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Some help on digestive enzymes

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2009/07/15 12:25:39 (permalink)

Some help on digestive enzymes

Im looking at getting some digestive enzymes as suffering from a fair bit of bloat and gas and have read taking digestive enzymes help alot. Ive been looking at the RPN gut health and also Now Foods super enzymes. With the Now foods product it says to take one with each meal but a tub will then last about a week at 90 caps. What dosage do people who use it take? The RPN gut health is 2 a day for 5 days then just one cap a day. 

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    PredatorNutrition
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    Re:Some help on digestive enzymes 2009/07/15 16:34:22 (permalink)
    I have found the Gut Health very good but by all means search for feedback on american boards. It is a very good product. Unfortunately it can no longer be made in the USA due to a licensing issue.



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    Re:Some help on digestive enzymes 2009/07/16 11:55:28 (permalink)
    Now foods super enzymes work brilliantly for me. Theyre quite cheap as well. You may also want to get some high strength probiotics by them called Gr-8 dophilus

    I only take 3 tabs a day of the now enzymes and i find this works well. They are aimed at people who eat three times a day primarily hence the dosage recommendation.

    The serving size means little when you look at the active ingredients in them. You can get both from ****, though be wary as you may get stung for import duty. Will still be cheaper on the whole.

    Also i do highly recommend Udo's range of probiotics and enymes from Savant Health.
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