Coyote Browne: Will beet greens work the same as the beet root??
Linda Kordich: Dr. Bernard Jensen was a dear friend of my husband, Jay Kordich. Jay has always professed the power of enzymes, but we get them through our fresh vegetable and green juices. I think this is the healthiest way to get the benefits from the power of enzymes.
birage: Dr. Will Wong disagrees, and states that exogenous enzymes do not down-regulate, endogenous hormones will. I am not an expert on this, but there is a bunch of research showing that the body does not stop producing enzymes because you add them to your diet. Check out Dr. Wong's website for more info.
Dj solo: i just bought some, ibs sucks
imafuckinbird: It's only a bad thing if you rely on them and don't have an exit strategy. For me I was withdrawing from a bunch of drugs, but I radically changed my diet and began a healthy lifestyle. The enzymes kept my gut going while I was in a recovery process. Just don't become dependent on them, but they certainly work.
bill miller: Quick question here. I recently had chemo and radiation for throat cancer and am finding eating to be problematic, mainly digestion due to reduced salivary gland function. Would your advice in the video be a help to me as well? I had been considering the enzymes but ran across this featured work of yours and would like to avoid long term issues.
Loki // Raw Thought: I remember checking the literature before and it appeared that taking enzymes does not lower your natural production later on. Is there a study to back up what you're saying here? Thanks!
kartar singh: We need digestive enzymes in raw whey protein
Gilbert A Kiaha: Mahalo's for your video, super informative...
Gilbert A Kiaha: Question? Does drinking while eating recommended for a healthy digestive system?
need job: I don't want to have to take digestive enzymes but when I don't my stomach bloats really bad and I lack energy, but when I take them I feel better. I'm going to work on my candida and digestive problems and hopefully get myself off the enzymes
itsjemmabond: I don't care what anyone says, I'll continue to use my enzymes. For years I'd struggled with digestion, and yes, I did have a good diet, but I never saw the benefits, my belly was always in pain, I was gassing like crazy (Apologies for being gross), and I was always weak and anaemic. There were certain foods I couldn't eat anymore because after consumption I'd feel like throwing up; there was a time I would feel like vomiting immediately after every meal, it was a disaster. I'd take my IBS tablets as prescribed, but it only eased the pain. Even breakfast cereals were an issue - I'd always been a fan of high-fibre cereals, but suddenly I found that they were seriously bloating me, and to make things worse I felt hungry two hours after eating it...and it's supposed to be filling. The only thing I could stomach without stress was croissants, which of course made me fat. Finally, I decided that I'd had enough, and went to my local Holland and Barrett were I bought some enzymes...and I can honestly say that my only regret is not having taken them sooner because my stomach pain has disappeared, I'm no longer that gassy, I have more energy, and I sleep better. So there you go; if feeling better about yourself due to enzymes is one of those dangers, bring it on!
Vercusgames: I had my gall bladder removed. I agree the vegetables, broccoli, carrots, red lettuce help a ton. Also fibers such as 1 orange a day, and above all else maintaining a proper eating, sleeping schedule. I was on the digestive enzymes for a month, and it messed me up. Ironically the doctor misdiagnosed. It was my thyroid, not my stomach. I haven't had any problems. With that said, everyone is different. I honestly believe there are people who need their gall bladder more than others. Keep an eye on transplants. I'm certain in the next decade it'll be a thing.
Tony Boroni: I cant digest fruits like goji nothing at all its as iff it was not even eatin im extremely ill some things digest well while fruits dont digest well wat caseing this weat and porage dont do well meat and some vegetables have no problems.
nancy gomez: Thanks ever so much it means a lot to me will follow your advice once again thank you
Chandan gupta: Hi Jonh, I am 35 years old and i have been eating very low fat/calorie meals or last 1 year .I am a sedentary IT worker . I have fat accumulated around my tummy with BMI of 32. Can you tell me how to lose stubborn tummy fat and not to get it back . I walk for around 3 km every day. Thanks Chan
Maricela Olivas: -I'm 19 and i dont digest good haha
Lightsamps Living: Those foods ARE that bad for you sir. Good day.
Dan Szklanecki: This is bs. It is a fact as you age your pancreas does not release the same amount of enzymes at the age of 60 you will produce 50% less or more then when you were 18. Not saying everybody needs them. But if you are having undigested food in the stools there is a reason for it. Its called no or little enzymes.
Christian Thames: Research bromelain, it helps digestion and is known for super healing.