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The Benefits of "Digestive Enzymes"

So today let's continue talking about "digestive enzymes" and why we need them for optimal health.

And here are just a few more benefits . . .

As we now know . . . "chronic inflammation" happens when the body senses a foreign substance. And it could be something major like a viral or bacterial infection . . . high blood sugar in the body or something as simple as plaque on your teeth.

Now . . . "inflammation" is also linked to autoimmune disorders like Crohn's disease and rheumatoid arthritis.

And "enzymes" have the ability to "reduce" this "inflammatory" response.

Another element that "digestive enzymes" have a hand in . . . are healing scar tissue. And they can aid in breaking down scar tissue within the body . . . the same way they have the ability to break down the food we eat.

Now . . . if the body is unable to properly break down the food we eat . . . the body "CAN"T" absorb the nutrients from that food we need for optimal health and weight loss.

And eating foods high in these "enzymes" or taking a "enzyme" supplement . . . can boost the body's ability to break down the food we eat for better nutrient absorption.

Another issue many of us find ourselves in . . . is being plagued with "irritable bowel syndrome" which as we know is a disorder that affects the large intestine.

Now . . . "digestive enzymes" can help the body break down foods that are more difficult or trigger foods that can cause IBS flare ups.

And a study published in the journal "European Review of Medical and Pharmaceutical Science" found that a supplement that included beta-glucan, inositol and digestive enzymes has the ability to improve some IBS symptoms like bloating, flatulence and abdominal pain.