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Enzymes, Can I Become Dependent
Publish Date : 1/10/2006 6:11:14 AM Source : Loring A. Windblad
We have learned that Proteases and Enzymes are not dangerous to our health and well-being, but rather, essential to our overall health and well-being. Its nice to know that vegetable-based enzymes, such as those found in Bio88+ (Plus), actually thrive in our stomach and intestines and are good for us. But
If I use supplemental oral enzymes will I become hooked (dependent) upon oral enzymes or enzyme supplements? And will they shut down my pancreas?
No. Research has shown some adaptability of the pancreas in animals; giving oral enzymes resulted in a slight decrease in pancreatic enzyme output that quickly returned to normal once supplementing with enzymes stopped. The pancreas does not stop functioning.
One of the neat tricks you can play upon yourself if you are feeling acid indigestion is to take a teaspoon of vinegar and see what happens to your acid indigestion! If you get relief in a short period of time (it usually does) then you really had a lack of enzymes or enzyme activity in your stomach and not an acid stomach. And you probably need an enzyme supplement in order to return your stomach and intestines to proper balance and functioning.
Natural greens products are created to supplement that process, the process of breaking down food into the basic nutritional units to provide our bodies with essential nourishment. There are several different Greens products on the market specifically to help the digestive process. One of these supplements is Bio88+ (Plus), a pure enzyme product designed specifically to aid in digestion.
The producers of Bio88+ (Plus) use only the very finest certified organic, 100% vegetarian-based components in the making of their highly nutritious food product. There are no animal based products associated with Bio 88+ (Plus). Feel free to contact the author by email for additional information.
Our next article, Part IVI, will deal with proper enzyme doses and when to take them.
Disclaimer: These articles in no way should be taken as medical advice on any product or condition, nor do they constitute in any way medical advice endorsing any specific product, specific result, nor any possible cure for any condition or problem. They are meant as a source of information upon which you may base your decision as to whether or not you should begin using a greens product as a dietary supplement. If in doubt, or if you have questions, you should consult your physician and, if possible, consult a second physician for a possible different opinion. The author bears no responsibility for your decisions nor for the outcome of your actions based upon those decisions.
About the Author
Loring Windblad has studied nutrition and exercise for more than 40 years, is a published author and freelance writer. His latest business endeavor is at
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