Eric and Melissa Smith

Helena, Alabama


Friday, August 26, 2011

Tummy Trouble?

Click here to read an interesting article by Dr. Joseph Mercola, an osteopathic physician who encourages people to take control of their health by using natural means. 

Dr. Mercola says, "Insufficient enzyme production is at the root of much 'tummy trouble' in our country. Digestive problems cost Americans $50 billion each year in both direct costs and absence from work. It is a sad fact that 90 percent of the food Americans buy is processed food. Diets heavy in cooked, processed, and sugary foods, combined with overuse of pharmaceutical drugs such as antibiotics, deplete your body's ability to make enzymes."  Dr. Mercola recommends eating food raw.  "Raw foods are enzyme-rich, and consuming them decreases your body's burden to produce its own enzymes. The more food that you can eat raw, the better. Ideally, you should get 75 percent of your digestive enzymes from your food."

Here is Dr. Mercola's recommendation for a digestive enzyme supplement:  "If you suffer from occasional bloating, minor abdominal discomfort, and occasional constipation and suspect your enzyme production is low, you might want to consider a digestive enzyme supplement in addition to eating more of your foods raw."

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