What do the experts say about food intolerances?
"Experts aren't sure why some people develop food intolerances."
Here is our view.
"...evidence strongly demonstrates an inextricable link between the pancreas and the gut."
European Journal Of Immunology
1) A poor gut bacteria composition seems to connect in a lot of research to food intolerances. Not only do good microbes produce enzymes for digestion, but when bad microbes from the gut colonize the pancreas it can cause pancreatic problems (microbiota-pancreas axis). This can cause a reduction in enzyme production. Therefore, we assume in order to help food intolerances the gut needs a lot more beneficial microbe producing enzymes that don't harm the gut barrier and a lot less bad microbes.
2) Intestinal permeability is how bad microbes are translocated from the intestines to the pancreas. The translocation of the bad bacteria affects the pancreas, which in turn may affect enzyme production.
3) Translocation of bad stuff from the gut to the rest of the body may cause and/or exacerbate inflammatory problems. This, in turn, may cause enzyme deficiencies.
"Pancreatitis occurs when digestive enzymes become activated while still in the pancreas, irritating the cells of your pancreas and causing inflammation. With repeated bouts of acute pancreatitis, damage to the pancreas can occur and lead to chronic pancreatitis."
"Pancreatitis affects digestion because enzymes are not available."
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Given how complex this process is that may be causing your food intolerances, what are the chances it is all resolved in less than 30 days by one product?
Here are your options:
1) Avoid foods that cause issues
2) Load up on the right enzymes for your needs for each meal in the right amounts
3) Spend the time and money to address the root causes so you can eat again
You can take our no obligation protocol quiz here to find the best place for you to start addressing the root causes of your food intolerances.
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