NCP's Policy on Enzyme Activities
There is a unit of measurement for enzyme potency, called the Food Chemical Codex. Enzyme growers use this as a standard for establishing their own units of activity. This unit of measurement is not a standard unit of measure required by the FDA which can be deceiving for the consumer.
We are conditioned to look at quantity when we look at labels. With vitamins and minerals, the RDI allows the consumer to know the intake of each vitamin. Enzymes are not categorized in this manner and their potency is based on their activity not the quantity. An easy comparison could be - which has more nutritional value, a six ounce glass of diluted orange juice or a six ounces of frozen concentrate?
Until this is regulated, Natural Choice ProductsTM has chosen not to publish Food Chemical Codex units to protect our formulations. Your body and the bodies of your fellow Associates will be the best indicator in the balance and potency of our enzyme complexes.