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21st Century Health Care, Papaya Enzyme, 100 Chewable Tablets

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Sweet.

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Posted by Reviewer2749147 on May 29, 2011

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Too much sweet. I dont like swetener. But realy effective.

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21st Century Health Care, Papaya Enzyme

2 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer1142452 on Jan 26, 2009

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Its hard to eat just one.

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Good.

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Posted by JuliaP on Aug 25, 2013

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many peaople say they are tasty. i didn't like the taste, but it really helps. So i recommend! If you are going to buy it, you can click on my name to get extra information!

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Papaya Enzyme

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Posted by myreviews on Jul 09, 2013

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This product is really great. You can feel the difference immediately after taking them on a full stomach. Will buy them more for sure.

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Cheap and good tasting papaya enzymes

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Posted by odereviews on Jun 03, 2013

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I had to test this, because of the cheap price. 21st Century Health Care, Papaya Enzymes chewable tablets taste good, and does the job as well. BUT for some strange reason this has artificial color yellow 6. I doubt anyone would buy health products because of the color? I don't think you can say these as natural/health products, when they have artificial color...

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