Effective Digestive Support
Digestive enzymes assist your body to fully break down your food and nutritional supplements, preventing partially digested proteins from passing through the intestinal wall into the blood stream and foods from fermenting in the belly/upper intestines.* This reduces the toxic load on the body and makes nutrients more bioavailable.*
They also assist in removing digestive remnants and waste products, leaving your pancreas and the other endocrine organs with the resources to produce the systemic enzymes needed for such things as tissue repair and toxin removal.*
Digestive malfunctions become more common as we age and our gastrointestinal system becomes less efficient. These digestive breakdowns are linked with many common health complaints.
Our bodies are designed to function on raw enzyme-rich foods that assist the digestive process and use little of our body’s natural enzyme supply and energy. The average diet of mostly cooked fare, over time, depletes the body’s ability to produce enough enzymes to fully digest a meal. This results in partially digested fats and proteins being absorbed into the bloodstream creating Floating Immune Complexes (FIC). These FICs overwhelm the immune systems ability to dispose of them, so the body stores these health destroying toxins in bodily tissues. Toxins in the bloodstream cause inflammatoty processes, uric acid crystals in joints (Gout), allergic reactions, and may end up as arterial plaque.* Through time this continued toxic condition can create disease.
There is growing evidence indicating digestive enzyme supplements, used alone or in combination with Probiotics, may reduce or eliminate gastrointestinal problems such as such as indigestion, bloating, gas, acid reflux/heartburn/gerd, diarrhea and stomach cramps.*
When taken with meals, the right combination of digestive enzymes can boost your body's natural ability to break down fats, proteins and carbohydrates into the complex digestive elements that nourish us, facilitating efficient absorption of nutrients and elimination of waste.*
If you have Questions, a more extensive explanation about Enzymes and their use can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.
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