What you’ll learn:
- Why NEM® undergoes a partial enzymatic digestion (hydrolyzation)
- Why NEM® is better for absorption
- The oral tolerance process
- The difference between unhydrolyzed and partially hydrolyzed
Partial hydrolyzation, like the perfect stir-fry
NEM® - in a way - is like a basket brimming with vegetables from the garden and bursting with nutrients that can benefit joint cartilage, ligaments and tendons.
Get crackin’ with partially hydrolyzed eggshell membrane
Like cooking the perfect stir-fry, this gentle pre-digestion provides just the right boost to the body’s further digestion and ultimately, the optimal absorption of the important bioactive components of NEM®.
Zucchini! A healthy oral tolerance helps ensure an appropriate immune response
Small pieces of proteins that interact with the immune system called immunogenic peptides, which are consumed on a regular basis, are believed to play a major role in oral tolerance.
Lettuce see what’s up with unhydrolyzed eggshell membrane
Unhydrolyzed eggshell membrane does contain all the nutrients in NEM®, but the tough fibrous sheet-like structure within which the nutrients in eggshell membrane are enmeshed is difficult to break down in the digestive tract.