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2019/02/04 01:45:57 (permalink)
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Digestive enzymes

Due to the stomach issues on tren. What supplements would you recommend for this ? And where will be the best place to buy them ?

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    Dumbat
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    Re: Digestive enzymes 2019/02/04 05:26:06 (permalink)
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    https://www.bulkpowders.co.uk/digezyme-tablets-150mg.html
     
    Also a course of these along with varied fibrous foods.
    https://www.bulkpowders.co.uk/pro-culture-live-culture-blend.html
     
    Going to buying these myself as I need to improve my gut biome.
    post edited by Dumbat - 2019/02/04 05:30:24

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    Re: Digestive enzymes 2019/02/04 08:06:59 (permalink)
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    I also use the bulk powders digezyme (along with fermented veggies). They've become a staple supp for the last year.

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    Re: Digestive enzymes 2019/02/04 18:11:08 (permalink)
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    Would one on its own be suffient for my reasons or What would be the superior supplement ?
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    Re: Digestive enzymes 2019/02/05 10:25:25 (permalink)
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    Difficult to tell with digestive and bacteria supps as they depend on an individuals gut flora (or what's lacking), as far as my limited understanding goes.
    You could try adding one of the popular supps, along with increasing your natural sources (sauerkraut,  kimchi, fibrous veg, yogurt, etc).

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    Re: Digestive enzymes 2019/02/05 10:49:16 (permalink)
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    For simple digestion the Digezyme supplement will work. 
     
    What symptoms are you getting that make you feel that the Tren is interrupting digestion? 
     
    The Biome supplement will help populate your gut with good bacteria , as Dylan says eating fermented foods will help with this, it just takes longer.  
    Digestive problems can affect our gut flora which then has a negative effect on just about every aspect of our health.
     
    So both would be a brace and braces with the biome product having long term benefits, while the digezyme hopefully helping with the temporary issue with digestion while running the  Tren .
     
    Obviously a diet rich in varied fibrous foods is going to help.

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    Re: Digestive enzymes 2019/02/27 21:41:06 (permalink)
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    I have had stomach problems for years and always struggled with eating enough but have recently started taking Now super enzymes and I would definitely recommend them!!
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