Digestive Enzyme recommendation.

  1. Digestive Enzyme recommendation.


    Hello I was hoping if some of you guys could suggest a affordable and effective digestive enzyme. I got a checkup (endoscope) and they said I had H. Pylori associated chronic gastritis. ( Side note- anybody ever have to deal with this, it kinda sucks.) I'm taking a Prevpac right now for the bacterium. I feel like I'm not getting all of the nutrients in my food. I feel like I've lost a little weight. So, I was hoping some digestive enzymes would help me break down and use the food more efficiently. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by clint3612 View Post
    Hello I was hoping if some of you guys could suggest a affordable and effective digestive enzyme. I got a checkup (endoscope) and they said I had H. Pylori associated chronic gastritis. ( Side note- anybody ever have to deal with this, it kinda sucks.) I'm taking a Prevpac right now for the bacterium. I feel like I'm not getting all of the nutrients in my food. I feel like I've lost a little weight. So, I was hoping some digestive enzymes would help me break down and use the food more efficiently. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Check this out:

    http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/r...-capsules.html

  3. a while back i was in the hospital for appendicitis and they put me on some pretty heavy antibiotics to kill the bacteria my appendix had basically bred but it also wiped out most of the bacteria in my small intestine. i took a lot of acidophilus and ate a lot of natural, unflavored yogurt and that helped a lot. You can get some pretty good digestive supplements like acidophilus for fairly cheap at GNC or vitamin world and probably online as well.
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  4. For extra protein, Combat powder has a digestive enzyme blend in it ans 2 scoops is 50grams. Should help you out.

  5. Cool, the only thing though, Gut Health is pretty expensive. The digestive enzymes I was wanting were for whole food digestion. Any suggestions?

  6. now super enzymes. You can get them at nutraplanet very reasonable.
    ôLord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life"- John 6:68

    WHAT has science offered?

  7. Doctor told me to eat pineapple. It had a natural digestive enzyme. I forget the name but it is also available as a capsulated supplement.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by reptone View Post
    Doctor told me to eat pineapple. It had a natural digestive enzyme. I forget the name but it is also available as a capsulated supplement.
    Bromelain Recently added to CL's OrangeTriad actually.

  9. I currently use NOW Super Enzymes and RPN Gut Health with great results.
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  10. Now - Super Enzymes? check
    RPN - Gut Health? check

    Sounds like everything's set. My friend gets no relief from inexpensive enzymes and she ends up buying high dollar ones. Just goes to show that everyone's different. I'd say start with an inexpensive one like super enzymes and if you're not satisfied with that maybe try a higher priced enzyme. She uses Digest Gold from Enzymedica, very pricey.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by clint3612 View Post
    Hello I was hoping if some of you guys could suggest a affordable and effective digestive enzyme. I got a checkup (endoscope) and they said I had H. Pylori associated chronic gastritis. ( Side note- anybody ever have to deal with this, it kinda sucks.) I'm taking a Prevpac right now for the bacterium. I feel like I'm not getting all of the nutrients in my food. I feel like I've lost a little weight. So, I was hoping some digestive enzymes would help me break down and use the food more efficiently. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    I has gastritis last year for about 6 months, mine was induced by eating terrible and drinking too much alcohol. Its one of the worst things I had ever went through. I lost almost twenty pounds. I got rid of it by taking protonix (acid blocker) and eating a completely natural diet. I dont consume any caffiene anymore and I keep alcohol consumption down to maybe 1 drink a month. Try to stop eating processed food also. I made huge sacrifices in my life but it was worth it. Good luck

  12. Cayenne pepper is supposed to help digestion. They sell it in pills......

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Bromelain Recently added to CL's OrangeTriad actually.
    That`s it. Thanks.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Bromelain Recently added to CL's OrangeTriad actually.
    absolutely. orange triad has a digestion complex

  15. Don't forget the importance of fiber to. It's the best digestive regulator and eat slowly and chew your meals well. Lack of fiber leads to many intestinal issues.
    ôLord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life"- John 6:68

    WHAT has science offered?

  16. beverly international makes a really good digestive enzyme.

  17. Try corn.

  18. i love RPN Gut health
  

  
 

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