Welcome to The Enzyme Digest where
topics on enzymes, digestion, and nutrition.
|From Devin Houston
We at HNI are snowed under with enzyme
Some customers took a "sabbatical" to try other
products and decided to come back to us, for which
Take a look at my speaking schedule below: it is
sure to attend if one is near you. HNI will be
week at the DAN!
conference in Seattle. Come by and see us
if you are attending.
I'll be back next month with more informative
Remember that we
archive the newsletters on our
'Til next time!
| New Chewable: Nordic Berries Multi-Vitamin
Nordic Berries is a
new, soft, chewable multi-vitamin
produced by Nordic Naturals and offered by Houston
Nutraceuticals. This delicious multivitamin
makes an ideal companion to HNI's chewable enzymes.
* NO artificial colorings, flavorings, or
* Pectin based
* Delicious sweet-n-sour taste
* Easy to chew
Nordic Berries have 120 Gummies per bottle. See our
Nordic Berries page
for more information and to order.
|7 Tips for Starting an Enzyme Product
Starting enzymes is typically easy, with results seen
within a month, if not sooner. To get started, try
1. Start low and go slow. See our Dosing Chart for baby steps
2. Introduce enzymes at the beginning of a weekend
or holiday break, in case of any adjustment period.
3. One thing at a time. Don't begin other
supplements or therapies at
the same time so you know what effects you are
seeing from enzymes.
4. Keep a journal of results or jot them on a
5. Inform teachers and therapists you are adding
enzymes so they can respond appropriately to any
6. Read Houston Nutraceuticals' FAQ
7. If any negatives are seen, drop back to a lower
dose or stop enzymes. Consider
retrying after several days. Call
HNI or email
with questions. You
can speak directly to the scientist who formulates
Remember that enzymes are safe and effective!
|Testimonial: No-Fenol Saved My Diet
I met Dr Houston the summer of 2005, when I had
hypersensitive to almost any and all produce.
Specifically, it was
produce with high levels of salicylates and phenols,
but most people
aren't nerdy enough to figure that out. Every time I
ate something more
phenol/salicylic than a skinned pear, I'd have
seizures. Not acceptable.
While at the ASA conference, I mentioned this to Dr
Houston and how it
was a big pain in the neck and not very nutritionally
sound - rice,
cheese, meat, and peas do not a diet make. He gave
me samples of the
No-Fenol, which I waited to try until I got home &
was very well
supervised (berry fest 2 months prior lead to an hour
of grand mal, no
I started "small", with an apple. NO SEIZURES. Then
tried a whole SALAD. Still no seizures! Even though I
was in the throes
of bizarre sensitivities and new allergies. I could
have my fruit and vegetables as long as I took a
Now, in 2006, I am a lot healthier than I was when I
met Dr Houston and
his people in July of 2005. I can also now indulge in
produce than is involved in the healthier version of
American diet without a problem. But when berry
season rolled around, I
was glad I still had the No-Fenol around. It saved
my diet and allows me to eat fruits, vegetables,
spices...things that AREN'T rice, peas, and pears-
none of which I will
eat at present moment.
Kassiane A. Sibley
|Dr. Houston's Event Schedule
Dr. Houston recently presented at the USAAA
International Conference, pictured at right.
Conference, 10/6-10/8, 2006
(HNI will be an exhibitor).
Cortland, NY: Cortland Advocates for
10/10/2006. Contact Crystal
Society of the Panhandle,
10/17/2006. Contact Lisa Branton.
Lisle, IL: Enzyme Seminar, 10/24/2006.
Wieder or call Christiane
Kuechler Williams at 630-420-9721.
Wassua, WI: Central Wisconsin ASA
11/2/2006. Contact Dale Prahl
or Chris Hess 675-6367.
Powell, OH: Central Ohio Biomedical Support
Fort Smith, AR: FEAT, 11/16/2006.
Springfield, MO: ANJEL (A Natural
Lives), 1/16/2007. Contact Lisa
Treating Autism Conference, 2/9-2/10, 2007
(speaking on 2/10).
Bluegrass Autism Symposium, 2/24/2007.
Dr. Houston holds an earned PhD in Biochemistry and
has extensive research background in enzymes. He
cost to parent groups and parent conferences.
Check for Calendar
To request a presentation, contact Cindy
Kelley on our toll free Events Line at 1-866-275-0915