Posted by Team Jigsaw on October 12, 2015
Insufficient enzyme production is sadly more common than most people realize and it's at the root of why over 100 million Americans suffer from digestive issues.
There are several factors that can cause naturally occurring digestive enzymes in food and those produced by your body to become denatured -- or damaged to the point of no benefit. These factors can even deplete your body's ability to produce them in the first place...
Aging further threatens your ability to sustain a healthy digestive system in two main ways:
Digestive enzymes play a pivotal role in your health. They're responsible for breaking down the food you eat so that nutrients can be absorbed and used by your body. Furthermore, digestive enzymes assist in the elimination of toxins.
It's easy to add back the digestive enzymes that you may be missing by taking a digestive enzyme supplement that includes hydrochloric acid with meals -- especially those "cheat" meals ;)
1) Dr. Mercola. "Enzymes: Food That Slow Nearly Every Inflammatory Disease." Mercola.com. Dr. Joseph Mercola, 21 Aug. 2011. Web. 23 Sept. 2015.
2) Henry, Derek. "Causes and Symptoms of Enzyme Depletion." NaturalNews. Natural News Network, 1 July 2014. Web. 23 Sept. 2015.
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