Saturday, June 29, 2013

Why Healthy Eaters Get Sick - Maybe VERY Sick

Why Healthy Eaters Get Sick - Maybe VERY Sick

When someone eats mainly packaged foods, is on a first-name basis
with the staff at Burger King and wouldn't know a fresh vegetable if it bit them in the derriere, it's no surprise to hear they have health problems.

After all, like your Mother told you, you are what you eat. And if you eat garbage, well, you feel like garbage.
But what about the person who tries to be careful with their diet?
The one who takes the time to make meals from scratch and would rather starve than go through the drive-thru at Mickey D's or eat airplane food.
Why would they be sick?
Well, one BIG possibility is a digestive enzyme deficiency.
You see, even though digestive enzymes work to break down the specific chemical bonds in the foods you eat, their work goes WAAAYYY beyond that.
And if they're not doing all they should because there are too few of them, this can affect you from head to toe.
Here's why:
Proteases are the enzymes that digest proteins.
Now, most proteins are acidic.  So when you have too FEW proteases in your system to break down proteins so they can be absorbed into your bloodstream, this can actually lead to too MUCH alkalinity in your blood. And that can cause anxiety and insomnia.
Plus, protein is needed to transport calcium in your blood.  So without the proteases to break the protein down, the calcium can't get where it needs to be.  That means you're encouraging calcium deficient diseases like osteoporosis as well as arthritis.
Protein is also changed into glucose (energy) as needed.  So poor protein digestion can lead to hypoglycemia, moodiness and irritability.  Do any of those symptoms sound like you?
Never dreamed it was could be related to enzymes, did you?
Read on...
Amylases digest carbs and dead white blood cells (also known as pus). So when you're low in amylases you are susceptible to abscesses (inflamed, swollen collections of pus).
Amylase also helps fight inflammation, especially where the hormone histamine is involved.  So being low in amylase can worsen skin problems like psoriasis, eczema, hives, reactions to bug bites and herpes.
Asthma and emphysema can even be made worse by an amylase deficiency
I bet you never dreamed asthma attacks or rashes could have anything to do with amylase, did you?
Hmmm.  Let's see what else may be going on.
Since lipases digest fats, lipase deficient people have a tendency toward high cholesterol, high triglycerides, difficulty losing weight and diabetes.
I bet that doesn't describe any of you, does it? :-)
People low in lipase also have decreased cell permeability, meaning that a "brick wall" is built around your cells--so essential nutrients can't get in and wastes can't get out.  This causes toxin build-up and a variety of nutrient deficiencies that vitamins can't help you with.
So you can diet until the cows come home or pop vitamins like crazy, but if you're low in lipases, you've failed before you start.
Cellulases break down the fiber you eat.
Of all the enzymes, cellulase deficiency causes the widest variety of health challenges and can especially affect your intestinal and cardiovascular health.
Lacking cellulase can lead to problems with your pancreas as well gas, cramps and bloating.
Have you been bloated recently?
Your body doesn't produce cellulase, so it is vital to get enough through fresh fruits and vegetables or supplemental sources.
So what should you do now?
Now that enzyme deficiency is not this strange thing that mysteriously "happens to someone else" but instead has a familiar face for you, you can see just how important they are.
And how devastating it can be to your health without them.
The good news is that no matter how deficient in enzymes you may be, you CAN help your body along with these two important measures:
1- Eat food sources of enzymes and help conserve your natural enzymes
And if you want tasty ways to enjoy getting enzymes from your foods, let Great Taste No Pain show you what to do.
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2- Supplement with a high grade digestive enzyme supplement
Digestizol Max can be a huge help with enzyme deficiencies.
Its super-potent blend of 14 enzymes targets a broad range of proteins, carbohydrates, sugars, fats and fibers in your diet.
When you just take one Digestizol Max with meals, its 14 plant-derived enzymes help break down all of your foods completely just as nature intended. This encourages smooth digestion as well as improvements in the enzyme-related health problems I mentioned up above.
But that's not all!
Digestizol Max also includes a carefully formulated blend of five of nature's best herbal solutions to help calm your system:
1- Peppermint oil: Modern studies indicate that peppermint oil can help ease symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) including abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea.
2- Ginger: This antioxidant herb is known for its digestion-aiding properties. Researchers believe it can help fight diarrhea, ease nausea, ease IBS symptoms, safeguard against ulcers and support overall intestinal health.
3- Coriander (Coriandrum sativum):This herb helps settle the stomach, ease gas problems, alleviate inflammatory conditions, relieve heartburn and prevent diarrhea.
4- Cayenne (capsicum): This widely used herb supports tissues lining the stomach and intestines and can help with flatulence.
5- Rooibos/Red Tea (Aspalathus linearis): Rooibos is gaining considerable attention as a high level antioxidant. Researchers believe it can also provide anti-spasmodic effects that lessen painful gas cramps.
Don't run the risk of enzyme-related health problems creeping up on you.  Give your body a little help and make sure your enzyme supply is all it needs to be with Great Taste No Pain, Great Taste No Gluten and Digestizol Max.
I'm sure you'll see the difference in how you feel very soon.
To your health,
Sherry Brescia
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PPS: Jeanette is astounded at how she feels!
Hi Sherry,
I have been following your plan as close as I can and I take the Digestizol Max and I haven't had any pain!
I've been in pain for so long that I just held my breath thinking that it is going to start hurting again--but it hasn't. I'm astounded!
I was told last week that I need to have the scope down my throat but I'm thinking that now I may not need to.
Thank you Sherry from the bottom of my heart.
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