Digestive aids are so helpful as part of a Nutritional Balancing Program as most people today, especially adults, have low levels of digestive enzymes. This can mean low stomach acid or low pancreatic and liver enzymes, which can cause problems when it comes to digesting food. This is why digestive aids are so important as they assist the body with proper absorption and digestion. If supplements are not being fully digested, then more of a digestive aid can be taken for support.
Endo-met's GB3, in particular, is recommended on nearly every Nutritional Balancing Program from Dr. Lawrence Wilson. It works to strengthen biliary output, as well as helps with eliminating toxic metals from the liver. GB3 can also act as a parasympathetic supplement, in which its containing enzymes inhibit the sympathetic nervous system. This helps it to rest and rebuild.
The digestive enzymes contained in GB3 are:
- Ox bile
- Russian black radish
The combination of these enzymes is so helpful for digestive support. GB3 has the ability to help kill infections, yeast, parasites, and other flora that is not wanted in the intestines. However, if these are killed too quickly, GB3 can have the side effect of diarrhea. If this occurs, it is recommended to try continuing with GB3 in smaller doses, such as only half a pill each day, and then slowly work up to full doses when you can handle it.
If GB3 can still not be tolerated and diarrhea is too much of an issue, Dr. Wilson may recommend Endo-met's Enzaid in its place.
Enzaid contains starch and fat digestants, as well as proteolytic enzymes such as trypsin and chymotrypsin. It can work as an alternative digestive aid to GB3 but can also be used alongside it.
GB3 and Enzaid are both available in 90 and 180 tabs from Wellness Shopping Online.
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