Good digestion is a key to good health, but I’m sure you know that.
You can buy the most expensive vitamins – you can eat only organic – you can exercise and only drink water, but if your digestion isn’t efficient, none of this will matter because your nutrients won’t reach the inner cells of your body.
You’re wasting time and your money.
Take a step backwards, and start over if you want to improve your digestion. If you feel that it doesn’t need adjusting, then simply confirm that fact.
Monitoring your digestive health is always a good thing to do at any time.
A digestive enzyme will help with processing your vitamins and nutrients while detoxing and readjusting your nutrient levels. When you use an enzyme, take it after your meal so that you can encourage your stomach to produce its own stomach enzymes. Then right after your meal when digestion has begun, you can help it by adding more enzymes at that time.
Lemons, limes, papayas, cranberries, pineapples, and cilantro are great food sources with digestive aids eaten during meals. Remember how pineapple is placed on your plate with ham, or cranberries placed alongside turkey?
People knew what they were doing back in the day before fast-foods.
There are many good digestive enzymes on the market today, but my favorite enzyme is a systemic enzyme taken between meals, called Wobenzym-N.
A systemic enzyme is different from a stomach enzyme, which is isolated in the stomach only. Systemic enzymes release into your entire body, from head to toe.
Because systemic enzymes go everywhere in your body, they help with asthma and breathing issues, with skin issues, with Candida, and with digestion issues, such as IBS and acid reflux.
Discovered in Germany many decades ago, Wobenzym-N has been used in cancer treatment and is one of the best systemic enzymes out there. It cannot be marketed as an “enzyme or a cancer treatment” in the USA, so they promote it as a joint aide, primarily because it helps eliminate the bone nutrients that have not assimilated efficiently, which cause arthritic symptoms from calcium build-up outside the bone.
Wobenzym-N is a bit expensive, but it is well worth the price, especially if you are dealing with a serious illness, digestion issues, or body pain.
Are Enzymes In Your Blood?
Enzymes in your bloodstream digest foreign protein that are outside of your digestive tract.
Under the right conditions of temperature, moisture, etc., proteins can be digested (broken down into their constituent amino acids) anywhere the protein digesting enzymes are present.
This means that systemic digestive enzymes can effectively digest foreign protein anywhere in your body when they come into contact with foreign proteins. Therefore, these enzymes are an integral and necessary part of the immune system and disease recovery.
Proteolytic enzymes, like Wobenzym-N, are enzymes produced in your pancreas. They enter your small intestine just below your stomach through your common bile duct. Here, they digest foreign proteins that are moving through your intestinal tract.
A healthy person produces an excess of these enzymes over and above the amount needed for the digestion of food protein, and the excess is picked up by the blood and carried to every cell in your body.
These enzymes are found in the blood of all healthy people. If your digestion needs a boost, or if you are suffering with allergies, try Wobenzym-N*.
*Note: due to FDA protocols, Wobenzym is not labeled as a digestive aid; it is labeled as assisting with arthritis and bone & joint health.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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