We all know, good nutrition is crucial for health (and this is especially true as you get older) …but did you know that eating healthy doesn’t necessarily mean your body is getting the right nutrients?! Many women don’t realize they have a condition called “enzyme gap” which means even if they eat healthy, their body won’t benefit because there aren’t enough enzymes to absorb the nutrients! Enzyme gap may not only cause digestive problems, but it can also weaken the immune system and lead to a slew of other health issues like fatigue, acne, eczema, headaches, mood swings, joint pain, etc.
Luckily, there is an organic and healthy way to ensure you are getting the most out of those fruits and veggies!
ABOUT EVERYDAY ENZYMES:
Everyday Enzymes are an organic, all-natural supplement designed to help your body digest and absorb the maximum amount of nutrients. It supports the digestion of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. This supplement can help not only with digestive issues (acid reflux, nausea, gas, etc.) but it can also boost the immune system, metabolism, and improve overall health. Everyday Enzymes may be given to young children, pets and it may even be taken during pregnancy / lactation. (In fact, expectant mothers find it helps with nausea!)
Digestive Enzymes Will Help You:
- Eliminate abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and acid reflux.
- Get the most nutrition out of the food you are already eating.
- Get off of pharmaceutical or over-the-counter drugs.
WHY YOU NEEDS THIS:
We live in a quick-fix, medicine-hungry nation….but medicine is not always the answer! Our body can heal itself if given the chance and this drug-free, all-natural supplement will allow you to do that.
Many people suffer from minor (or major) stomach issues (like gas, bloating, acid reflux) and while taking Tums or Pepto Bismol may provide relief…it is merely helping the symptoms, not the problem. Everyday Enzymes get to the root of the problem and have been proven to be extremely effective in getting people off pharmaceutical or over-the-counter drugs for digestive issues.
A healthy stomach often benefits many other areas of health. Even if you don’t have stomach problems, these supplements can help boost your immune system, fight fatigue, and even help with anxiety.
“Patients are shocked to learn that their stomach may be the cause of their other health problems,” says the creator, Dr. Liz Cruz.
As a gastroenterologist and a parent of four kids, Cruz is determined to keep herself feeling good and staying healthy for her family in the most natural way possible. “It’s amazing to see people get off pharmaceutical drugs in an all-natural way. This information and these tools need to be shared with everyone now more than ever! It’s never too late to change how you feel,” adds Cruz.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND DIGESTIVE ENZYMES:
In order for your body to benefit from what you eat, you need digestive enzymes to break down the food. Proteins need to be broken down into amino acids; fats need to be broken down into fatty acids and cholesterol; and carbohydrates need to be broken down into simple sugars. At birth we are given a certain potential for manufacturing enzymes in our body, creating an enzyme “reserve.” However, if we do not continually replenish that reserve through proper nutrition, it runs out. Enzyme deficiency can cause digestive issues, a weakened immune system, fatigue, acne, eczema, headaches, mood swings, joint pain.
Dr. Cruz is on a mission to educate women and help them adapt to a healthy lifestyle s they age.
ABOUT DR. LIZ CRUZ:
Dr. Liz Cruz is a gastroenterologist, an author, and (most importantly,) a parent of four children. She is the creator of Everyday Enzymes, as well as a variety of other wellness products designed to promote all-natural, holistic wellness. Cruz’s products have received critical acclaim and are widely praised for effectively reducing the need for prescription medicine. Cruz is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Gastroenterology. She is a member of the American Gastroenterological Association and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
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