When you suffer from IBD, UC, Crohn’s this can lead to a whole gamut of cascading problems which is important to be on the look out for.
Cascading problems such as:
- Malabsorption of nutrients, causing malnutrition (often undiagnosed)
- B12 Deficiency, which if it goes undiagnosed can lead to pernicious anemia
- Inadequate Vitamin D3 levels, leaving your immune system at risk
- Ineffective or low levels of good intestinal gut flora, putting your immune system at risk
- Bone Density Loss, Osteopenia, or Osteoporosis
- Problems with Concentration
- Improper Digestion
- Leaky Gut Syndrome
- Intestinal Permeability
- Extra-Intestinal Symptoms of Joint Pains, Skin Rashes, Eye Problems
- Depression and Anxiety
- And of course digestive issues of: Diarrhea, Constipation, Bloating, Gas, Cramping, Abdominal Pain, Distention, just to name of few of the many symptoms
Has your Doctor told you to be on the lookout for these Cascading Problems?
So, what can you do about these Cascading Problems?
1) By being proactive and being aware, you’ll be on the lookout for these problems before they occur
2) By being aware of these problems, you’ll be able to see the symptoms and know what they correlate to
3) By putting in place certain checks and balances, you’ll be in a position to assess these problems
4) By taking some simple steps, you’ll be able to pre-empt some of these problems
Now that you know which cascade of problems to be on the lookout for, what can you do to prevent them? Let’s get through each one, and see how to pre-empt them:
A) Malabsorption of nutrients, causing malnutrition (often undiagnosed)
B) B12 Deficiency, which if it goes undiagnosed can lead to pernicious anemia
C) Inadequate Vitamin D3 Levels, leaving your Immune System at risk
D) Ineffective or low levels of good intestinal gut flora, putting your immune system at risk
E) Bone Density Loss, Osteopenia, or Osteoporosis
F) Fatigue, and
G) Problems with Concentration
H) Improper Digestion
Improper digestion is a result of many things: not having proper digestive enzymes, and improper food combining.
The way to resolve that is:
a) to add some good digestive enzymes – by enabling the digestive process through the addition of especially formulated Digestive Enzymes – these particular digestive enzymes are complete, they contain all the enzymes you would need (many on the market, only contain 2 or 3 of the digestive enzymes we need) – which plays an important role in the class of IBD related diseases, and
b) learn how to properly combine your foods
Do you suffer suffer from any of the following symptoms:
Prolonged feeling of fullness ?
Difficulty gaining weight, or losing weight?
Constipation (often related to roughage and fiber)?
Undigested food in the stool?
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, then you may be suffering from weakened digestion. Continued weakened digestion may lead to:
malabsorption of nutrients (which could make you malnourished),
food allergies, intolerances and sensitivities,
and intestinal hyperpermeability also known as ”Leaky Gut”
DigeSEB-GI for Complete Digestion
DigeSEB®-GI is a premium, all-inclusive blend of digestive enzymes formulated to optimize digestion of:
- cruciferous vegetables,
- cereal grains,
- and other foods
- alpha and beta amylase,
- invertase, maltase,
- alpha galactosidase,
- cellulase and
- a complete array of protease enzymes,
all of which together, are designed to enhance the digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, while increasing the nutritional value of food and reducing the discomforts of incomplete digestion.
