Weight Loss

Enzymes are important for weight loss and maintenance due to their starring role in digestion. The enzymes in food, and the ones produced naturally in your body, assist many chemical processes that keep you alive and healthy. Enzyme production stays steady throughout our 20s and 30s, but may be reduced by up to 25% by our 40s.

Enzymes do a lot more than help you lose weight. They balance mood, preventing anxiety and depression. Eating a healthy diet and taking a supplement with enzymes   will keep you regular, control your weight and combat depression at the same time.

Enzymes are Important for Weight Loss Because They Keep You Regular

If your diet contains few raw foods and lots of processed or frozen foods, you may not receive the amount of enzymes, vitamins and minerals your body needs. Diets deficient in fiber, minerals and enzymes may cause you to become constipated. If you suffer from constipation on a regular basis for months or years, it will impair your digestive system. The enzymes in your digestive tract will be depleted, and you'll feel bloated and heavy.

Regular constipation causes fecal matter to build up in your digestive tract. This causes you to weigh more – you may be carrying up to five pounds of fecal matter in your colon. Poor digestion does more than cause you temporary discomfort. It makes you overweight and may lead to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), acid reflux (GERD), fatigue, anemia, or dysbiosis (an imbalance in natural gut bacteria).

Enzymes are important for weight loss and for proper digestion. If your digestive system can't break down food, you won't absorb nutrients (causing fatigue or anemia) or detoxify your body. You'll develop a sluggish metabolism and gain weight. When your digestion is poor, the food you consume won't supply your body with sufficient energy or help build healthy muscles and tissues.

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