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The answer is in the first sentence.

Posted By: Stephen(A+)
Date: Wednesday, 26 January 2000, at 9:31 p.m.

In Response To: Uh, Stephen, I was asking about enzymes, not soy/Alzheimers (JPeter Owen (A-))

The answer is in the first sentence of the post. I will repeat it : (with regars to enzyme for A's) "I believe these MAY be important for A's following the ER4YT because soy inhibits trypsin (a pancreatic enzyme)." The rest was an explanation of why we need to take them (i.e. soy inhibits the release of enzymes and thus supplementation may be needed).

Personally, I take them when I feel I need to take them (i.e. if I get bloated, or eat "naughty" foods!!

Sorry if you got caught up in the "why" part of the post, but I feel it is essential to explain why I make a suggestion with regards to peoples health.
It must be that "left brain" thing working overtime!!


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