Digestive Enzymes (3rd Edition)

By Tracy Gibbs
(Woodland Publishing, Paperback, 9781580542043, 32pp.)

Publication Date: March 2012

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In the 1930s, Dr. Francis M. Pottenger found that cats fed a diet of primarily cooked food suffered from degenerative diseases, infections and weaker bone structure than cats that ate raw food. In this completely revised and updated booklet, learn what that study means to you Enzyme expert Tracy Gibbs, PhD, discusses how digestive enzymes, found abundantly in raw foods but absent from cooked foods, help your body extract nutrients from the food you eat. Learn about health problems linked to enzyme deficiencies, including allergies, obesity and osteoporosis and discover which digestive enzyme supplements can help you get more from your food.

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