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Digestion Blog Posts

There’s no problem with having a little bit of gas in your life. The bacteria in your gut produce some gas in response to the natural sugars in some foods. But some people who are prone to producing too much gas, suffer bloating and digestive discomfort (along with social embarrassment) when they eat too many gas-producing foods. Some foods are...

When your gut is in distress, your life is not good. Bloating, indigestion, and gas are a drag! Digestive distress is very common in the modern world. In America, for instance, it’s estimated that nearly 100 million people out of just over 320 million have some sort of digestive disorder. That’s a huge portion of the country. Irritable Bowel Syndrome...

It was over 2000 years ago when the Greek physician Hippocrates said that “all disease begins in the gut.” His words still ring true today. Not only do digestive problems like indigestion, bloating, cramping, constipation, and diarrhea make life miserable. They can affect the health of your whole body as well. Researchers have correlated the health of the digestive tract...

Digestive enzymes are produced by your pancreas in order to break down the protein, carbs, and fats you eat. These macromolecules are broken down to generate simple sugars, amino acids, cholesterol, fatty acids, and nucleic acids that are used to build tissues and create other metabolic compounds like hormones in your body. The Consequences of Not Producing Enough Enzymes Your...

Enzymes help break down food into absorbable particles for your body to use. If you’re not digesting food properly, it can trigger inflammation and discomfort in your gut. If you’re digesting your food properly, you will absorb nutrients better. Luckily, there is a vast array of supplemental enzymes that you can take to digest practically any type of food. Below,...

You have trillions of cells in your body, and each of these cells contains thousands of enzymes [11]. Enzymes are “catalysts,” meaning that they increase the rate of chemical reactions in your cells. Your cells need enzymes to make energy, repair themselves, and build new cells. Eat Your Enzymes Your pancreas produces enzymes that not only help digest food, but...

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