You’ve heard it before “you are what you eat.” However, it should be you are what you absorb. If you’re like a lot of my fibro patients, you’ll be challenged with an assortment of gastrointestinal problems, irritable bowel syndrome, reflux, heartburn, or bloating, gas, and indigestion.
If you’re not absorbing your nutrients, vitamins, minerals, etc. you’ll get little if any benefit from your health restoration protocol.
I find that adding a digestive enzyme with each meal will often reduce or eliminate any GI symptoms and just as often result in less pain and more energy…again we are what we absorb.
Our digestive tract is more vital to our health than many people realize. The state of our health is determined not only by what we eat, but whether or not it’s being absorbed properly.
The GI tract works by breaking down, absorbing, and assimilating the foods we eat into the body. These life-sustaining nutrients that are made in the digestive system (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats that yield sugars, amino acids, and fatty acids) are the building blocks for the proper biochemical functioning of our entire body.
There are so many things that can create problems in the digestive tract: Bacteria, poor diet, age, medications, etc. Sadly, even if you’re on a healthy diet, if you have something like malabsorption syndrome or low stomach acid levels, then your health will still suffer without high-dose vitamin and mineral supplementation.
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*The article Dr Murphree references in the above video can be found, by clicking here.