Why Eating Food Doesn’t Mean A Thing

Simply eating food doesn’t mean a thing unless your body is able to break it down and absorb it. It is estimated 40 % of the patients who visit doctors do so because of digestive disorders. Those who have impaired digestive systems cannot absorb food properly. Certain foods are not absorbed at all! All the energy is used up trying to digest food. It might be why some people feel like taking a nap after a meal.


It takes enzymes to properly digest food. They must be present before any chemical reaction can take place in your body. Your life depend on the metabolic action of enzymes to aid in building new muscle, getting rid of toxins and releasing energy.

Indigestion may be caused by:

Poorly digested carbohydrates ferment in the system, creating gas.

Improperly digested protein putrefies and cause and toxicity.

Fats not thoroughly digested turn rancid and create pungent odors and poor cholesterol balance.

Undigested fiber leaves a wax-like residue in the small intestine.

In general, any undigested foods can be highly allergenic to your system.

Are antacids and ulcer medications the answer? Can they provide our bodies with nutrients? Do they help to break down protein, carbs and fat?

Natural Health Tip: Perhaps skillfully combining diet, supplementation and judiciously use of medications can provide a treatment program in overcoming dis-ease.

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