Dr. Houston's Blog

Category: Allergies and Intolerances

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Here's how you can have that pumpkin spice latte

You want that pumpkin spice latte, but you don’t like the way you feel later. Here’s how enzymes can help. Read More

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Pancreatic enzymes vs. enzyme supplements

The pancreas is an important organ that produces both hormones and enzymes that help break down the food we eat. Read More

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How to match enzymes to your food

Choosing the right enzyme for a particular food isn’t always obvious. Getting it wrong could cause a delay in addressing a food intolerance. Read More

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How Enzymes Knock Down Food Intolerances

Does eating a good meal sometimes result in not-so-good digestion for you? Read More

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How to Get the Most Benefit from Digestive Enzymes

You’re probably here because you realize the importance of a well-maintained gastrointestinal tract and you want effective supplements that support gut health.   Read More

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How to Support the Digestion of Gluten

As interest in gluten-free diets continues to grow, so do alternative ways of addressing gluten digestion. Gluten, the main protein in grains such as wheat and barley, is a difficult protein... Read More

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Get the Most from Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: Polyphenol Digestion

With summer’s arrival, we look forward to fresh produce from the garden and farmer's market.Vegetables and fruits are good sources of fiber, natural sugars, vitamins, minerals and many other compounds. Read More

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New Study Finds Higher Rates of Food Allergies in Autism

Researchers at the University of Iowa found that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with a food allergy than children who... 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