Life Enthusiast Newsletter 119

You are what you eat? No…

You are what you digest and absorb!

Dear Reader,

Belly HeartWe know that sometime in your late 20s, your body runs out of the enzyme reserves – they help you heal faster, and digest food better.

If you’re over 30 years old, your body is running on fewer enzymes than it could use. If you eat cooked and processed foods, your need for enzymes to digest food increases, or else you don’t absorb adequate nutrients.

Digestive Enzymes…
Key to both better nutrient absorption and digestion.

Without digestive enzymes your body cannot extract the nutrients you eat. This deficit leads you down the road to degenerative diseases.

Belly AcheDo you ever experience…

  • Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Low Energy
  • Weight Problems
  • Food Allergies/Sensitivities (gluten, lactose)
  • Heartburn – Acid Reflux
  • Chronic Inflammation?

If you’re feeling these symptoms of digestive deficit, think about taking Digestive Enzyme supplements because these seemingly minor symptoms can blossom into fatigue, aches and pains.

If fatigue, aches and pains are allowed to continue, that road can develop into serious degenerative diseases like fibromyalgia, arthritis and chronic fatigue.

To be fully, vibrantly healthy, you MUST absorb adequate nutrients. Chances are that you would really benefit from taking Digestive Enzyme supplements.

Digestive enzymes also help break down other supplements you take, so that all your nutrients are used effectively – not wasted.

Skillet of Pasta and VegIf you eat cooked food, even healthy cooked food

You Need to Know…

Processing or cooking food denatures virtually all of the enzymes that were once in it.

Digestive Enzymes ~ Amp up your well being!

Remember:
Partial digestion can cause bloating, constipation, heartburn and/or food sensitivities (wheat/dairy). This causes harmful imbalances in your body that can cause degenerative diseases.

If you’re already in a state of degenerative disease, Digestive Enzymes can help you too.

Digestive Enzymes ~ for Proper Digestion and Absorption of Nutrients

Allegany Nutrition uses the highest quality, all-natural blend of plant derived digestive enzymes available on the market today, containing no corn, dairy, gluten, rice, soy, sugar or fillers.

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Excellent Value

If you eat cooked food, you need digestive enzymes.

  • Reduces Risks of Degenerative Diseases
  • Plant Derived Digestive Enzymes
  • Powerful, Yet Affordable

These are full spectrum formulations capable of digesting proteins, fats, carbohydrates, sugars, fibers and dairy products.

TARGETED Digestive Enzymes…

If you suspect that wheat (gluten) and/or dairy products (lactose) are causing you discomfort, we have targeted Digestive Enzymes for your particular needs.

For Gluten (wheat) sensitive people…

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Loaf of BreadSpecifically targeted to digest gluten, improve overall digestion and help eliminate toxins from your blood by breaking down undigested foods.

Symptoms of gluten sensitivity:

  • Bloating
  • Brain fog, dizziness
  • Low energy
  • Weight problems, belly fat
  • Hormone imbalance (PMS)
  • Headaches, mood swings
  • Calcium absorption deficit
  • Swollen joints, especially fingers.

For Lactose (dairy products) sensitive people…

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Ice CreamDigestive enzymes to help you digest dairy products (milk, cheese, yogurt, ice cream), especially if you are lactose intolerant.

Symptoms of lactose intolerance:

  • Bloating
  • Gas (flatulence)
  • Cramping
  • Diarrhea
  • Heartburn
  • Low Energy

The role of Digestive Enzymes is primarily to act as catalysts in speeding up specific chemical reactions in your body. Essentially, they help break down larger molecules into more easily absorbed particles that your body can use to survive. Needless to say…

Good digestion is responsible for Your Good Health!

Happy Belly

If you’re over 30 years old

and eat cooked or processed food

You need Digestive Enzymes!

Author: Ann-Louise Evanoff with Martin Pytela