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One of the reasons you take a daily probiotic is to help with digestion, but what about those times when you experience occasional bloating or upset stomach after eating? Taking enzymes with your meals may help provide relief.‡

You may not realize it, but enzymes work differently than probiotics. They support the digestive process by working to break down the foods we eat more completely.‡ And, when it comes to choosing the most effective enzyme formula, there are three important rules to follow. What are they?

Watch this eye-opening video to find out!
The 3 Rules of Enzymes

The 3 Rules of Enzymes explains how to choose the right enzyme formula based on a handful of simple guidelines that are surprisingly easy to remember—including why you should always look at the total number and variety of enzymes, since different enzymes are need to digest different types of food.‡ You will also learn the difference between enzymes and probiotics, and how they complement each other to help you digest your foods more completely and help balance your digestive tract.‡ Be sure to check it out!

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gingerbread-cookie-milkWe say it every year: We’re not going to overindulge. No second helpings. Just one small slice of pie. And where do we find ourselves? Groaning on the couch after yet another delicious holiday meal, plagued by uncomfortable gas, bloating and indigestion. Thankfully, adding a digestive enzyme supplement to the menu may help ease holiday indigestion without bringing the festivities to an end.‡

Just What are Enzymes?
Enzymes are proteins produced by the body as needed to help break down foods into usable nutrients that can be absorbed from the digestive tract and used throughout the body. Raw foods also contain some digestive enzymes. However, cooking and processing depletes the natural enzymes from our food, which can slow the digestive process. Poor eating habits, age, stress and a diet high in processed foods can result in a reduced ability to properly digest food, which can cause undigested food to remain in the intestines longer. The result is often occasional heartburn, indigestion, gas and bloating, and other issues.

How to Choose an Effective Enzyme Supplement
When choosing an enzyme supplement, look for a multi-enzyme blend made with plant-derived enzymes, which are effective over a broader range of pH levels in the body and may provide more complete support.‡ If you have a sensitive stomach, choose an enzyme supplement with soothing herbal ingredients including ginger root and marshmallow, as well as amino acids for added intestinal lining support.‡

We do our best throughout the year to make smart choices when it comes to what we put on our plates, but the holidays have a way of tempting our senses and testing our willpower. Be sure to give yourself the gift of good digestive health and remember your enzymes!‡

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