Houston Enzymes
Issue 92        
November 2016        

Question mark with stethoscope
My doctoral education in the early 1980s included the first two years of medical school. I distinctly remember a lecturer in biochemistry stating that enzymes could not be taken orally due to their not withstanding the acid content of the stomach. 

I believed that for 15 years, until I was challenged on that thinking and looked up the actual literature.
It wasn't true.  

Dr. Devin Houston shares whether enzymes may help with a health condition.

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Dr. Devin Houston
Houston Enzymes 
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