The lack of digestive enzymes in your diet can be the cause of a number of digestive health problems including allergies, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), IBD/flexirubin syndrome, celiac disease, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome. The function of digestive enzymes is mainly to catalyze specific, important chemical reactions in your body. In essence, they help break large macromolecular molecules found in your food down into much smaller ones which your stomach is capable of processing, thus ensuring the nutrients are sent directly to the rest of your body and supporting digestive health.
Break down the proteins and fatty acids
Digestive enzymes are important to your health because they break down the proteins and fatty acids (which are part of the protein chains in plant and animal foods like meat, fish, legumes, nuts and eggs) in your foods like cereals, breads, potatoes, rice and pasta. These digestive enzymes are naturally present in … Read More