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Nationwide Digestive Dilemma
Nationwide Digestive Dilemma

Pandemic Reality:

  • More than 70 million Americans suffer from digestive disorders that interfere with their work and their lives. (FDHN – Foundation for Digestive Health and Nutrition)
  • More Americans can be hospitalized for digestive diseases than for any other type of illness.
  • The National Institute of Health published a survey that showed 4.5 million Americans are constipated most or all the time.
  • In the USA, over 2.5 million doctor visits per year are made by patients who complain of constipation.

Costly Ramification:

  • Digestive diseases cost the nation an estimated $91 billion annually in health care costs, lost work days and premature deaths. (FDHN – Foundation for Digestive Health and Nutrition)

If the proper AMOUNT and required TYPE of enzymes are not available for digestion, our bodies not only become toxic from the leftover waste, but nutrients have no carrier to be delivered to the rest of the body. The inability to efficiently metabolize the essential nutrients for life causes food to be stored as fat, rather than burned as fuel. Also, our energy levels start to drop and our health slowly deteriorates. This is the reason many health ailments are initially a dietary mistake amplified by poor digestion.

When nutrients are digested thoroughly by the proper amounts and types of enzymes, and metabolic enzymes are spared to rebuild, repair, and renew the rest of the body we can experience many improvements in our health, energy, weight, mental capacity, hormonal health, and appearance.

Adapted from The Healing Power of Enzymes by DicQie Fuller, Ph.D.

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