You Are What You Eat, Digest, Assimilate & Fail to Eliminate
Healthy food choices are a great start to promoting health; however, this represents just the first step. To benefit from all the nutritious components of our foods, a healthy digestive system is needed. Today, dozens of factors including genetics, stressful lifestyles, poor diet, processed foods, and environmental toxins all influence digestion and elimination. Supplementing a healthy diet and lifestyle with digestive enzymes is the next step in health. With the proper support and breakdown of food into simple nutrients, the body can then assimilate these for energy, growth, and repair.
There are three main classes of enzymes:
- Proteolytic Enzymes support the digestion of proteins for reduced risk of food sensitivities, toxins, and free-radicals
- Lipolytic Enzymes encourage more complete digestion of fats and lipids to support pancreas, liver, and gall bladder health and wellness
- Polysaccharolytic Enzymes support the digestion of carbohydrates for reduced food intolerances and relief from occasional indigestion and gas
Why we need enzymes:
- Enzymes make life possible.
- Enzymes support digestion and nutrient acquisition.
- Vitamins, minerals, and hormones cannot do any work without enzymes.
- Enzymes support cellular structure and function.
- Enzymes support cellular communication.
- Enzymes support the immune system.
The Healthy Gut Program
Supports Overall Wellness & Skin Rejuvenation
- Includes a one-month supply at recommended dosages.
- Digest (90 caps)
- Protease (60 caps)
- Probiotic (30 caps)
Digest – Enzyme support for the support of digestion and nutrient acquisition
Protease – Systemic enzyme support for detoxification, healthy circulation, immunity, and elimination
Probiotic – Symbiotic gut bacteria to support digestion and healthy bowel elimination
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Supports the Skin, Muscle Recovery, and Inflammatory Processes
- Contains potent vitamins and antioxidants
- Contains immune-supportive herbs
- Contains protease enzymes