Enzyme Deficiency

Do you Have Enzyme Deficiency? Take the Test and Find Out!

Enzyme Deficiency

Enzyme DeficiencyEnzyme deficiency can cause or contribute to many common symptoms, especially digestive issues and the body’s ability to fight or prevent disease. In this guide we’ll cover how to test and recognize enzyme deficiencies, possible reasons for lack of enzymes, and the right enzyme deficiency treatment per the results of the enzyme deficiency test.

Enzyme Deficiency Test

How do you know if you have enzyme deficiency?  What does it actually mean and how does it impact your health?
Count your symptoms and find out!

Do you have these symptoms below at least once a month ?

DIGESTION

Digestive Enzymes break down the food we eat into smaller nutrients such as amino acids, sugars, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals which the body can easily absorb and utilize. Low levels of certain digestive enzymes or digestive enzyme deficiency usually lead to undigested food particles in the colon that cause many digestion issues and can even trigger an allergic reaction.

Indigestion, gas, bloating
Abdominal pain or cramps
Undigested foods in your stool
Floating/fatty stool
Foul smelling stool
Constipation, diarrhea
Difficulty passing stool
Food allergies, difficulties digesting certain foods
Acid reflux, heartburn
Blood sugar issues
Feeling tired after eating
Craving for certain foods
Have to eat something every 2 hours, otherwise get cranky or hungry

BODY: HAIR, SKIN, NAILS, MUSCLES & JOINTS

Digestion issues reduce the absorption of the food you eat. Overtime, this can lead to low levels of vital nutrients in your body such as proteins, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. Among the first areas in the body that show signs of these deficiencies are the hair, skin, nails, muscles and joints. You can tell a lot about a person’s overall health just by looking at their skin or hair.

Thinning hair or hair loss, lose of shine, unhealthy hair
Weak nails
Pale or unhealthy/dull skin
Rashes, eczema
Muscles or joints pain
Slow wound healing or slow recovery from physical activities
Body odor

OVERALL HEALTH

Chronic low levels of enzymes eventually deplete the body’s systemic enzymes leading to enzyme deficiency. Systemic enzymes are required for maintaining good overall health, supporting the immune system, tissue repair, organs regeneration, reducing inflammation, breaking down toxins such as excess yeast, mucus, allergens and more.
Low levels of systemic enzymes lead to various health issues with symptoms of high stressed body and compromised immune system.

Low energy and fatigue
Re-occurring colds
Candida overgrowth and yeast infections
Mood Swings
Malnutrition, minerals or vitamins deficiency
Headaches
Insomnia
Signs of premature aging
Degenerative diseases
Results:
Your Score:
Digestion Symptoms:
Body & Health Symptoms:


Remember your score and the test’s date in order for you to track your progress.

Naturally Boost your Enzymes – The 5 Golden Rules

1 – Take digestive and systemic enzymes

Multi enzyme supplement complex are commonly used as a part of the enzyme deficiency treatment and are very effective in restoring enzymes deficiencies.
Enzyme Deficiency TestVeganZyme ® is our preferred choice for a multi-enzymes supplement, and it has been a very important part of our protocol. The biggest advantage we see in VeganZyme has to do with its versatile formula.
With a total of 20 digestive and systemic enzymes, it can support the digestion of a wide variety of foods making it ideal for many different diets, cuisines, and health conditions. VegamZyme systemic enzymes profile is highly diverse as well, and is designed to effectively promote optimal levels of systemic enzymes in the body.
Most people notice the improvements from veganZyme within a matter of days, feeling “light” after meals, having more energy, less digestion issues and better bowl movements.

2- Eat more raw foods 

Enzyme Deficiency candidaEnzymes are naturally found in raw foods, such as fruits, vegetables and seeds, just as nature intended. When foods are microwaved or heated above 120 °F, the enzymes in them are no longer active. When we eat cooked foods, the body needs enzymes to digest and break down these foods, but since their enzymes got destroyed by the heat, it has no choice and is forced to produce the enzymes needed for digestion. This eventually depletes the body’s limited enzyme capacity leading to enzyme deficiency. For this reason, eating more raw foods is highly recommended. High enzymes foods include sprouts (micro greens), fresh ripe fruits, veggies and sprouted seeds and blue-green algae. As an added benefit – all provide additional powerful nutrients to your body as well. Need ideas or got tired of eating raw boring foods? have a look at our recipes section.

3 – Combine raw veggies and sprouts with cooked foods 

This will help to balance your cooked meals by increasing the enzymes content of your meals. Try to replace your cooked meals with raw alternatives or combine raw veggies with your cooked meals such as leafy greens. Restore Nutrients big salad™ or The Living Vitality Salad™ are great examples for healthy raw meals that are very easy to make.

4 – Avoid common diet mistakes that can deplete your enzymes

Processed foods and beverages have no enzymes in them and usually include many artificial ingredients the human body can’t even recognize. These foods are known to “rob” your body from its limited enzyme capacity, and are one of the main contributes to enzyme deficiency.
Another common diet mistake that can deplete your body’s digestive enzymes is bad food combination: eating foods that are not supposed to be eaten together such as fruits with oatmeal or meat with starches make the body work very hard in digesting these foods, and is a known cause of many digestion problems. Very easy to prevent once you are aware and know the food combination rules.
These topics are covered extensively in our candida diet experts guide including other common diet mistakes with healthy alternatives.

5 – Watch for food sensitivity

If you suspect that eating certain foods is causing you allergy, digestion problems or other issues, stop eating these foods and see if there are improvements in your digestion issues, even if these foods are considered healthy.
Pay close attention to common allergens such as dairy, soy, nuts, or foods that are known to be hard to digest such as beans, legumes, and fatty meats. Learn more

Special Considerations

Constipation or undigested foods in your stool

The main problem with undigested food particles is that the body can’t digest them properly. As a result, they stay in the body much longer and starts to accumulate in the colon. Overtime this waste buildup becomes drier and harder and sticks to the colon wall to a point the body can’t eliminate it through normal bowel movement.
This waste buildup can feed candida, parasites and other harmful organisms and creates many digestion issues such as constipation, gas, and poor food absorption.
Oxygen colon cleanse uses oxygen in the colon to detoxify and loosen undigested food particles and waste buildup so they can be flushed out naturally by the body.
Most people feel a sense of “great relief” that often comes with increased energy, higher clarity, a clearer complexion, and significantly better bowel movements and digestion, with many digestion issues such as constipation, bloating, body odor and gas greatly improved.

Overall Health symptoms

These cases are usually a result of an going state of enzyme deficiency and nutritional imbalances, where issues have evolved overtime with various body systems impacted. We highly recommend to get tested for vitamins and minerals deficiencies. Overtime, research has clearly shown that certain deficiencies that are very common such as vitamin B12 and vitamin D can cause serious health complications that can’t be reversed and may even become permanent.

Additional Tips

“Drink your food and eat your drink”

This ancient Chinese medicine wisdom may hold the key to perfect digestion: when you eat – chew your food until it becomes liquid and only then swallow… when you drink – swish your drink in your mouth letting it mix with your saliva.It is believed this is one of the biggest secrets to optimize food digestion. The logic behind it – digestion actually starts in the mouth; the saliva contains enzymes that break down carbs. In addition, chewing the food long enough sends a signal to your stomach to start producing the right enzymes.

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