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Enzymedica UK

Do you want to improve your digestion?

31 January 2016 23:30

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Digestive related health problems affect approximately one in five people in the UK. If we can’t digest our food effectively, our cells are not working optimally, which leads to a variety of health issues including; indigestion, acid-reflux, bloating, wind, food intolerances, inflammation and fatigue.

People of all ages can benefit from supplemental digestive enzymes. These enzymes enhance our ability to get nutrients to our cells. As we age we typically make fewer digestive enzymes. Children with learning, behavioural, digestive or skin issues often benefit from enzyme supplementation. People who are sensitive to digesting certain foods such as dairy or gluten products can often broaden what they eat, when using a high quality enzyme supplement, because they are actually digesting the food properly.

Dr. Elizabeth Lipsky says “When working with clients I am always looking for the lever that will push healing into gear. One tool that I have found to be effective is supplemental digestive enzymes.

What are Enzymes?
Enzymes are catalysts that are used to facilitate tiny chemical changes for virtually every single chemical process that occurs in your body. There are thousands of known enzymes and each has a specific job. We use them to think, create energy, adjust hormone levels and virtually everything else. We cannot use a vitamin, a mineral, a fat, make or break down cells, or control blood sugar without enzymes.

Our body makes two main types of enzymes: metabolic enzymes and digestive enzymes. The metabolic enzymes run all our body systems. Digestive enzymes are produced in the pancreas and throughout the digestive system to help us break down our foods into molecules that our cells recognize. These enzymes are manufactured from proteins and need to be continually replenished.
Each enzyme works on a specific type of molecule. The main types of enzymes are proteases for digesting protein, lipases for digesting fats, amylases for digesting starches and carbohydrates and cellulases for digesting fibre.

Food enzymes are introduced to the body through any raw food we eat - such as a fresh apple or a green salad. However, raw food makes only enough enzymes to digest that particular food, not enough to be stored in the body for later use. Any cooking or processing of food destroys the natural enzymes - so it is the digestive system itself that is called upon to produce the enzymes needed to digest cooked food. This places a burden on our digestive system, which we can help by supplementing with high quality digestive enzymes.

Digestive Enzyme Supplements
Taking a broad spectrum digestive enzyme product such as Digest Gold - a premium digestive formula from Enzymedica UK - is an easy way to help our body more fully digest the food we eat, so it can be delivered to our cells in a form that can actually be used.
Enzymedica focuses exclusively on high potency digestive enzymes, leading the way with their patented and innovative technologies. Their supplements are 100% vegetarian with absolutely no fillers.

For more information contact:
Susan Warris-Liepa at Susan@tmcVentures.com
www.enzymedica.co.uk
www.facebook.com/enzymedicaUK
www.twitter.com/enzymedicaUK

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About Enzymedica UK

THE ENZYMEDICA DIFFERENCE
For over 20 years Enzymedica has been researching, creating and producing exclusive blends of plant-based digestive enzymes for digestive health and food intolerances. With exceptional quality and purity utilized at point of manufacture, Enzymedica is dedicated to providing enzyme-focused supplements at the most therapeutic levels available in the natural foods industry. Enzymedica’s unique, patented TheraBlend ™ and TherActive™ delivery technologies allow for up to 6 x faster absorption in the digestive system. All Enzymedica products provide immediate bioavailability, have absolutely no fillers, and are 100% vegetarian.

AWARD WINNING DIGESTIVE PRODUCTS
Enzymedica’s enzyme formulas lead the industry in quality and efficacy, and have a line of award winning products that have been honored by both retailers and consumers. Digest™ and Digest Gold™ are the two top selling digestive enzymes on the USA market place, according to SPINS, a market research and consulting firm for the Natural Products Industry.

EDUCATION, SUPPORT & INFORMATION
Enzymes do so much more than relieve the symptoms often associated with digestive distress such as heartburn, indigestion and bloating. They are the foundation to good health and have been called the “spark of life”. Enzymedica believes that knowledge has the power to change lives and is committed to providing education and research that propels individuals on the path to vibrant health. On-line training modules are available for retail owners and staff members. Digestive health questions will be answered by the Enzymedica team of health experts.

AUTISM HOPE ALLIANCE
Dedicated to digestive health worldwide, Enzymedica provides financial support and educational outreach to the autism community and beyond. In 2009 Tom Bohager, Founder & CEO of Enzymedica, founded the Autism Hope Alliance (AHA), a nonprofit organisation dedicated to raising funds for autism awareness and treatment.

TMC Ventures Europe Ltd. is proud to be the exclusive distributor for Enzymedica UK & Eire. TMC Ventures is an importing and distribution company that focuses on innovative, interesting and differentiated products - making a healthy difference in the lives of their customers.

TMC Ventures provides a boutique management and consulting service to American Brands that wish to gain market presence in the UK and Europe.

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