Dr. Houston's Blog

Webinar: Wednesday evening, Sept. 23, 9:00 pm EDT

Please join me for our next Webinar, "How Enzymes Affect Digestive Disorders in Adults", tomorrow, Wednesday Sept. Read More

Survey Update: Do enzymes work for special diet needs?

Many of our customers have children with special needs who are using enzymes with or in place of the GFCF Diet (gluten-free, casein-free diet).  Our survey for those customers is on-going... Read More

Webinar: How Enzymes Affect Common Digestive Complaints in Adults

Join us for our latest webinar on Wednesday, Sept. 16 from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm EDT.  To sign up, go to: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/182012466 Read More

Summer Updates

"Lazy days of summer"; whoever thought that up? I have neglected updating the blog (sorry!) but writing is hard when life is hectic.  I'll try to give a brief update... Read More

Great Feedback for March 31st Webinar!

Wow!  The webinar we held on March 31, 2009 produced a huge response!  Thanks to all those who attended.  I have a ton of questions submitted that will take some... Read More

Enzyme Myth #3: Enzymes and Stomach Acid

Enzyme Myth #3: All Enzymes Are Destroyed by Stomach Acid. This myth states that taking enzyme supplements is a waste of time and money because the enzymes, being proteins, are... Read More

Greetings from Ice Station Arkansas!

Just as the Super Bowl was ending, my wife heard the hum of the furnace, and yelled, "The power's back on!!"  After 6 days off the main grid, yes, we... Read More

Another Great DAN! Conference!

Finally rested up from the San Diego trip to Defeat Autism Now. The conference was very well attended by both attendees and vendors. Read More

Enzyme Myths, Part 2

Question: Are enzymes inactivated at temperatures higher than 118 Fahrenheit? Ah, the magical 118 number! When Edward Howell wrote his book on enzymes, he concluded that at above 118 degrees... Read More

Guest Blog by Major T. Cat

Hello, my human slave (aka "the-one-who-feeds-me") fell asleep at his computer thingy, thereby allowing me this opportunity to smack his mouse around a bit (why it's called a mouse is... Read More