The Role of Enzymes in Autism, Gut Issues and Food Intolerances 2014
Can enzymes handle summer heat?
Q and A with Dr. H
Q: Can enzymes handle being shipped in the summer heat?
A: As warmer weather approaches, many customers worry about our enzymes being shipped in the heat. Have no fear, these enzymes are very stable to environmental temperatures. In fact, many of these enzymes work better at temperatures of 105 - 125 degrees F.
We over-formulate our enzyme products, meaning that the amount you see listed on the label is actually less than what is put into the product. In this way, we can provide long shelf life and a good reserve of activity to accommodate extreme conditions.
Please don't worry that the enzymes you received from Houston Enzymes are "deactivated" by the heat. The bottle and box provide protection as well. Even sitting in a mail truck or your mailbox for the weekend in Arizona will have little to no affect on the activity levels.
No-Fenol brings apple happiness
My son used to love apples, but we had to restrict them which was why I was so excited to learn about No-Fenol. I wanted to put No-Fenol to the test, so I figured what better place to do this than at an apple orchard. I gave Harrison the No-Fenol and let him try whatever he wanted. He had no problems tolerating all the apples he ate that day!!!
Thank you very much Dr. Houston and everybody at Houston Enzymes for giving my son a little piece of normal when it comes to his diet.
August 14 in Indiana: Cornerstone Autism Centers - Enzyme Seminars, 9:00AM - 11:00AM at the Greenwood, Indiana, location and 5:30PM - 7:30PM at the West Layfayette, Indiana, location. Dr. Houston will be presenting. Contact Sheila to register.