zyVit is an airborne dietary supplementation product that claims to be the “best alternative to conventional food supplements” and is marketed by a company called Vyva.
It claims to help reduce inflammation in the body, help reduce cholesterol levels and boost energy levels, and is said to be “the most scientifically proven and clinically proven alternative to the standard diet supplements that are widely used”.
What’s in it:The zyVa supplement is a mixture of vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
It’s made by mixing two types of capsules: one containing a mixture (called a “zymatic capsule”) of two amino acids (a glutamine and a methionine), and the other containing a blend of two other amino acids, and one of each type of amino acid.
The capsules contain one of three different amino acids: cysteine, glutamine, or lysine.
It also contains a “sugar” called glycine that can be taken in the capsules or in the powder form.
There are two types available: a capsule that contains the cysteina, and a powder that contains glycine and other substances.
Each capsule has a label on it, which can be found on the product’s website.
The product also says the capsules contain:The product comes in a range of strengths, from 20mg to 40mg, with 20mg being the “standard” dose.
It’s not clear if it contains more than 40mg of cystein or glycine.
Zyva claims the capsules are “designed for maximum absorption” and that “it’s safe and effective for anyone, regardless of age or weight”.
The company’s website also says that the capsules will “provide a safe, effective, and sustained energy boost” to anyone who takes it.
But it also claims the product has a high risk of causing serious side effects.
The US Food and Drug Administration has banned its use due to concerns about its use and its link to liver damage and cancer.
“There is no FDA-approved evidence that dietary supplements can cause adverse effects on the liver or the kidneys, nor is there any evidence that they are effective in reducing cancer risk,” the FDA said in a statement.
In a statement to News.org.au, a company spokesperson said the supplement is “not approved by the FDA for use in the US”.
“The FDA has not approved this product for use by patients with liver or kidney problems or who have liver or renal failure.”
We are committed to providing you with the highest quality, science-based product,” the statement said.
The FDA added that it is “reviewing” the company’s product.”
If the FDA is still in doubt, we recommend you do not take this supplement,” it said.