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The Problem with Polyphenols in Fruits and Vegetables

We all know that fruits and vegetables are good sources of fiber, natural sugars, vitamins, and minerals.  Read More

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What Your Doctor May Not Know About Enzymes: 7 Facts

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... Read More

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How to Use Enzymes for Happier Holiday Digestion

Looking forward to feasting on holiday foods, but not looking forward to feeling awful afterward? Read More

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How Much and How Often? 4 Enzyme Tips for Best Results

If you’ve ever wondered how much enzyme supplement to take, as well as how often — you aren’t alone. Read More

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How Enzymes May Help Digestive Issues in Autism

The Autism Advocate Parenting Magazine is a new online publication providing support for autism families. The magazine asked Dr. Houston, our CEO, to write an article for their inaugural issue. Read More

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The Mold Question

Q: Are your enzymes grown on aspergillus and is there any aspergillus or mold in the enzyme product? A:  First, let's get the wording correct.  Enzymes are not "grown on" Aspergillus, they... Read More

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Enzymes vs. Probiotics: What are the Differences You Need to Know?

Are you frustrated with trying to figure out the differences between enzyme and probiotic supplements? And whether either really matters for gut health? Read More

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How to Boost Your Proteins with Enzymes

Protein breakdownDietary protein is essential for health.  Proteins are composed of amino acids which provide the building blocks for bone, muscles, soft tissues. Read More