to the point that you can no longer make certain enzymes, your life ends.

But, the ongoing and ever-progressive process of enzyme depletion, characterized by 'metabolic fatigue', is evidenced by a number of indicators, such as:

  • Reduced endurance
  • Reduced motivation
  • Sluggishness & increased fatigue
  • Increased food intake
  • Reduced stress tolerance
  • Obesity, CVD, Diabetes, Cancer, etc.

 

Avoidance
Inflammation, tissue damage, organ distress & failure, etc.
The chronic 'metabolic' distress and resulting metabolic fatigue triggers a chronic state of genetic survival panic. In this state, in efforts to not overburden biological functions, your body tries to conserve energy. This is a major reason why your cells try to:

  • Reduce energy production and expenditure (aka 'energy conservation' - resulting in a vicious cycle of ever-increasing metabolic fatigue)

  • Increase energy storage as fat and glycogen (survival insurance - obesity, diabetes, etc.)

  • Increase cravings to increase energy intake (generally as over-consuming fat and/or carbs)

The human digestive organs are burdened with enzyme production far in excess of any creature living on a raw food diet. The problem of metabolic fatigue cannot be corrected by medication or exercise. Without active living enzymes (from live foods and/or supplemental sources), the human body must inevitably handle the entire burden of producing all the enzymes on its own, exacting an exhausting toll and resulting in the symptoms mentioned above ...and much more. An example of such distress can be seen in Fig1.
Fig1. - Different Health Conditions of a Liver

The Solution

First, eat a truly healthy diet of fresh organic produce, fish, poultry, various 'reddish' meats (in order of importance) and drink pure clean water. A dietary supplement solution involves nourishing the body with "Nutrition That Get In."

Another effective solution is introducing the 'enzymes of life' into the body where they can alleviate various aspects of metabolic overburdening and 'Revitalize Metabolism'.

Fortunately, there is now a way to combat the consequences of eating refined, processed, and heated enzyme-deficient foods. There is a way to replenish your body's enzyme needs and bolster every aspect of your metabolism.

Introducing N-Sorb™!

Revitalize Your Metabolism with N-Sorb™∗, VNI's distinctly unique and proprietary Prodosome-Activated Multi-Enzyme Complex (scientific code 'KD120 MEC'). N-Sorb is VNI's distinctly unique 2-Part enzyme-delivery system that is a combination of:

  1. Diet Essential™, a bottle of VNI's Multi-Enzyme Complex (MEC) powder that provides a proprietary formula of food-type enzymes.
  2. A bottle of VNI's Patent-Pending Prodosome® absorption technology that's been specifically formulated exclusively for N-Sorb Diet Essential.

When the Prodosomes® and Diet Essential™ are mixed together in water and consumed, N-Sorb's Multi-Enzyme Complex gets rapidly absorbed into the body's tissues to support metabolic functions and digestive health, promoting Metabolic Strength and Vitality.

  1. Howell, E. Food Enzymes for Health and Longevity. Lotus Press, Second Edition, p18 (1994)
  2. Heyman, W. Nitrogen, Potassium, Sodium, And Chlorine Metabolism In Rickets, With Special Reference To Biliary Fistula Rickets In Puppies. J.Exp.Med. 64:471-83 (1936)
  3. Hawkins WB & Whipple GH. Bile Fistulas And Related Abnormalities. J.Exp.Med., 62:599-620 (1935)
  4. Colp R. External Duodenal Fistulae Ann. Surg. 78:725-44 (1923)

 

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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.