BioGanix BioZyme Digestive Enzymes Supplement for IBS Relief

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BioGanix BioZyme Digestive Enzymes Supplement is a well-supported product that has a GMP certification as well as a formula of 18 enzymes that have been known to promote effective digestion.


BioGanix BioZyme Digestive Enzymes Supplement Review

This is a review of a product called BioZyme Digestive Enzymes Supplement, an IBS supplement manufactured by BioGanix. The manufacturer claims that this product is a natural solution and is packed with digestive enzymes which can reduce many IBS symptoms; such as bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, and intestinal pain. As this product is primarily a digestive, it claims to also increase nutrient uptake as well as energy. The following review will assess this products ability to deliver relief for IBS associated symptoms and examine the potential consumer experience as a result of customer support provided by the manufacturer.


  • Protease 1
  • Protease 2
  • Aspergillopepsin
  • Amylase
  • Lipase
  • Cellulase
  • Glucoamylase
  • Invertase
  • Alpha-Galactosidase
  • Beta Glucanase
  • Pectinase
  • Xylanase
  • Phytase
  • Hemicellulase
  • Lactase
  • Bromelain
  • Papain
  • Peptidase

BioGanix boasts a product formula of 18 non-GMO enzymes that were manufactured in a GMP certified facility and tested by third-party laboratories. Protease and papain are enzymes associated with the digestion of protein, amylase promotes the digestion of starch, lipase boosts fat digestion, and lactase supports the digestion of dairy. These are a few of the added enzymes in this formula that assist with effective digestion and have been known to relieve some of the issues associated with IBS – such as irregular bowel movements and indigestion. While these ingredients are effective for digestion, the formula appears to be lacking ingredients (such as peppermint, aloe vera, and ginger root) which soothes irritated bowls and reduces pain. This may be a concern for customers with an already sensitive stomach. There is also soy included in this formula which those with allergies should be aware of. This source of soy is likely from the Maltodextrin, which is often used as a filler and preservative.


Customers must take 1 capsule ‘1 to 2 times’ before each meal. These dosage instructions are not very clear. As the manufacturer requests customers do not exceed 6 capsules per day; we can assume that up to 2 capsules taken 3 times a day with main meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) are the distilled dosage instructions.


To purchase a bottle of BioZyme Digestive Enzymes Supplements, customers can do so from the BioGanix website. A single purchase of these supplements will cost you $17,95. The only discounts available are with a subscription service (automated purchases which can often be difficult to cancel) in which you can receive a 10% discount – paying $16,17 per bottle. There are no other value-added savings like package deals available. Furthermore, 1 bottle contains 60 capsules which – if taken according to a regular meal plan of 3 meals a day – will not last a full month. This is a concern and may become costly to maintain use.


The manufacturer offers a 100% money-back guarantee for 60 days from purchase; which showcases a great confidence in the quality of the product. However, the returns policy does not stipulate if this policy is extended to opened or used products – so it is uncertain if customers who test this product can receive a refund. There are negative customer reviews available on third-party sites which complain that the product was ineffective or had little to no difference at all with pain relief. Other customers had an allergic reaction to the soy content.

BioGanix BioZyme Digestive Enzymes Supplement Review – Conclusion

BioGanix BioZyme Digestive Enzymes Supplement is a well-supported product that has a GMP certification as well as a formula of 18 enzymes that have been known to promote effective digestion. However, the soy content and lack of soothing ingredients may not offer pain relief to already irritated bowels as efficiently as competing brands on the market. The lack of discounts, vague manufacturer guarantee, and negative customer reviews are some of the reasons that we do not recommend this product.

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Albert holds a PhD in Chemistry from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He is currently working in a Biochemistry laboratory at Columbia University in NYC. In addition to contributing to many online publications, Albert spends his time away from the laboratory with his partner of many years, and their dog, Helium. Protection Status

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