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Using Natural Digestive Enzymes Home Remedies

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By Carolyn Richardson


The prevalence of food allergies and sensitivities has made the topic of digestion a popular one. Everyone either suffers from a gluten intolerance or knows someone who does. Prescription and over-the-counter drugs for the relief of heartburn and indigestion are used by millions. The sale of supplements designed to let you eat foods like beans or milk products has become big business. If you wish to avoid this expense or to get even more help with problems like these, you can make natural digestive enzymes home remedies.

Digestion begins in the mouth and continues in the stomach and small intestine. Digestion is the process by which the body breaks down food into 'nutrients', which are substances that it needs for all metabolic processes. The saliva glands, the pancreas, and cells in the intestinal walls secrete every enzyme needed for this breakdown. Stress, illness, and aging can cause the process to be less than efficient.

The body manufactures specific substances to break down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. You can help make sure you have an adequate supply of these important substances by eating the right foods in the right way. It is important to chew food thoroughly, which mixes it with saliva. Saliva contains more than one enzyme that begins the process of breaking food down. Think of your own saliva as your first resource, free and completely natural.

Most foods in their raw state contain every enzyme needed to break it down and sometimes more than enough. Cooking destroys enzymes, however, while harvesting before the peak of ripeness and long cold storage can deplete them. Help yourself stay healthy by consuming homegrown or locally-grown produce and eat it raw. Local grass-fed meats are healthier, too.

Pineapple contains bromelain, and papaya the enzyme papain. Both are strong enzymes that help people digest all foods, even meats. Eating them before or after a meal can boost digestion. Other fruits and vegetables can be fermented to heighten their potency. You can find recipes for enzyme-rich brews online. Fermentation produces beneficial bacteria, too, which is important for intestinal integrity.

If you suffer from weak stomach acid (often a cause of heartburn, actually), try apple cider vinegar in water as a drink before the meal. It's better not to drink while eating, since this dilutes stomach acid. Many people who are under stress, suffering from illness, or getting older have this problem. A diet of processed foods and sugar, with little or no fresh produce, will deplete the body's natural resources of every necessary secretion.

You can also make your own homemade enzyme-rich drinks. These are made with certain fruits and vegetables, like pineapple, mango, and papaya, prepared with added sugar and allowed to ferment. You can find recipes online. If the fermented, enzyme-rich drinks you make at home are consumed on an empty stomach, they may aid in cleaning impurities in the bloodstream. Taken with meals, they help digestion.

Enzyme activity is necessary for proper bodily function. Help yourself by eating right to nourish your body and prevent depletion of these vital substances. You can also make sure you consume enzyme-rich foods and drinks on a daily basis. You will feel better than ever!




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