FeaturesOct/Nov 2012 Issue

Enzymes

Food intolerant? Broaden your diet with digestive enzymes

Many people with multiple food intolerances narrow their food choices over time in an attempt to control the ever-increasing number of reactions they have when they eat. Yet rather than shortening the list of allowable foods, their plan should include ways to increase their overall food tolerance. Digestive enzymes are one of the best ways to accomplish this.

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