I am unclear about the PEP.


Denise Asks Dale
I am unclear about the PEP.   What is in the formula?  Is it a mixture of enzymes that digest fats, protein, and carbs?   How many capsules do you take?   With meals?
The Gonzales brand by Nutricology is a lot cheaper. Is there a reason for this?
From the Nutricology Label:
About the Product
  • It is a dietary supplement
  • Contains significant levels of amylase, protease, and lipase
  • This natural glandular material is processed by lyophilization of glands derived from government-inspected, range-fed animals, raised in New Zealand without hormones or antibiotics

Each Capsule Contains 425MG Plus the fillers listed: Other ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, L-leucine, silicon dioxide.;

Today's Price as follows:

Kelley Enzyme In comparison is the formula that Dr. Kelley Formulated and Used with great success.

750 MG Freeze Dried Gland (lyophilization)  with added chymotrypsin and assorted glandular tissue to assist with healing. NO FILLERS

So they both start with similar preparation of the gland, wich would have trace amounts of many enzymes that are in the pancreas.

Kelley Enzyme is 360 Capsules for $235.00 so yes it is more expensive, yet I continue to recommend using it in the protocol. It works.

For use 30 minutes before food, I think the 1200 mg tablets we recommend at the current price of $165 for 1000 tablets, is just as effective for digesting the “fats, protein, and carbs” at a better price point.

I did a spreadsheet and the difference is 375.75 per 30-day cycle (25 days on and five days off) at current prices.

Image of the spreadsheet below:




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