- Breaks down proteins, fats, carbohydrates and dairy products
- Relieves indigestion, gas & bloating
- Enhances nutrient absorption
- Improves overall digestive function
DigeSEB-GI is a complete and optimal digestive formula containing the following ingredients:
|Enzymes||How It Works|
|Amylase||Breaks down carbohydrates, more specifically starch, into smaller dextrins and sugars; produced naturally by humans, microorganisms and plants|
|Proteases||Hydrolyze protein such as casein, steak, gelatin, soy, fish and other plant and animal proteins into smaller chains of polypeptides (small proteins) and amino acids for easier uptake throughout the body|
|Lipase||Breaks down fats into essential fatty acids needed for healthy tissues and cells*|
|Lactase||Breaks down milk sugars (lactose)|
|Hemicellulase||Breaks down carbohydrates, including fiber and other plant polysaccharides|
|Cellulase||Breaks down carbohydrates, like fiber and other plant polysaccharides|
|Maltase||Breaks down starch into the sugar maltose|
|Invertase||Breaks down sucrose into the simple sugars glucose and fructose|
|Bromelain||A collective name for the proteolytic (protein-digesting) enzymes found in the pineapple plant (Ananas comosus); known for its digestive properties. A good substitute for animal-based, digestive enzymes pepsin and trypsin due to its activity across a wide pH range|
|Serrapeptase (Peptizyme SP® Brand)||Enzyme used by silkworms to dissolve their silken cocoons; A systemic enzyme which has been isolated, studied and used extensively for more than 50 years for its excellent fibrinolytic (fibrin-digesting), proteolytic (protein-digesting) and anti-inflammatory properties*|
|Papain||Obtained from the latex of the fruit of the Papaya tree, papain has been used for centuries as an effective digestive aid*|
|Alpha-Galactosidase||Breaks down complex carbohydrates commonly contained in legumes such as raffinose and stachyose|
|Amla||Also known as Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis); a natural, efficacious antioxidant, and one of the richest sources of absorbable vitamin C|
|Papaya Powder||From green papaya fruit; a natural source of papain and chymopapain, two enzymes well-known for their digestive and proteolytic (protein-digesting) properties|
Since DigeSEB-GI aids in overall digestion, it is contraindicated to use the enzyme without eating. Although it is not harmful to take DigeSEB on an empty stomach, it is simply a waste of money. If you take digestive enzymes too soon before a meal, you risk the enzyme becoming inactive. The food and enzyme must be in the stomach together for proper results.
“Thank you AST Enzymes for providing natural products that work!” “I am glad to be able to provide quick, natural solutions to my patients, whether they are dealing with pain, digestive…”– Dr. Novak, Chicago, IL
“The AST staff has been very helpful and courteous!” “I have been using DigeSEB-GI for over a month now. It really works effectively on getting the job done of…”– N. Novak, Hickory Hills, IL
Serving Size: 1 Capsule Servings Per Container: 90
|Amount Per Serving: % DV|
|DigeSEB® Super Proprietary\ Enzyme Blend: 300 mg * Amylase, Protease Blend (I, II and III), Lipase, Lactase, HemiSEB®, Cellulase, Maltase, Invertase, Bromelain, Peptizyme SP® (Serrapeptase), Papain and Alpha-Galactosidase in a base of Microcrystalline Cellulose|
|*Daily Value (DV) not established|
Where do I buy my DigeSEB-GI Enzymes?
You can get them here
Methodology to Eating
This simple Methodology to Eating system, actually layers the basic principles of food combining (some of which were derived from Dr. William Hay’s premise he devised in the 1920’s ) with anti-inflammatory foods. This powerful two fold approach now yields an exponential beneficial effect. And it’s called:
The Anti-Inflammatory Food Combining Guide.
The Anti-Inflammatory Food Combining Guide is simple, easy to understand, and designed to teach you how reducing the inflammation in your body will make you feel healthier, and transforming your gut into a happier one, through making intelligent food choices, and explaining how to combine different foods of different pH levels, which require different digestive enzymes, and are also different on the Alkalinity – to – Acidity scale.
Per Dr. Andrew Weil, “…It is becoming increasingly clear that chronic inflammation is the root cause of many serious illnesses – including heart disease, many cancers, and Alzheimer’s disease. We all know inflammation on the surface of the body as local redness, heat, swelling and pain. It is the cornerstone of the body’s healing response, bringing more nourishment and more immune activity to a site of injury or infection. But when inflammation persists or serves no purpose, it damages the body and causes illness. Stress, lack of exercise, genetic predisposition, and exposure to toxins (like secondhand tobacco smoke) can all contribute to such chronic inflammation, but dietary choices play a big role as well. Learning how specific foods influence the inflammatory process is the best strategy for containing it and reducing long-term disease risks…”.
Per the NIH, in their article on Auto-Immune Diseases and Inflammation, “… the classic sign of an autoimmune disease is inflammation, which can cause redness, heat, pain and swelling. … but in most cases one important goal is to reduce inflammation.”
To read the entire article, click here
Your friends will tell you ” hey, I noticed you no longer have gas…”
You will be surprised how much sense it really makes as it’s based on scientific facts.
Within a few days, you’ll be happy to get rid of:
– your lack of energy, and fatigue
– your distended abdomen
– your Acid Reflux
– your stomach aches and cramps
– your abnormal bowel movements
Personally I believe that anyone who adopts The Anti-Inflammatory Food Combining Guide, will reap important health benefits, and overall less inflammation in your body.
As far as the food combining, it is by far one of the most important factors affecting digestion.
I think it’s very important to be aware of these Cascading Problems, and specifically, Improper Digestion, so that you can be pro-active and to pre-empt further problems. It’s unlikely your doctor has made you aware of these.