Emaciated, exasperated, or erased enzymes employ erroneous effects effortlessly employing erratic eruptions engaging exhaust which can excruciatingly execute embarrassment…ew.
Evidently, excessively engaging an entire entourage of external but exclusive enzymes can encourage “eb-n-flo” eloquently, exclaim efficiency, and even exalt intestinal ecstasy.
What are digestive enzymes
Digestive enzymes aid the process in which your body breaks food down. Production of enzymes occur in the mouth, stomach, small intestine and mainly, the pancreas.
There are different kinds:
- lipase, which breaks down fats
- amylase, which breaks down carbohydrates
- proteases and peptidases, which break down proteins.
- lactase, which break down lactose
Why do I need them
When the body doesn’t make enough enzymes, it really slows down the digestion process which leads to digestive complications.
“If you don’t have lactase, the undigested lactose goes to the colon, which leads to more fluid entering the colon and more gas produced by bacteria in the colon. That creates bloating, flatulence, and diarrhea,”– Dr. Staller., Gastroenterologist
What makes “Enzyme Complex” different from any other enzyme on the market?
- Provides a plant-based broad range enzyme formula.
- Is designed to break down protein, fiber, lactose, starch, sugar, fat and complex carbohydrates.
- Contains natural digestive enhancing herbs, including ginger root, cinnamon bark, anise seed, caraway seed, cayenne pepper, and fennel seed
- Naturally provides heartburn relief
- Non-GMO ingredients
- Enzyme activity is tested according to standard procedures recognized by the USP (United States Pharmacopia) and FCC (Food Chemical Codex)
- Gluten free
- CONTAINS NO artificial colors, flavors or preservatives; no wheat, gluten, milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, crustacean shellfish or fish. Suitable for vegans
- Can be taken with every meal for optimal nutrient enhancement
Where can I get it?
- Enzyme Complex can be found HERE.
What is your experience before and after using any kind of enzymes? Let us know in the comments!