Vegan Formula for a healthy Gastrointestinal, Immune & Visual System.
Fortifeye has utilized the purest quality cultured enzymes in order to obtain the highest concentration of activity. They are blended with energized co-factors to further enhance their performance. Fortifeye Digestive Enzymes is a blend of full Spectrum, plant-based digestive enzymes designed to accelerate and support the digestion and assimilation of food.
There is much buzz in the media about digestive enzymes and probiotics today. The questions most people have is; what are enzymes? Why do I need them? Do enzymes help with Ocular health?
Simply, digestive enzymes and probiotics help your body break down carbohydrates, proteins, and fats so that your body can use the valuable nutrients contained in these foods.
You eat food, but your digestive system does not absorb food, it absorbs nutrients. Your food has to be broken down into base components from things like steak and broccoli into components like amino acids (from proteins), fatty acids and cholesterol (from fats), and simple sugars (from carbohydrates), and more importantly into vitamins, minerals, and a variety of other compounds. Digestive enzymes are primarily produced in the pancreas and small intestine to help break down your food into nutrients so that your body can better absorb them. When your body can efficiently breakdown and assimilate nutrients, you have more energy because more nutrients are available to it.
There are two problems that occur with your body concerning enzymes and digestion. One, after the age of 27 – 28, the body’s ability to produce its own enzymes declines. Two, the amount of enzymes and probiotics available in the average diet has declined sharply over the last few decades as pasteurized milk has replaced raw fresh milk, pasteurized yogurt has replaced homemade yogurt containing rich-in-nutrients probiotics and enzymes.
Our grandparents and great grandparents ate foods that were whole and nutrient rich—full of enzymes and probiotics. Today, the average diet consists mainly of highly processed, sugar laden, and lab created foods, which are dead and void of nutrients. Your body needs digestive enzymes to break down the carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
Other causes of low levels of digestive enzymes can be:
- Low-grade to Chronic systemic inflammation (such as that caused by “food allergies,” microbial imbalances in the body and parasitic infection, etc.)
- Compromised circulation
- Onset of Eye disease is of higher risk
- Aging has been associated with decreased digestive functions likely that you will not have adequate digestive enzymes either
- Chronic stress is a common reason
- Poor nutrition compounds the problem as record numbers of Americans suffer from a malady of health problems that are caused by low nutrient absorption
When your diet consists of overcooked and processed food that are heavy with sugar and that are depleted of any mineral value, your body will begin to suffer from the lack of fresh, viable enzymes and probiotics.
In response to age and poor diet, chronic degenerative disease can develop. Cancer, autoimmune conditions and there is a higher risk of the onset of eye disease such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macula edema, cataracts and even dry eyes all can have a relationship to enzyme deficiency and enzyme imbalance. This has much to do with your diet.
Many people believe the stomach is the main site of digestion and where food processing takes place in the body. In reality, most of the digestive action happens in the duodenum, the earliest portion of the small intestine. The stomach signals the pancreas to secrete its digestive juices, consisting of essentially three groups of enzymes. Ideally, the pancreas secretes about a liter and a half of pancreatic enzymes into the duodenum every day. Once food is broken down into easily usable fragments, it moves through the rest of the small intestine. Pancreatic insufficiency can lead to slow transit time resulting in constipations and poorly absorbed food nutrients.
Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) can develop if the pancreas lacks sufficient enzymes for digestion. This manifests often as bloating, gas, fatigue, and constipation. It has also been linked to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
If your diet is not filled with plenty of raw, organic vegetables, or if your body is not producing an adequate amount of digestive enzymes, it is a good idea to support your body and supplement the amount of enzymes and probiotics available for it’s use. When you take a premium digestive enzyme like, Fortifeye Digestive Enzymes, you will not only digest your food better and receive more vital nutrients from each meal, but Fortifeye‘s blend of vital enzymes and probiotics will work to systematically protect your body by boosting your immune system long after you finish eating.
Taking a high quality enzyme supplement, like Fortifeye Digestive Enzymes, will ensure your meal is properly digested. The focus of your body is no longer simply on digestion, but also on absorbing nutrients as the enzymes begin to work systemically—through the blood, which feeds every organ in your entire body.
Things you can do to ensure you are getting enough of the proper digestive enzymes and probiotics. Make sure you are eating enough whole foods and take one Fortifeye Digestive enzyme supplement with your meals to help your digestive system do its job.
By choosing to support your digestive health, you are choosing to support a strong and healthy immune system.
Suggested Usage: To obtain the maximum activity take: (1) capsule with a glass of water at the beginning of every meal.