This is a review of Porphyra-Zyme, a supplement made of Vitamin C, an ascorbic acid functioning as an antioxidant designed to reduce the toxicity of metals. Combined with the combination of vegetable sources, Porphyra-Zyme flushes metals out of the body so that the overall toxicity levels are reduced and/or eliminated.
The active ingredients in Porphyra-Zyme are:
- Vitamin C – 120 mg
- Proprietary Blend – 210 mg
- Spinach (spinacea oleracea)
- Mulberry (Morus alba)
- Organic Beet Concentrate (Beta vulgaris)
- Vegetable Culture Concentrate (from non-soy legumes)
Other ingredients include:
- Stearic Acid
- Magnesium Stearate
- Modified Cellulose Gum and Food Glaze
The recommended dosage is one tablet of Porphyra-Zyme between one to three times a day. No information about whether the supplement should be taken with or without food is listed in the instructions.
Individuals who are pregnant or have a serious medical condition, or plan to start an exercise or nutritional supplement program, are advised to consult with their doctor before taking this supplement.
Porphyra-Zyme sells on the manufacturer’s website and third-party sites for $43 per bottle with 270 tablets in each bottle, and $16.90 for bottles with 90 tablets. Shipping is only available in the United States, but not to the state of California. Unfortunately, no explanation is offered on the website why California residents cannot order this product. Free standard shipping is offered with delivery within 5-7 business days.
The manufacturer offers a full refund for unopened items returned within 30 days.
Porphyra-Zyme Review – Conclusion
Porphyra-Zyme is a product that is both gluten and dairy free designed for individuals whose bodies are overloaded with toxic metals. If taking only 1 tablet a day, the price point for the product is quite competitive; if taking between 2-3 tablets a day, this is much less so the case.
This product has not been manufactured in a facility with GMP certification and there is a lack of testimonials with customers’ experiences taking this product on both the manufacturer and third party sites. And those few reviews that are available are more than a few years old at this point. This is concerning given what they promise will be the results for those individuals who believe that they are overloaded with toxic metals and whether in fact there is evidence that levels have been reduced. And the manufacturer makes major claims that the combination of vitamin C, blends of spinach, mulberry, beet powder, and organic vegetable culture concentrate aids in detoxification of metals without presenting the consumers with clear data to this end.
Research shows that competitive products on the market use large dosages of chlorophyll along with probiotics and health bacterias, to neutralize harmful toxins and wastes from the body. And these other products offer a much lower price point for their supplements with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Also, these products are sold within the United States including California and offer international shipments as well. This is a huge advantage to customers living outside of the United States and even North America, who wish to use these products.