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The importance of digestive enzymes is often times neglected. They are important in order to help you’re your system ‘clean’ in a way. This is especially true for protein sensitive A’s and carb sensitive O’s who might not fully digest these offending foods. Enzymes will help to break down foods you are mildly sensitive too.
Choosing an enzyme is not an easy task however. You may be sensitive to some ingredients in enzymes or a certain enzyme use (papin, ect.). This is not advice, per se; it’s more of an art. Finding the right enzyme is an art. Starting it and adjusting the dose is another art.
You need to try to discover exactly what fillers and enzyme ingredients are bothering you and why, that will help point you in a good direction. There are tons of enzymes, quality enzyme brands on the market. If one doesn't work, try another one.
A person cannot just start taking enzymes. Start slowly and build up. When you start taking enzymes, and haven't before, one of the first things the enzymes do, besides breaking up food proteins, is remove extra waste and debris in the digestive system. This can feel very irritating at first, as ulcers in the stomach or intestines may have some wounds cleaned out. Since enzymes help to break down some fungi cells, they cause die-off.
The benefit of finally getting onto an enzyme your body tolerates well (at least for us with multiple problem you can start the enzymes for a good month, and start adding in foods you are sensitive too, only pulling those back out that cause the major problems. If the enzymes break down food proteins before getting into the blood stream, then the immune system will not attack the individual amino acids and stuff. The immune system attacks unbroken food proteins.
However, enzymes cannot help more than a little with true food allergies, like if you have underlying celiac, etc. They are still helpful to take, but you would have to stay away from gluten no matter what.
So, what brands/types of enzymes and how you started taking them, can make all the difference. All these things are like little puzzles.