Yeast infections are common for women and the risk of them returning is much higher without proper supplementation or diet. Finding an overall solution is difficult especially when there are so many products available on the market with empty promises and claims. Today we review a product called YeastZyme Max to see if it stands out from the rest. Advanced Naturals claims that this product helps to maintain a natural healthy flora within the intestines, prevents the overgrowth of yeast and aids in the detoxification of yeast. This product is said to be free of any fillers, binders, and excipients.
These are the facts:
What’s in YeastZyme Max?
The main ingredients in the enzyme balancing blend are Protease, Cellulase, Hemicellulase, Lysozyme, Amylase, Lactase, Invertase, Malt Diastase, Lipase, and Glucoamylase. The digestive enzymes within this formula benefit the intestine by restoring a healthy flora balance and reducing the harmful bacteria and yeast. While these ingredients are somewhat beneficial, in most cases of yeast infections it is vital that you take supplements that contain antifungal properties such as Undecylenic acid which not only helps to fight the root of the infection but also reduces the risk of it recurring. There is a common link between vitamin B deficiency and yeast infections so it’s also disappointing to see that this formula does not contain any supporting ingredients such as Vitamin B2 and B6.
How Do You Use YeastZyme Max?
Advanced Naturals recommends taking 3 YeastZyme Max capsules before bed daily. The capsules should be taken at least 2 hours after meals. Fortunately, the capsules seem to be vegetarian-friendly however there are a few ingredients that have been derived from eggs which may mean that it’s not suitable for those who suffer from food allergies.
YeastZyme Max does not seem to be available for purchase directly from the manufacturer’s website, instead, they recommend a list of available practitioners depending on your location. When looking at third-party retail sites the price seems to range from $27.50 to $36.79 which seems a bit of a hassle when trying to find a reliable stockist that offers delivery to your region. Each bottle only contains 45 capsules and based on the recommended dosage means that you’ll get roughly 15 days supply per bottle. This could land up costing more money than expected.
Is There a Guarantee?
Advanced Naturals does not seem to offer any guarantee policy for this product. The company insists that only health care practitioners may dispense this supplement and not third-party retailers, however, just because it is distributed by industry professionals it does not mean that the product is guaranteed to work at all. You may run the risk of losing out hard earned money if you are not satisfied with the results.
The Conclusion of Our YeastZyme Max Review
We appreciate the fact that this product stays true to its word that it is free of any fillers, binders, and excipients. We also like the fact that it is vegetarian-friendly however, there are a few downsides. The product is not suitable for everyone as it contains ingredients derived from eggs, it is also void of any proven antifungal properties such as Undecylenic acid and supporting ingredients such as Vitamin B2 and B6. another downside is that the product is not available for purchase from convenient online stores and the few suppliers that do sell it have listed the price point higher than other leading brands especially because you only get 15 days worth of capsules in one bottle. In addition to that, the manufacturer does not offer any kind of guarantee to its consumers. Looking at the lack of testimonials and reviews it clear that this brand is not very popular and has not delivered any groundbreaking results worth mentioning.