BlazešŸ”„Digest – Acid-Resistant Digestive Enzymes 2/4


We are NOT what we eat!

We are what our digestive systems can do with what we eat.

If we are not absorbing the nutrients in our food because of issues with digestion, then all our hard work and money might be going down the toilet! Literally!

We can not absorb nutrients from our supplements or food if we have lowĀ stomach acid,Ā low levels of enzymes,Ā dysbiosis, orĀ issues with the lining of our intestines.

Andā€¦ certain supplements enhance how we absorb the nutrients in our food (and our supplements).Ā So it makes a lot of sense to use supplements to enhance our ability to digest.

Benefits of Broad Spectrum Acid-Resistant Enzymes:

  • Enhanced Digestive Efficiency: Acid-resistant enzymes help break down various foods, including proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, especially when natural enzyme production is compromised due to factors like medication use, medical conditions, or damage to the digestive tract.
  • Support Under High Acid Conditions: Acid-resistant enzymes remain active and effective in the acidic environment of the stomach. This is crucial as many standard enzymes derived from sources like pigs may not withstand the acidic conditions, rendering them ineffective.
  • Alleviation of Digestive Discomfort: By facilitating the breakdown and absorption of nutrients, these enzymes can help alleviate common digestive discomforts like bloating, gas, and the feeling of food sitting heavily in the stomach.
  • Prevention of Nutrient Deficiency: Proper breakdown of nutrients ensures that the body can absorb and utilize these nutrients effectively, potentially preventing deficiencies that can arise from malabsorption.
  • Support in Breaking Down Difficult-to-Digest Compounds: Enzymes like phytase, betaglucanase, and xylanase specifically help break down plant-based compounds like phytic acid, beta glucans, and xylan which are known to cause flatulence and other digestive issues.
  • Improved Gut Microbiota Balance: In addition to adequate stomach acid, acid-resistant digestive enzymes support efficient digestion reducing the likelihood of undigested food fermenting in the gut, which can favor the overgrowth of undesirable bacteria and yeasts. Proper digestion helps maintain a balanced microbial environment in the gut.
  • Ā Reduction in Systemic Inflammation: By preventing the leakage of undigested food particles and toxins into the bloodstream, these enzymes help reduce immune reactions and systemic inflammation that might otherwise lead to various chronic health issues, including joint pain, skin issues, and brain fog.
  • Enhanced Overall Health: Improved digestion and nutrient absorption support overall health, potentially improving energy levels, mood, and cognitive function.
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Our pancreas is responsible for producing a lot of the enzymes we need to digest our food, but a lot are also produced by the lining of our small intestine. Our pancreas can become taxed or damaged by certain medications, alcohol consumption, and various medical conditions. The lining of our intestinal tract can be damaged by inflammatory proteins found in grains and dairy, antibiotics in our food, certain over the counter medications like ibuprofen among others, imbalances in our gut bacteria, and more.

Our digestion is all part of a connected system. If one link in the chain is broken, then it creates many problems downstream. Ever had your food feel like it was sitting in your stomach for a long time and like it wouldn’t move? This could be from low protease or pepsin. Ever had fatigue, joint pain, or brain fog after eating a meal? This could be from low levels of enzymes or dysbiosis. If you aren’t digesting your food, then there is a high likelihood that other opportunistic microbes will eat it first like yeast or ammonia-forming microbes.

This can create dysbiosis which is simply an imbalance of microbes in our mouth, esophagus, stomach, or intestinal tract. These microbes can create colonies called biofilms that latch onto the intestinal tract which can cause leaky gut syndrome or intestinal permeability. This means that undigested food particles, microbial waste, or other endotoxins can enter our bloodstream. When food enters our bloodstream undigested, our immune system acts the same way it would if there were a splinter or any other foreign bodies entering our system: it doesn’t recognize these compounds and attacks them as if they were foreign pathogens.

This can cause chronic, low-grade, inflammation throughout our entire body which can lead to chronic anxiety, depression, low energy levels, joint pain, skin issues, brain fog, and a host of other issues. The stomach acid is our first line of defense is getting rid of unwanted microbes in our food, and the second step is broad spectrum of enzymes.

The problem is that many enzymes on the market are derived from pigs who have a much lower acidity in their stomach which means that these enzymes break down under normal conditions in a human stomach. This is not good if you want the enzymes to actually work so we need acid stable enzymes. Now you might know that many foods contain enzymes that help boost absorption, but cooking and various kinds of processing can break down these enzymes.

Many foods like beans, grains, tubers, peanuts, and many other foods must be cooked to break down antinutrients like lectins. This leaves us with little to no enzymes left to break down these nutrients. This is why a broad spectrum of enzymes can be so beneficial like phytase, betaglucanase, xylanase, etc. These can help break down compounds like phytic acid, beta glucans, xylan, and other plant-based fibers that cause flatulence or digestive distress.

Now fiber is good for our gut bacteria because they love to eat that stuff, but fiber can also absorb our stomach acid and decrease the activation of pepsin leading to decreased uptake of amino acids from protein. Also, if our food is wrapped in fiber, which humans cannot digest, then lots of nutrients can be locked up in this fiber. This is another reason why chewing well is so important, but also why adequate stomach acid, a broad spectrum of enzymes, and the right kinds of probiotics are crucial steps in this puzzle of digestion.


Read the doctors reference sheet for BlazešŸ”„Digest.

Dosage Guide for BlazešŸ”„Digest Enzymes

BlazešŸ”„Digest provides enzyme support, which is also important for breaking down protein as well as fibers, and fats, improving nutrient absorption and helping to alleviate digestive discomfort such as bloating and gas. Optimal dosing depends on the integrity of your mucosal barriers and the nature of your meal.

  • Personalization is Key: Like with IgnitionšŸ”„Aid, the appropriate dose of BlazešŸ”„Digest varies based on your specific digestive health, the composition of your diet, and how you individually process different foods.

-How to Find Your Personal Optimal Dosage of BlazešŸ”„Digest-

  • Begin with One Capsule: Start by taking one capsule of BlazešŸ”„Digest with a meal. For meals that contain beans, nuts, seeds, nightshades, grains, dairy, or even just fiber, you will likely do better with more BlazešŸ”„Digest Enzymes. Try to keep the type of meal somewhat consistent when finding your optimal dose.
  • Gradually Increase Dosage: If there is no noticeable improvement in digestion or any signs of discomfort, increase the dose to two capsules at your next similar meal.
  • Continue to Adjust: Keep adding one capsule at each similar meal until you observe a clear improvement in how your digestive system handles these foods.
  • Monitor Reactions: Pay close attention to how your body reacts. The goal is to find the dose at which you feel an optimal improvement in digestion without any discomfort.
  • Find Your Optimal Dosage: You may need to experiment over several meals. Look for signs that your digestive efficiency has increased, such as reduced bloating, gas, or discomfort after eating.
  • Reduce if Necessary: If you experience any adverse effects, such as a warming sensation in your stomach or mild gastrointestinal upset, reduce the dosage by one capsule to find your ideal level.

Key Considerations-

  • Listen to Your Body: Itā€™s crucial to listen to your bodyā€™s signals. Adjustments may be needed based on dietary changes, health status, or other factors.
  • Long-term Usage: Over time, your digestive capabilities might improve, which could alter your need for supplemental enzymes. Regularly reassess your requirements based on ongoing digestive health.

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Additional information

Weight .82 kg
Dimensions 7.62 × 7.62 × 11.5 cm

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