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5 Symptoms that You Need Digestive Enzymes

Digesting our food is something we all take for granted. The truth is that digestion is a key factor in maintaining good health.

One of the many reasons that people develop digestive symptoms and possibly serious illness is that our digestion is out of balance.

What does that have to do with Digestive Enzymes?

Our digestive enzymes are the work horses that help us break down our food.

Unfortunately, as we age our digestive enzymes start to deplete.

Did you Know?

  • After the age of 40 our pancreas secretes smaller amounts, about 25% less enzymes.
  • By the age of 70 we may only be producing one third of the amount of enzymes that we need.

Why do we need Enzymes?

Digestive enzymes are typically secreted by our pancreas to break down the nutrients in our food.

Enzymes are also found in the foods we eat.

Unfortunately, its not as easy as it sounds.

Why?

When foods are processed and cooked they are stripped of their naturally occurring enzymes.

Our pancreas doesn’t always cooperate and produce enough enzymes that are needed.

This results in a number of symptoms.

Here are 5 symptoms that are often associated with not having enough Digestive Enzymes:

  • Gas and bloating after meals
  • The sensation that we feel full after eating a few bites of food
  • Undigested food in our stool
  • Stool changes, like floating stools or fat floats
  • Digestive Disorders like IBS, colitis, Crohn’s, acid reflux, and lactose intolerance

Here’s where enzymes comes into play. If our body is not digesting properly and assimilating all the nutrients we take in, we simply don’t receive all the necessary benefits we could be.

Supplementing with digestive enzymes will help if you are experiencing any one of these symptoms.

Eating a healthy diet is not always easy and maybe not the most economical.

However, we make this a priority because it’s important to nourish ourselves with all the vitamins and nutrients that a balanced, possibly plant based diet offers.

We can help our body process food, reduce our discomfort and allow us to reap all the nutritional benefits from our diet.

How can we benefit from digestive enzymes?

  • Helps food digest
  • Increases nutrients absorbed into the body
  • Helps our foods to be used as fertilizer for our gut bacteria
  • Kicks our digestion into high gear to deal with processed foods and foods which may cause inflammation

A 2016 study conducted by National Center for Biotechnology Information tells us that enzyme replacement for those suffering with digestive disorders such as Crohn’s is a possible therapeutic option.

Both enzyme therapy and probiotics offer an advantage to the management of such disorders.

PerfectPass Digestive EnzymesWe offer many different enzymes but the one that stands out to be different from the others is Perfect Pass Digestive Enzyme formula.

Why is Perfect Pass Digestive Enzyme Different?

It contains ox bile.

This is exactly what it sounds like. It’s the bile from oxen.

Ox bile is chemically similar to our own bile, and our bodies have no trouble using it alongside our own bile for the exact same purpose.

What are the benefits of ox bile?

Bile is what your body produces to help you digest the fats you eat. Ordinarily, your liver excretes the bile, then stores it in your gallbladder to use later. The bile helps breakdown the fats you consume allowing your body to absorb fat soluble nutrients.

If you’re deficient in bile, you may not be properly digesting fats which can lead to feeling constipated.

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Digestive Enzymes are Important

Most people will benefit from supplementing their diet with digestive enzymes. Some of the immediate benefits you’ll notice are regular bowel movements, decreased gas, speedier emptying of the stomach, feeling less full after meals.

Enzymes are found naturally in raw fruits and vegetables. Once they are cooked or processed the enzymes are lost.

How Can You Get More Digestive Enzymes?

  •  Eat raw food
  •  Supplement with digestive enzymes before each meal
  •  Supplement with proteolytic digestive enzymes on an empty stomach

6 More Reasons to Supplement with Digestive Enzymes

  • Increase the amount of nutrients your body can utilize
  • Help break down your food to be utilized by your good gut bacteria.
  • Give your overworked, weary digestive processes a vacation so it can rest and rebuild
  • Strengthens weakened digestion caused by a less than perfect diet, eating processed foods and stress of a modern lifestyle.
  • Combat the decline of our enzymes which occurs naturally in aging. Our digestive enzymes drop to about 50% starting as early as age 30.
  • Helps the immune system control pathogens and parasites by reducing bacteria and improving circulation
  • Back in 2004, research from the National Enzyme Company showed that taking supplements of enzymes improves digestion.

Here’s what’s really strange:

The study found that availability of glucose increased 400% in the healthy digestive system mode, and 700% in a model for impaired digestion.

Interesting, eh?

The findings provided scientific confirmation for what we only previously suspected from patients telling us:

You Are What You Eat?

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Why are the amount of enzymes depleting in our body?

Is it due to the food we eat?

The answer is not black and white however, in large part it’s due to our lifestyle.

Factors that Affect our Digestive Enzymes

We are under stress in our daily lives. Our cells undergo biochemical changes which causes disturbance in the cells and damage them. Due to this excessive load on cells the production of enzymes is decreased and a lesser amount is available to break down food.

Age affects our enzyme production. Our body has a rich supply of enzymes when we are young. As we age, the levels decrease. This is part of the reason we can tolerate much spicier food as we are younger, have vitality and shorter recovery time.

