Digestive enzymes break down large food molecules into smaller units that can be absorbed b y the blood and into cells so the body is properly nourished, while food enzymes are in raw, uncooked foods. In fact, most raw foods contain the exact enzymes your body needs to digest those foods. You require a variety of enzymes, too, since different enzymes are necessary for full digestion.
Fiber creates a hospitable environment for friendly bacteria, but you need enough good bacteria for maximum fiber benefits. Fiber also normalizes transit time—how long it takes food to pass through the digestive tract. Another fiber perk is that various areas of the digestive tract absorb different, essential nutrients, and fiber helps to move foods’ nutrients to those areas so that your body can be properly nourished.
In short, probiotics, enzymes and fiber can lead t o great digestion, and when y our gut functions w ell, then you do, too. Among other things, a healthy gut is the gate keeper for life-sustaining nutrients and protects us from any threats from the external environment. The digestive system is also home to up to 80 percent of immune system cells—the first line of defense for health.
Probiotics, enzymes and fiber—they help your microbial garden blossom.
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It’s important to include all elements of the Dr. Formulated line— the complete program—including probiotics, enzymes and fiber. These three go hand-in-hand to cultivate, fertilize and nourish your microbial garden. Dr. Formulated products have been designed to fit your microbiome needs, including condition-specific formulas for those seeking specialized support. To learn more, take a look at the Dr. Formulated complete program.
Posted On: June 15, 2015 By: David Cabrera Categories: Garden of Life, Healthy Living