Better Body Clinical Nutrition


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Digestive Support

Friday, August 11, 2023 8:52 PM

Taken from “Staying Healthy with Nutrition” 
“A great many factors contribute to proper digestion, absorption, and utilization of the foods so needed to nourish cells, tissues, and organs. 
The stomach, small intestine, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and large intestine are primarily involved in the digestive process. More subtly, the emotions, stress level, and balance within the endocrine and nervous systems also affect digestive functions.”
A wide range of supplements support the digestive system. A healthy system does not need additional support. However, research shows that the natural level of hydrochloric acid (HCl) and digestive enzymes decrease as we age or if we abuse our gastrointestinal tracts and whole bodies through food excesses, chemical use, and stress.”
My own NOTE:  Our ancestors always promoted that a meal needed to be consumed sitting down with everybody around the table having conversations about their day. There is a reason for this and that is we digest our food at rest. If you consume food on the go, your digestion stops so that the energy used for digesting can be used for movement. Also the reason why you do not go swimming after eating a big meal, you stomach will stop digesting and you are likely to get cramps. 
Indications – HCL sensitive patient who is *proteolytic enzyme deficient, intestinal parasites (ie; pin worms), ulcers, lower bowel gas, food putrefaction, inflammation, hay fever, sinusitis. 
*Any of a group of enzymes that break the long chainlike molecules of proteins into shorter fragments (peptides) and eventually into their components, amino acids)
This product is ZYMEX II with pancreatin added. This combination of digestive enzymes is a strong aid in the complete breakdown of ingested foods. It contains NO hydrochloric acid where ZYPAN does. Protein enzymes (pancreatin, fig, almond, pineapple) without HCl. Intestinal anti-putrefaction support by complete protein breakdown. Anti-parasitic enzymes.