Have you noticed the scales creeping up as winter continues?

Do you feel lethargic or unmotivated? Is there bloating in your belly that is not pregnancy-related? Then you might have the dreaded…Blizzard Bloat.

Named for its seasonal occurrence, blizzard bloat refers to the body fat weight increase than hits a large number of people when the cold weather comes. It happen for a number of reasons – browse this quick checklist of potential symptoms to see whether you have more than just weight gain-related blizzard bloat:

  • Feeling bloated within one hour after eating
  • Heartburn or acid reflux
  • Belching or gas within one hour after eating
  • Stomach upset by taking vitamins
  • Feel like skipping breakfast
  • Feel better when you don’t eat
  • Sleepy after meals
  • Fingernails chip, peel, break, or don’t grow
  • Bad breath
  • Stomach pains or cramps
  • Chronic diarrhea
  • Crave acidic foods (vinegar, citrus)

If you have symptoms above they may also relate to other conditions, but if there are more than a few above enzyme deficiency symptoms affecting your daily health, you may be experiencing Blizzard Bloat.

Enzyme deficiency – it’s a Gut Feeling

Anything you eat that is undigested becomes a toxin to your body, including healthy foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Undigested food begins to ferment and rot in the intestines and colon, this decaying process leads to the build up of harmful toxins which enter the rest of our body. These toxins can cause fatigue, premature aging, and numerous degenerative diseases. Most of us have experienced this fatigue after a large meal. Nutrient absorption is hindered by undigested food that has stuck to our intestinal walls. Digestive enzymes help break down this undigested food.

Early signs of enzyme deficiency are listed in the Blizzard Bloat checklist above – because these symptoms are so prevalent, many people consider them to be normal. However, they are an indication that the body cannot process the food eaten.

Digestive problems concern the stomach, intestines, colon, liver, pancreas and gall bladder.

Enzymes are essential for good health and weight loss

Enzymes and fibre are essential for proper digestion and elimination. Sadly, the typical diet is generally significantly lacking in these requirements. Fibre acts as a bulking agent and speeds transit time of food in the digestive tract. These actions prevent metabolic waste from creating toxic by-products. A major benefit of fibre is that it binds acids to bile and carries the bile along with excess fats out of the body.

Fibre helps to lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease, lower blood pressure, improve blood sugar, and promote the growth of friendly intestinal flora. It also promotes bowel regularity, aids digestion, and helps to keep the bowel clean.

Digestive enzymes can also eliminate other gut problems

Enzymes are proteins and are vital for all biochemical reactions that take place in the body. Without them the body wouldn’t be able to carry out it’s daily functions for digestion, skin & health. Enzymes can also eliminate candida and IBS. Supplementing the digestive system with Clinical Health’s Digestive N-Zyme Complex is beneficial and this may help in complete or near complete eradication of symptoms and perhaps possible causes of poor gut health and bloating.

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Keep it simple, every day

It pays to be aware of your inner body health for both health & longevity reasons as well as your appearance and fitness. Please see a medical practitioner if you have chronic anything, and consider getting to the bottom of your health issues so that you can feel your best with Digestive Enzymes.

Clinicals Health, suppliers of the Clinicals Health Digestive Enzymes, is here to provide support, information and effective product solutions for your inner health.

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