Dr. Houston's Blog

Capsule and tablet size

"How big are the capsules?" "What do the chewable tablets look like?" Read More

DPP IV discovered! Again!?

The year 1999 doesn't seem that long ago to me.  That was the year I found that some food-grade protease blends contained an unusual enzyme, DPP IV (dipeptidyl peptidase IV). Read More

How to take enzymes at school

Here are our tips for enzyme success at school. Read More

Not just chicken feed

Every so often I go to www.pubmed.com which directs to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed, the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. Read More

Can you get a fungal infection from enzymes?

Can you get a fungal infection from enzymes? I recently addressed this question with a parent who had concerns about giving their child fungal-derived enzymes. Aspergillus allergies come in all sizes. Read More

Webinar now on our site: The Role of Enzymes in Autism, Gut Issues and Food Intolerances

Our recent webinar was a great success - thanks to all who participated. We recorded the webinar and have archived it on our site here. Read More

Sign up for our next Webinar: The Role of Enzymes in Autism, Gut Issues & Food Intolerances

Get ready to try enzymes over the summer - learn how with a free seminar from Dr. Devin Houston, owner of Houston Enzymes. Read More

Did You Know...? Tip for starch digestion

Some food enzymes work better in combination with other enzymes. For example, amylase is an enzyme associated with the breakdown of amylose, or starch, as known by most. Read More

3 reasons people love our enzyme packs

3 reasons people love our enzyme packs: 1. They seal up to hold a few doses of enzymes. 2. They fit in your pocket. 3. They are reusable. Read More