You couldn’t digest a single bite of food without digestive enzymes. Stomach acids get a lot of attention, but their purpose is to activate digestive enzymes and support their activity.
A leaky gut wreaks havoc on your health. Once you think you have it, you start to wonder: how long does it take to heal a leaky gut? You might even wonder if you can.
Do you suffer from sluggish bowels or often experience gas, bloating, or indigestion? If you do, you may need to speed up digestion.
You need probiotics. They do so much more than support digestion. They’re essential for life. These life-giving, symbiotic bacteria that thrive in our digestive tract.
If you’re planning to do a Candida cleanse of your digestive tract, you should know that Candida is a tough yeast to get rid of. You can, but it won’t go easily. Doing a complete cleanse requires a little planning.
Gone are the days of the “calories in-calories out” paradigm – when people believed weight loss was nothing more than taking in good calories and exercising off the excess calories.
Feeling gassy and bloated happens to everyone, especially with age. It’s unpleasant, but knowing it’s going to happen is good. It allows you to take steps to prevent or at least limit it.
The importance of good nutrition receives a lot of emphasis for anyone recovering from an injury. Nutrition – the vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and fats your body needs – are important but they alone aren’t enough.
When training, doing that ‘one-more-rep’ can be a mental, physical and emotional battle. During a competition, sometimes keeping focused and pushing through the pain and exhaustion takes everything you have. And then you get to the hard part.
Inflammation afflicts so many people today it might be hard to believe that your body naturally produces the best anti-inflammatory in the world. They’re called enzymes – specifically metabolic enzymes. Of course, this prompts the question.