What’s Needed For A Healthy Intestinal Tract

Digestion is the breaking down of the food you eat into components that can be readily absorbed by the body. Amylase, lipase, pepsin, protease, bile acids, lactobacillus acidophilus, bifidobacterium bifidum, & oil concentrates help support the delicate balance needed for a healthy functioning intestinal tract. According to the latest research we need at least one BILLION colony forming units of ACTIVE bacteria per day.

There are times when your body has a difficult time breaking down certain foods. This can be due to the inability of the body to produce the enzymes or the friendly bacteria it needs to accomplish the task or the overgrowth of unfriendly bacteria & yeast.

A healthy intestinal tract includes:

1. Gastrointestinal enzymes to assist in breaking down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.

2. Probiotics to support optimized digestive function.

3. Abdominal exercises to improve the core strength of your abdominal muscles.

4. Drinking filtered water to help flush out toxins.

5. Dietary fiber to move food and waste products through the digestive tract

About the Author Dr. Budweiser

Dr. Budweiser is dedicated to the belief and philosophy that the mission of the medical industry should be to assist people with attaining health freedom. With more than 20 years experience as a chiropractor and a 30-year history in nutrition and as an international speaker, he travels the world sharing his knowledge on health, wellness and abundance. As a neuro-musculo-skeletal expert, he is an expert in the human frame and wellness and has been wildly successful in using The Weiser Living concept to help others regain their health and wholeness.

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