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Re: Enzymes?
Jhan Views: 1,184
Published: 18 years ago
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Re: Enzymes?

Intestines have very few nerves to report pain. You need to be in major pain before you feel pain there. If enzymes or any food causes pain, you are intolerant to them and should stop using them. Listen to your bowel and do an enema went it struggles.

People are often intolerant to fruit, that is with severe cases of candida, which was my case, then ONLY Granny Smith or other green apple _ ONE A DAY-

Most cereal contain gluten and these too will cause allergic reactions.

Before you use enzymes and any other type of treatment, you should first listen a lot to your body and watch for your energy level after eating something, if it goes way down, you are allergic to something you've eaten.

if the pain subsides, you really should do colonics or (cheaper ) enemas, . Aloe Vera enemas would be the best.

If your stool are loose, you do not digest properly, but enzymes are not the only solution, a mix of lemon juice and salt 15 minutes before meals will work wonders (and no risk for your bowels) read How to Improve digestion on my Blog: //

Hope this helps

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