Sunday, February 15, 2009

Digestive Enzymes, can you take too many?

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Is there such a thing as too much of a good thing?

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Of course there is.

What can happen if you take a supplement, a supplement that has good intentions, a supplement that actually does improve what it is supposed to improve... And you take it too much?

For the umpteenth time, I'm NOT a doctor, this blog is not purporting to make medical claims and it's not validating or invalidating any thing or anybody:

I think I may have taken too many digestive enzymes

I have missing teeth.

I *need* dentures and don't have them.

I've not been chewing my food enough (however that may be defined)

My intestinal tract is *tore up* (nice technical jargon there).

I have had gas pain, sometimes excruciating gas pain. It is NOT heartburn. It IS painful. My father, rest his soul, thought it a good idea to take digestive enzymes when we ate meat. I took them, I took too many of them (which is to say with every meal... no one held a gun to my head and said "take them every day"

I stopped taking them.

my pain subsided.

draw your own conclusions

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