Saturday, April 29, 2017


Eating Healthy But Not Seeing Results?

This Could Be Why (+ 5 Simple Fixes)

By Ty Bollinger

I don’t know about you, but it really disturbs me to see the growing prevalence of chronic disease in today’s society. Most Americans − more than 219 million, in fact − are seriously overweight or obese, and many of them suffer from obesity-related disease. Sluggishness, fatigue, irritability, and malnourishment are all-too-common characteristics of modern living. Many people, despite their best efforts at eating healthy and trying to live healthier lives… just aren’t seeing the results they expect.

It’s a dire situation, and one that perhaps you yourself are facing. Maybe you’ve started to pack on a few extra pounds and are wondering to yourself, why isn’t this working? Believe it or not, you can eat the healthiest foods in the world while exercising regularly and still not see positive results if your body isn’t actually digesting the foods you eat. And by “digesting” I’m not talking about popping a few Tums or taking an acid-reducer after a meal.

What Your Food Might Be Missing for Proper Digestion

Every time you eat, your body initiates a very complex process of breaking down and assimilating your food. Or at least it’s supposed to. Unbeknownst to many, this important digestive domino effect often isn’t working as it should. This is why too many folks experience indigestion, acid reflux, flatulence, bloating, and other symptoms of poor digestion after they eat. Even worse is that, over time, these symptoms can turn really ugly − morphing into conditions like Crohn’s disease and even cancer.

In many cases, the missing piece that causes all of this are enzymes. Or more specifically, a lack of digestive enzymes. Enzymes are the energetic catalysts that turn food into usable nutrients, and yet they’re also some of the most delicate components of food − easily destroyed by heating, processing, and pasteurization. Most of the foods that people eat today are grossly deficient in enzymes, which means their bodies are having to work overtime to compensate.

So… what are some solutions? Here are five things you can do that can make a world of difference to your digestive health and make your efforts at eating healthy much more productive.

To read the complete article, click HERE.

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