What we eat and drink can change the amount of enzymes we have. Processed foods have excessive fat and sugar which requires larger amount of enzymes to breakdown. Cooked foods also loose their natural enzymes.

Why Should We Supplement Enzymes?

When you start to notice changes in your digestion it may be time to introduce digestive enzymes into your daily routine. By introducing them you can stop or at least slow down the inevitable downward trend in the levels of enzymes in your body.

What are the types of Enzymes We Need?

There are three main groups of nutrients that must be broken down and assimilated. These are proteins, fats and carbohydrates amount It’s the breakdown of these products which provide us with energy. The enzymes that are required to break them down are, Amylase for carbohydrates, Lipase for fats (lipids) and Protease for proteins.

Who Needs Enzymes?

Anyone that experiences gas, bloating, irregular bowel movements, constipation or diarrhea. If you have these symptoms try incorporating a digestive enzyme at each meal.

Quite possibly the saying “you are what you eat” really means you are what you absorb.

 

BROAD SPECTRUM ENZYMES

Broad Spectrum Enzymes

Broad spectrum enzymes help to break down food particles from multiple sources such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and fiber so that the body can better digest and absorb nutrients. When the GI tract is not functioning properly the body cannot make enough enzymes to do this important job. The same is true as we age. With age, the body’s ability to make enzymes decreases.

Enzymes are known for their assistance in digestion, but they are also very effective for many other issues including the reduction of inflammation, assisting in detoxification, healing the GI tract, reducing allergies, and even improved cognitive abilities.

Behavioral Benefits

Enzymes are known to be very helpful for children with autism and ADHD. Parents have noticed improvements in behavior, better concentration, and increased language abilities.

Quality Supplements

Quality is important with enzymes as it is with all supplements. Broad spectrum digestive enzymes are taken just prior to eating a meal for their assistance in digestion. Good Gut solution has recently formulated a new, high quality product called Perfect Pass Digestive Enzyme that helps digest proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and cellulosic materials.

The product Trienza by Houston-Enzymes is another good choice. Trienza has the added benefit of DPP-IV, a very specific enzyme that is capable of breaking down the larger, and potentially more harmful proteins in wheat, (gluten) and dairy, (casein), products that can cause damage to the gut lining allowing toxins to get into the blood. These toxins trigger allergic reactions and make their way to the brain causing behavioral disorders. Trienza also comes in a chewable form for children and adults.

The importance of broad spectrum enzymes is that they assist with a multitude of different types of foods. This is helpful because we do not always know what our body is having trouble with digesting and causes of inflammation. Broad spectrum enzymes cover so many possibilities with one product.

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Perfect Pass Digestive Enzymes

Good Gut Solution Announces Perfect Pass Digestive Enzymes to the Rescue

Perfect Pass Digestive EnzymesDon’t you hate it when your digestion seems to be not working the way it should be?  You know what I’m talking about right?

Every time you eat your stomach hurts or maybe you have gas, bloating, nausea, heartburn, or constipation. Besides being inconvenient or even a little embarrassing sometimes, it can be a real pain. 

Perfect Pass Digestive Enzymes are here to save you from the suffering that goes along with poor digestion. 

How can we benefit from digestive enzymes?

  • Helps food digest
  • Increases nutrients absorbed into the body
  • Helps our foods to be used as fuel for our gut bacteria, (this means it will grow and multiply)
  • Kicks our digestion into high gear to deal with all the snacking, grazing and processed foods we eat

Why do we need Enzymes?

Digestive enzymes are typically secreted by our pancreas to break down the nutrients in our food. Enzymes are also found in the foods we eat. Sounds simple right? Actually, its not always so easy because when foods are processed they are stripped of their naturally occurring  enzymes. Our pancreas doesn’t always cooperate  and produce enough enzymes that are needed. 

 The Age Factor:

Unfortunately, people don’t always produce enough enzymes. We know that after the age of 40 our pancreas secretes smaller amounts, about 25% less. By the age of 70 you may only be producing one third of the amount of enzymes that you need. 

Heres the simple science behind these miracle molecules:

There are three main groups of enzymes that we need. Each has a task of breaking down the specific nutrients found in our diet; proteins, fats and carbohydrates. It is the breakdown of these products which provide us with energy. The enzymes are, amylase for carbohydrates, lipase for fats (lipids) and protease for proteins. Our enzyme formula has all the enzymes needed and then some. Continue reading to see what I’m talking about.

 What makes our Perfect Pass Digestive Enzymes unique?

Our unique blend of high quality enzymes can be used two-fold. It will support healthy digestion when taken with meals by aiding in breaking down our fats, carbs and proteins. Secondly, it contains an additional enzyme called chymotrypsin. This may be hard to pronounce but what you need to know is that chymotrypsin is an enzyme which reduces inflammation to let the gut heal when taken between meals.

How can I get my hands on some enzymes?

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The Digestive Enzyme formula is made to work synergistically with our Perfect Pass Prebiotic and Probiotic formulas as well as our brand new Immune Support Capsules.

If you want to optimize your gut health, use the Perfect Pass Gut Care Kit consisting of all four products to make sure you have all your bases covered. Click on the link and be on your way to a happier gut.

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Sheryl Cohen April 7, 2017