240 Capsules 490mg each
Digestive enzymes are essential for life. All cells require enzymes to survive and function. Enzymes create chemical reactions in the body and are vital to the body's ability to correctly break down and process the food we eat. As a body ages, enzyme production decreases. Many people do not realize that not being able to eat spicy foods, dairy products, and food in general is a sign of enzyme deficiency. A lack of enzymes can contribute to an increase in body pain and a lack of stamina as well as hindering the body's ability to heal a wound.
Enzyme deficiency occurs for many reasons, including poor diet, fast food, and excessive intake of fats and sugars. These reasons require excessive enzymes to break down the food in the body. The body gets tried of producing enzymes so fast. The digestion of food is a large drain on the body. Ideally, when you digest your food your body should break down what you eat into small, energy producing particles to fuel your body with what it needs to run. When there is a lack of enzymes, food doesn't digest properly. Instead, you get gas, indigestion, and bloating. It may also drain and clog your system with hazardous by-products producing food allergies, yeast, bacteria, and other undesirable factors. Stress, environmental pollution, illness, and chemicals diminish the body's capacity to effectively produce enzymes.
Many researchers now view the aging process as nothing more than a severe enzyme deficiency that leaves the body unable to maintain optimal function. The aging process can actually be delayed by taking enzyme supplements.
Since Enzymes are a crucial function in the body, a deficiency can also lead to more serious illnesses or diseases. Enzyme Deficiency Conditions are seen in people who suffer from:
Sugar Intolerance, Hypoglycemia, High cholesterol, Leaky Gut Syndrome, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Chronic Fatigue, Diabetes, Arthritis, Obesity , Cancer, Decreased Mobility, Lowered Immunity, Ulcers.
Many people who experience the following illnesses have turned to medication for relief. These medicines may alleviate the symptoms but it does not solve the root of the problem, enzyme deficiency. Digestive enzyme deficiency can increase the likelihood that undigested food will enter the colon, which causes the formation of bacteria, gas, and toxins. Poor digestion can increase the undigested nutrient build up in the blood stream, which has been associated with: Burping, Gas, Heartburn, Acid Reflux, Diarrhea, Nausea, Constipation, Gurgles, Fatigue, Food Allergies, Cramping, Acid Reflux, Bloating, Water Retention and Acne.