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I think I have come to the realization I benefit from food but the appearance of blood throughout my time in my digestion - which is always upper GI based - and my undigested food is a function of insufficient pancreatic enzymes. My abdominal area gives me sharp pains in that area once in awhile.

Pancrelipase is very expensive under that name, so I suspect there may be an alternative that has Lipase, Protease, and Amylase.

I once recovered from all of this by eating extremely little and sitting around all day but... it left me after awhile, now I am back to it being a problem.

I can not get a good bacterial balance while I am still digesting my own blood.

Also it seems to happen if I eat wheat, typically, not sure if anything else can cause it. Excessive meat can, but we all know that is true of Type A.

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try fermenting


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I'm slightly confused - are you just looking for a supplement containing protease, lipase, and amylase?  I never eat without taking that stuff (and HCl).  Just do a google shopping search for "digestive enzymes".  I use a special formula made by a natural doctor I used to go to, and it's very expensive, but there are a lot of digestive enzymes available.  Doctor's Best brand is what I used before the ones I use now; I liked them.


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I got some by Enzymedica. They use a multitude of different amylase, protease, lipase and other enzymes. I bought them at our local health food store so I trust them more than say Albertsons, but I never believe that anyone else makes as good of supplements as NAP.

I actually went into deep sleep last night. It was amazing. I had some dreams too.

It appears to work for me. I am taking two instead of one but whatever... I could probably benefit from the prescription strength but I hardly trust pharmaceutical companies.

Summer is not going to allow me to ferment easily. I am however going to clean out my pickle jar and maybe do a run of garlic with some other vegetables.
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Vitamenzyme by Fairvital some of L.Hay's affirmations might help as well
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A slice of papaya with your meal will help with digestion.  I also use HC1 and Enzymes for fat digestion by Enzymedica.  


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