It’s important to remember that all digestive enzymes are NOT created equal and the wrong ingredients can literally cause blood-sugar to spike as well as compromise, cardiovascular, liver and gallbladder functions.
As reported in a Life Extension report, more than 70 years ago scientists recognized the importance of enzymes in raw foods and how they boost human nutrition. Scientists noted that by supplementing with specific enzymes they could achieve rapid digestion of foods – mimicking self-digestion that takes place when raw food is consumed.
Additionally, nutritionally-aware medical professionals have been using digestive enzymes when caring for individuals with various chronic digestive disorders. For instance, patients with cystic fibrosis need pancreatic enzymes to help break down proteins, fats, and nutrients they otherwise could not break down. Those with chronic pancreatic disorders benefit from lipases to help breakdown fats. More recently, research evidence points to most adults being deficient in specific enzyme deficiencies and, therefore, should supplement, especially when consuming fats and carbohydrates.
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