The Best Digestive Enzymes to Build a Stronger Gut



In a recent video, we talked about how digestive enzymes affect our health.

Our enzymes are so important to the body that, if they are in a deficit, our digestive and nutrient absorption capacities are reduced, causing many health issues;

Digestive enzymes are produced and secreted by the mouth, stomach, pancreas, gallbladder, and intestines, and they help with the digestive process so that the nutrients of foods can become bioavailable. Did you know that?

For them to work correctly, it depends on the levels of mental and physical stress, the intracellular, extracellular and bodily environment, and also the level of toxins in the body.

The lack of some digestive enzymes is linked to some diagnosis, such as dysbiosis, parasites, food intolerance, malabsorption syndrome and others.

Their lack may cause chronic inflammatory processes and autoimmune diseases.

So, we will show you now the main digestive enzymes and how to supplement them.

Protease
Lipase
Amylase
Pepsin
Pancreatin
Bromelain
Papain
Betaine

Phew! There are so many, aren't there?

And these are only the main ones. If you suffer from any of these issues, talk to a doctor or dietitian so they can help you choose the best enzymes for your case.

But, if you suspect you have a deficiency of one of them, just buy the ready-to-take capsules.

Making sure that your digestion is working correctly is one of the best ways of ensuring that your whole body is healthy.

After all, nutrients, when broken down and absorbed, result in a well-nourished body.

And good nourishment is nothing more than a synonym of good health.

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