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Autism Enzyme 7-Month Trial Study

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The following report on a 7-month trial of Peptizyde and HN-Zyme is reprinted with the kind permission of the Enzymes and Autism Board, hosted by Yahoo Groups. The overwhelming majority of respondents saw noticeable improvements with Peptizyde and HN-Zyme Prime. Of 260 total respondents (100%) using these products for at least 3 weeks, 235 (90%) reported positive results, 14 (6%) reported negative results, and 11 (4%) reported inconclusive results.

Significant improvements were seen in eye contact, language, humor, foods tolerated, foods accepted, sleep, weight gain or loss, digestion, stools/bowels, overall appearance, transitioning, socialization, awareness, problem solving, short-term memory, flexibility in routine, range of interests, sound and light tolerance, sensory integration, spontaneous affection, and energy level among others.

Significant decreases were seen in aggression, hyperness, anxiety, self-stimming, self-injurious behavior, pain, and headaches among others.

Most positive results were apparent within the first 3 weeks. Most people say any side effects or adjustment effects which start with enzyme use stop within 3 weeks.

The majority of respondents (about 85%) were either 100% GFCF (Gluten Free/Casein Free) or partial GFCF with enzymes. More gluten/casein foods were added as people stayed with Peptizyde over time. More foods were added in general with both products over time.

After 7 months on enzymes, there have been no reports of any regression after success is seen past the 3-week adjustment period, including in those eating gluten/casein liberally.

People saw significant improvements whether they are on or not on a restrictive diet.

Improvements continued over time with continued enzyme use. The longer on enzymes, the more foods people tend to re-introduce and the more positive results are seen.

Most people return to eating most foods, although not all people can eat all foods, with these enzymes.

Timing is key to getting consistently positive results.

Many people see the Happy Child Effect, which refers to the general, overall positive disposition of the child once they start taking Peptizyde and Zyme Prime regularly. The child becomes noticeably more pleasant, easy going, cooperative, and helpful.

People having difficulties or concerns when starting enzymes were far more likely to achieve positive results when they posted their concerns on the enzymesandautism board for assistance. This is attributed to getting more education and information on using enzymes which helped them make any needed adjustments.

Some people were able to significantly reduce their costs on food, supplements, and other therapies by using Peptizyde and Zyme Prime. This correlated to length of time on enzymes and to what extent they remained on a restrictive diet.

Most parents found using enzymes to be far more convenient and flexible than a restrictive diet. This greatly reduced stress, increased happiness and quality of life for the entire family.

A few people have seen no results either way; however, a few people have improved to the extent they no longer fit the criteria for their previous diagnosis.

Enzymes have been used for years to safely assist in food intolerances/allergies, leaky gut, yeast and immune system support among others.
Most respondents posted that Peptizyde and Zyme Prime were an important part of their child’s improvement but not to the extent that all other therapies or medications were no longer needed, although at times a restrictive diet could be eliminated and other supplements greatly reduced. Most say that adding these enzymes were definitely beneficial and made most other therapies more productive. They say the addition of enzymes allow them to streamline their overall plan to a more efficient, easier, convenient, cheaper, effective and simpler treatment.
The above statements have not been reviewed by the FDA and do not constitute medical advice.