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You don’t have to suffer from digestion issues like bloating or constipation. Find out how to reset the digestive system and boost your gut health.

What Are Plant-Based Digestive Enzymes?

If you struggle with bloating, indigestion, or other digestive discomforts, digestive enzymes can help. Nowadays, there are many digestive enzyme options, and they aren’t all created equal. Plant-based digestive enzymes provide many unique benefits that animal-based digestive enzymes lack.

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A1 vs. A2 Milk And Your Health

Milk is mostly proteins, 80% of which is casein. There are over a dozen different types of casein proteins. The most common are A1 and A2 beta-casein.

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7 Symptoms Of Poor Gut Health And What You Can Do About Them

Millions of people experience symptoms of poor gut health every day. These symptoms may seem normal, but they can be very unhealthy. Digestive issues, gas, and tiredness can worsen over time and often confuse us about what to do. And because your digestion is the foundation of your health, everything gets worse when it’s not working right.

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8 Ways Probiotics Benefit Your Health As A Man

Probiotics can benefit men of all ages because of their wide-ranging effects. While we all know that probiotics help maintain and restore healthy gut function, there are many uncommon and largely undiscussed benefits of probiotics for men’s health.

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When Is The Best Time To Take Probiotics?

If you are reading this, you probably already know about probiotics. These are live microorganisms, mostly bacteria and yeasts, that we can consume through food or probiotic supplements. Considering the immense benefits of probiotics, many of us have resorted to taking these beneficial microorganisms as supplements. 

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The Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet

A gluten-free diet may be difficult to follow, because gluten-containing foods are everywhere. For many people, excluding gluten can reduce inflammation and help with their pesky symptoms.  However, everyone has…

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What Are Proteolytic Enzymes and What Do They Do?

Proteolytic enzymes, such as peptidases, proteases, or proteinases, break down proteins[custom-citation id="ref-1"] by cutting their peptide bonds. Peptidases cut at either end of the proteins, whereas proteinases cut inside the protein chains.[custom-citation id="ref-2"]

These can also be broken down into two categories: digestive and systemic, based on whether they can be absorbed into the bloodstream. 

This article will focus on digestive proteolytic enzymes and protein digestion. To learn more about the inflammation-balancing benefits of systemic proteolytic enzymes, check out our systemic enzymes article.

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