When we talk about digestive enzymes, the question often asked is who needs to restore stomach enzymes?
Here is a list of people who should consider restoring stomach enzymes via Digesta Alpha supplements
For individuals suffering from digestive disorders like acidity, flatulence, bloating, IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), malabsorption, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, or even gastrointestinal infections like diarrhea and chronic constipation, it is highly recommended to restore stomach enzymes. It puts less pressure on the stomach, pancreas, gallbladder, liver and small intestine to secrete these enzymes when food enters the gastrointestinal tract.
People who do have a deficiency or insufficiency of enzymes can meet this deficiency by supplementation to restore stomach enzymes. This includes those with lactose intolerance. Digesta Alpha’s vegan capsules contain lactase and alpha-galactosidase.
Also, with age, the ph in the stomach tends to become alkaline. The low stomach acid fails to trigger the release of digestive enzymes which further stifles the digestive process.
Hypochlorhydria or Achlorhydria
This is a condition in which people produce very little to no stomach acid. These acids are necessary to trigger the gastric and pancreatic cells to release stomach enzymes. People with this condition tend to have frequent bloating, belching, flatulence, undigested foods in stools and indigestion. By restoring stomach enzymes, these people can enjoy their meal without the above symptoms.
People with liver disorders especially those with alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency also have enzyme insufficiency and need supplementation.
An inflammatory disease like Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis also results in enzyme deficiency. With inflammation, the bowel doesn’t respond to food in the gut and doesn’t secrete the necessary enzymes needed for digestion.
Those with iron or vitamin B12 deficiency also have some trouble breaking down their food. Deficiency of Vitamin D also leads to malabsorption issues. Although the mechanism is unclear, it is perceived that the release of pancreatic enzymes is affected.
Research has shown that fluoridated water may play some part in the decreased activity of pancreatic lipase and protease, stomach enzymes that digest lipids and proteins. Because much of our food is radiated, microwaved and sterilized, the enzymes within food tend to get altered and as such requires enzymes by gastric cells to digest them into nutrients.
Proactive Healthy Individuals
For those who want to be proactive about their health, they can supplement their stomach enzymes by restoring them. Think of it as a head starts on your digestive process.
Digesta Alpha’s digestive enzymes are 100% gluten free and vegan. They can be taken by any of the people on the above list as well as healthy individuals who are proactive about their health.
No matter what you eat, you can still enjoy the foods you love if you restore stomach enzymes. Don’t let your symptoms keep you from eating food you love. If you’d like to order Digesta Alpha supplements, you can order it from our website.Restore Stomach Enzymes
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