Enzymes Part 2: What does amylase deficiency look like?

james-harris-306454-unsplashChasing symptoms is the national health pastime. We just want the itch/pain/annoyance to go away.  I think it’s great that many are looking for alternatives to pharmaceuticals, but many are also just looking for a more natural band-aid, to cover the symptoms, and are not investigating the cause.

Why? Because we might have to change something. Especially diet. I heard it said that it is easier to get someone to change their religion than to change their diet.

It is not as difficult to get a person to ADD something as it is to get them to stop doing something. Enzymes are relatively easy to add to the diet, but the benefits are enormous. Maintaining healthy levels are essential.

Have you seen the respiratory/allergy section of the pharmacy? It has it’s own entire aisle. The severity and seriousness of lung and skin issues seems to grow every year with new banned food items and other allergens appearing constantly. Amylase deficiency can manifest as histamine release issues like psoriasis, eczema, hives, asthma, and allergies.

Amylase helps the body break down carbohydrates. I love me some carbs, don’t you? Carbs are my favorite: Bread, rice, potatoes, cakes, cookies, pasta, that candy bar when your blood sugar is low. My body was not able to keep up with my demand for amylase.

I take an enzyme supplement from Young Living that covers all my bases to support digestion of proteins, carbs, fats, and fibers. I have seen huge benefits in my health. I hope you will investigate this little thing that could make a big difference in your life as part of an overall healthy lifestyle.

Published by Gwendolyn Christopher Rodriguez

I am a certified aromatherapist and PraiseMoves instructor.

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